Daði Freyrm is bringing his tour Part 2 to Dublin

The endlessly loveable Icelandic Eurovision breakout star Daði Freyr announces ‘PART 2’ of his headline European 2023 tour.

As well as making his live debut in Spain, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland, Austria and Slovenia during ‘PART 1’, this run of dates will see him visit nine locations in the UK alongside other European cities, including Berlin, Amsterdam Paris and Dublin, where he will play 3Olympia Theatre on 4th December 2023

Tickets from €29.90 including booking fees on sale Friday 12th May at 9AM

This exciting touring news comes alongside the announcement of the physical release of his album I Made An Album (vinyl & CD) due October 20th, following the digital release on August 25th.

Daði Freyr is also planning a string of very exciting performances and activations in the warm up to this year’s Eurovision 2023 final, where he will be performing a very special cover of a classic from a loved Liverpudlian band.

As for the eagerly anticipated Eurovision final on 13 May, Daði Freyr will be there to right the wrong of last year’s Eurovision final when he was unable to perform live, by taking to the stage for a special live performance to finally claim his Eurovision final moment.

Although the crown will never be on his head, he will remain long in the hearts of the show’s millions of fans.

Later this year, Daði Freyr will release I Made An Album, which comes two years after he won the world’s hearts at Eurovision 2021.

Part 2 of the album I’m Still Making An Album ⅔ will be released at the end of May.  With over 200 million streams, 2 global viral pop moments, sold out tours and even more iconic moments in the pipeline, it’s clear that Daði Freyr is only getting started.

Tour Dates

PART 2 (see below for Part 1)

20 November – Kaufleuten, Zurich

21 November – Les Docks, Lausanne

22 November – Le Traianon, Paris

24 November – O2 Academy, Bournemouth

25 November – Great Hall, Cardiff

26 November – The Wulfrun Halls, Wolverhampton

28 November – Corn Exchange, Cambridge

30 November – Rock City, Nottingham

1 December – O2 Academy, Liverpool

2 December – O2 Academy, Glasgow

4 December – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin

5 December – O2 Ritz, Manchester

7 December – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

10 December – Paradiso, Amsterdam

12 December – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels

14 December – Live Music Hall, Cologne

15 December – Zoom, Frankfurt

16 December – Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg

18 December – Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin


30 August – Drivhuset, Aalborg

1 September – Train, Aarhus

2 September – VEGA, Copenhagen

3 September – Rockefellar, Oslo, Norway

4 September – Filadelfia. Stockholm

6 September – Tavastia, Helsinki

8 September – Noblessneri Valukoda, Tallinn

9 September – Hanzas Perons, Riga

10 September – Lukiškės Prison 2.0, Vilnius, Lithuania

12 September – Palladium, Warsaw

13 September – Roxy, Prague

15 September – Flex, Vienna

16 September – Kino Šiška, Ljubljana

17 September – Locomotiv Club, Bologna

18 September – Santeria Toscana 31

20 September – La (2) de Apolo, Barcelona

21 September – Mon Live, Madrid

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