Tickets for Hayley Kiyoko, a.k.a. Lesbian Jesus, in the Olympia Theatre on January 29, went on sale today and sold out in a heartbeat! Due to the huge demand, an extra date has been added (January 30) and tickets are on sale now! We have two tickets to give away for her second date in Dublin.
The queer artist took to Instagram to announce that tickets had gone on sale, saying “I can’t wait to come back!”
Kiyoko will bring her Encore tour to the Olympia Theatre on January 29 and 30 next year, and will also play gigs in London, Manchester and Birmingham.
The former Disney star from Los Angeles became a queen of queer electropop with hits such as Curious, What I Need and Feelings.
It has been a huge year for the singer-songwriter, as she shared the stage with stars such as Taylor Swift and Panic! At The Disco, and also released her debut album Expectations, which was described by The Observer as “sparkling and refreshing” and VICE summed it up as “exactly what we need from a pop star in 2018.”
The songstress also won the MTV Video Music Award for ‘Push Artist of the Year’ in New York, and said in her touching acceptance speech that, “This validates any queer woman of colour that you can follow your dream and I love my fans! My fans gave this to us! We did it, 20GayTeen! 2018!”
Fans took to Twitter to announce their excitement for the upcoming gig, with one tweeting that, “The Hayley Kiyoko gig in Dublin is going to be the closest anyone has ever come to comprising a physical approximation of all the gays who have dated each other in Ireland.”
The Hayley Kiyoko gig in Dublin is going to be the closest anyone has ever come to comprising a physical approximation of all the gays who have dated each other in Ireland
— Rebecca ? (@rebtool) October 28, 2018
— L.H (@unfortunatelee_) November 2, 2018
— georgia (@georgiaareyx) October 30, 2018
But if you did not manage to get your hands on a pair of tickets, fear not, as we have two to give away to her Dublin show at the Olympia Theatre on January 30!
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