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Competition: Win tickets to see queer alt hip-hop musician Skull The Pierre

Skull The Pierre will share the stage with F3miii and Callum Wall as part of the Platinum Pool Party in Dublin's The Well.

Skull The Pierre is sitting and holding album cover ahead of his Dublin show.

Swedish musician, Skull The Pierre, is performing at The Well in Dublin on Thursday, May 11, and GCN has four tickets available to giveaway to one lucky reader!

Skull The Pierre will perform as part of the Platinum Pool Party, which he’s described as “the pool party of the frickin century”. The whole event promises to be a fun-filled gig with a lineup of top-tier musical entertainment, including F3miii and Callum Wall. 

Skull the Pierre is a Dublin-based musician from Stockholm, Sweden, who is a self-described “professional homosexual”. He creates original alternative hip-hop music, and his voice and musical style have been described as one of the most unique on the scene.

His much-anticipated album, LABUM, was released in February of this year, and it immediately gained over 6,000 streams on Spotify. The record reflects Pierre’s experiences in Ireland and includes themes of “life, death, youth, love, the grotesque, and beauty”.

Thursday’s event is sure to be a memorable show since Pierre has previously performed in several venues across Dublin, including The Workman’s Club, Opium, The Grand Social, The Sound House, The Button Factory and The Bernard Shaw.

This action-packed evening will take place at The Well across from Stephen’s Green at the top of Grafton Street, and doors will open at 7:30 pm.

Tickets to the Platinum Pool Party gig are on sale now, starting from €11.40, but GCN has four tickets ready to give to one lucky reader. For a chance to win entry for you and three friends, answer the following question:

What is the name of Skull The Pierre’s latest album?

The competition closes on Wednesday, May 10, 2023. Winners will be contacted directly and shared on social media.

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