SPECIAL GUESTS ADDED: Cian Ducrot with Special Guests Lyra & Kingfishr

After watching his debut album Victory soar to the top of the albums chart in both Ireland and the UK, and seeing his biggest Irish tour to date sell out in a matter of minutes, Cork pop singer-songwriter Cian Ducrot is set to headline St. Anne’s Park in Dublin on Friday 7th June 2024.

Today, it’s been announced that fellow Cork pop sensation Lyra and fast-rising Limerick-based trio Kingfishr are set to join Cian as very special guests on the night.

Tickets from €49.90 including booking fees on sale now from Ticketmaster.ie

Raised in Cork, Cian was surrounded by music growing up and soon excelled himself, learning piano, classical guitar, saxophone, percussion, drums, violin and the flute. He studied at London’s Royal Academy of Music from the age of nine and soon felt split between his classical training and his desire to make pop music.

He continued his studies while writing songs and posting on social media, but his mind was made up following a successful songwriting camp in Los Angeles. The deciding factor between the two worlds was the ability that a pop artist has to connect with their audience- and that remains a big aspect of his artistry to this day.

He was far from an overnight success, however, often borrowing money, busking, surfing sofas and taking on random jobs to fund writing trips to London and LA.

His first breakthrough on TikTok led to his debut EP Make Believe and he grew in stature with every release, especially when ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ and‘ All For You’ completed his journey from pub gigs in Cork to the upper reaches of the charts. And there’s a lot more to come, beginning with ‘Part of Me’ and ‘Victory’.

Cian is also in growing demand as a collaborator, most recently featuring on Libianca’s ‘People’ remix. He was invited toco-write with SZA in Los Angeles, the resulting song set to be released in the future, and he also co-wrote Lauren Spencer-Smith’s global hit and UK Top 20 single ‘Flowers’.