Mariah Carey Announces Dublin Date And Sends Gay Twitter Into A Frenzy

The skinny legend's loyal fanbase literally could not cope when the news broke this morning.

Image of Mariah Carey standing against a curtain.

Mariah Carey – the best-selling female artist of all time, and ultimate gay icon – revealed this morning that she will be performing in Dublin in the 3Arena on May 22 2019. The Dublin date will be the first stop on the superstar’s European leg of the Caution World Tour.

Mariah’s European ‘lambily’ will be delighted with the newly announced dates. The songstress has also announced performance dates in Paris, Hamburg, Aalborg, Barcelona, Bordeaux and Amsterdam. Additionally, the skinny legend has secured a three-day residency in the Albert Hall in London.

Tickets for the Dublin date, as well as the European leg of Mariah’s Caution World Tour, go on sale this Friday, February 8 at 9 am both online and at Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

Members of the Honey B. Fly – Mariah’s official fan club community – all have access to pre-sale codes. Since 10 am this morning the Honey B. Fly crew have had first access to tickets, as well as the exclusive Honey B. Fly live pass which grants access to a subscription to the official Mariah Carey newsletter, special offers, contests and promotions.  

The queen herself shared the exciting news with her fans on Twitter this morning. She wrote:

“The #CAUTION world tour is coming to Europe and the UK!!! HBF (Honey B. Fly) fan club presales are starting now”

Needless to say, the news of the Dublin date sent the online lambily into a frenzy. One loyal fan revealed that they simply “couldn’t cope” with the news of the upcoming concert:

Devoted fans have already started to nab pre-sale tickets:

Another commenter ordered demanded that Mariah take all their money:

Others could barely believe their eyes:

Other fans used the announcement to demand justice for the singer’s latest album, ‘Caution’:

‘Caution’ is the chart-topping singer’s latest album. Iconic Dublin gay bar The George was selected as the official venue of the launch party last November.

© 2019 GCN (Gay Community News). All rights reserved.

Support GCN

GCN has been a vital, free-of-charge information service for Ireland’s LGBTQ+ community since 1988.

During this global COVID pandemic, we like many other organisations have been impacted greatly in the way we can do business and produce. This means a temporary pause to our print publication and live events and so now more than ever we need your help to continue providing this community resource digitally.

GCN is a registered charity with a not-for-profit business model and we need your support. If you value having an independent LGBTQ+ media in Ireland, you can help from as little as €1.99 per month. Support Ireland’s free, independent LGBTQ+ media.

0 comments. Please sign in to comment.