Singular Artists and Mother have announced that Brazilian drag performer and pop icon, Pabllo Vittar, will perform live at Dublin’s Vicar Street on August 22. The gig comes as part of the performer’s Noitada European tour, consisting of nine shows spanning the Netherlands, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, and of course, Ireland.
Following their absolute takeover of the Brazilian airways with both their drag artistry and their iconic 2017 debut album, Vai Passar Mal, Vittar was launched to international stardom and is referred to as a “global force” by Singular Artists. Unlike other popular drag artists, Vittar’s claim to fame came without the assistance of appearing on an international spin-off of the popular drag competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race.
With over 35 million followers on Instagram, Vittar is the most followed drag artist in the world, resulting in glowing editorial coverage in publications like Rolling Stone, Paper, Vogue Brazil, GQ Brazil, Harper’s Bazaar, Gay Times, and many more.
Following their debut album, Pabllo Vittar has collaborated with the likes of Major Lazer/Diplo, Anitta, Charli XCX, Thalia, Rina Sawayama, Marina & The Diamonds, Lauren Jauregui and MC Carol. The performer sustained her popularity with follow-up albums, including Não Para Não (2018), 111 (2020) and Batidão Tropical (2021), with her fifth LP expected to drop in the near future.
Throughout their career, Vittar has appeared at festivals worldwide, including appearances at Coachella, Lollapalooza (Argentine/Brazil/Chile), Estereo Picnic, Primavera Barcelona/Porto and Melt Festival.
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Vittar’s appearance at Vicar Street follows up their wildly successful May 2022 appearance at Dublin’s National Stadium. Given the artist’s worldwide celebrity, Vittar’s latest Irish appearance is sure to be a sold-out event.
To secure your tickets before they’re gone, head over to www.singularartists.ie at 10am on June 2, when sales open. Tickets prices for the event will start at €28, including booking charges.
Learn more about Pabllo Vittar’s career, music, and upcoming events by checking out their Instagram @pabllovittar.
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