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Competition: Win tickets to see electronic pop sensation Slayyyter in Dublin

Electronic pop sensation Slayyyter is coming to Dublin for a headline show on February 11, 2024, and we've got a pair of tickets to give away.

The image shows a portrait of singer Slayyyter. She is sitting in front of a dressing room mirror surrounded with light bulbs. She is wearing a black halter neck bodice with diamontés across the cleavage. She has the back of one hand raised to her forehead in a fainting pose.
Image: @slayyyter via Instagram

Get out your dancing shoes, glue on the glitter and squeeze into your skimpiest hot pants because we’ve got one of the sexiest music competitions of the year coming your way. Slayyyter, the erotic electronic pop sensation, is set to return to Dublin on February 11, 2024, for a not-to-be-missed headline show at Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre, and you and a friend could be on their guestlist with our exclusive GCN competition.

Following the release of her highly acclaimed second album STARFUCKER, the sexy songstress has launched her world tour, and she’ll be giving us a taste of her raunchy live show in one of Ireland’s most iconic venues.

Hailing from Missouri, Slayyyter began her days as a college dropout obsessed with 90s and 00s pop. Splitting her time between sweeping hair off the floor of a local salon and crafting music in a closet at her mum’s house, she honed her unique erotic electronic pop femme fatale style. 

Through social media savvy, a clever sense of humour, and fire hooks, she made her way to Los Angeles, where she finally found herself strutting the Hollywood Hills.

Her combination of razor-sharp songcraft, inventive production, lusty underground je ne sais quoi, and cheeky lyrics have all combined to see her emerge at the forefront of popular culture.

Speaking to GCN about her STARFUCKER tour, she explained, “I’m excited to bring this show to the fans! I feel like this album is elevated from past eras and I can’t wait to bring it overseas.”

Slayyyter last visited Dublin in 2019. Describing how her style has progressed since then, she said: “I feel like I have improved so much of my artistry. 

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“My vocals have gotten better from so much touring, my style, taste references all feel more mature than they once were,” she added. “I feel like I’ve elevated every piece of me.”

Slayyyter concluded with a special message to her LGBTQ+ fans: “I love you all so much and feel honoured to play music and be a part of these spaces. My music is always going to be about self-expression and encouraging people to love themselves and be confident.”



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SLAYYYTER brings her STARFUCKER tour to Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on Sunday, February 11, 2024. Tickets start from €23.50, including booking fee and are on sale now.

To be in with your chance to win a pair of tickets to see this unmissable live show, simply answer the following question before Thursday, November 30, 2023:

What is the name of Slayyyter’s second album?

The competition closes at midnight on Friday, December 1, 2023. Winners will be contacted directly and shared on social media.

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