Following two sold-out shows in The Academy last year, Atlanta singer-songwriter Teddy Swims announces his Summer 2023 international tour which includes a return to Dublin to play in the 3Olympia Theatre on 17th July 2023.
Tickets €29.90 including booking fees on sale Friday 17th March at 10AM
The announcement arrives after a banner year for Teddy. On the heels of his recent EPs Sleep Is Exhausting and Tough Love, the vocal powerhouse teamed up with Armin van Buuren and Matoma for the soaring dance anthem “Easy to Love” earlier this year.
2022 saw him perform “Don’t Stop Believin’” on America’s Got Talent with season 14 winner Kodi Lee, as well as Journey guitarist Neal Schon. He also lent his powerful pipes to ILLENIUM’s “All That Really Matters,” Meghan Trainor’s “Bad For Me,” and MK & Burns’ “Better.”
It’s a must-see as Swims takes his showstopping live show across the globe in 2023, showcasing his signature eclectic style on stage. More to come soon from Teddy Swims.
ABOUT TEDDY SWIMS:
The Atlanta native, born Jaten Dimsdale, has been tugging at heartstrings since posting a series of covers from his bedroom studio in 2019, which generated hundreds of millions of views and scored him a deal with Warner Records. Teddy changed his focus to introspective originals on 2020’s Unlearning EP, garnering praise from American Songwriter, Billboard, and Rolling Stone, who named him an artist to watch in 2021. Soon thereafter, performances on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Today, and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and opening for Zac Brown Band’s Summer arena tour cemented his status as a rising star. 2022 marked a banner year for Teddy with the release of his two latest EPs,Tough Love and Sleep is Exhausting, a number of notable collaborations, performances on Ellen, The Late Late Show With James Corden, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and his Tough Love headline world tour. With more than 800 million global streams to his credit, as well as a social following that exceeds 10 million, Teddy’s songs of devotion have clearly connected.