Shawn Mendes announces his first-ever Irish gig and people can’t cope

Amazing news for tweens everywhere as Shawn Mendes has just announced his world tour, including his first-ever Irish date.

The 18-year-old Canadian will play the 3Arena on May 30 and let’s just say fans are excited.

The star announced the dates of his illuminate world tour via iHeartRadio’s Snapchat account - as that’s what you do these days - before taking to Twitter to tease fans about the shows.

“This tour is going to be so different in the best way. New music a new production and all round an entirely new show. I really can't wait,” he said.

Tickets are from €54.65 - €76, and on sale from usual outlets on Friday, September 16 at 10am.

Under-14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Ah sure you know him, the man with the head? Well, he sings this top summer tune.

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