Phoebe Bridgers’ Band boygenius Are Coming To Dublin

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Keep calm and set your alarms, boygenius are coming to Ireland.

Not familiar with the group? They are Phoebe Bridgers’ band, made up of herself and two other singers Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus.

The trio are talented artists in their own right but together they are a supergroup who bring just as amazing music to fans. boygenius recently announced their long-awaited return with the release of three singles from their upcoming album, the record: ‘$20’, ‘Emily I’m Sorry’, and ‘True Blue’, and now, they are going on tour.

Ireland is a location on their schedule and they will be playing Royal Hospital Kilmainham on August 28th.

Tickets are going on sale on Friday March 31st at 12pm via


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The group released their first EP in 2018 and fans ate it up, calling for more from the group ever since. Now, they have an album and a tour and solo projects on the side, there’s no stopping this gang.

This is the band’s first show in Dublin but not Phoebe’s first visit to Ireland.

She spent Christmas here in 2021 when she was with her now ex Paul Mescal, the pair spent time with Paul’s family and were rumoured to be looking at houses.

The couple, who were rumoured to be engaged split towards the end of 2022.

Fans think that Phoebe hinted at the break up in a recent collab with SZA for the track Ghost in the Machine.

With the lyrics reading: “You said all of my friends are on my payroll / You’re not wrong, you’re an a–hole,”

“Screaming at you in the Ludlow / I was yours for free,” and “on my own in an airport bar or hotel lobby.”

Now we know what your thinking, “SZA’s masterpiece of an album was just released, the song has to have been written months ago!” Well, nope. Phoebe confirmed the song was written just a week before the release meaning they worked on it at the end of November, reportedly around the time of the split.

Will Paul references be made during their Dublin show? We’ll have to wait and see!


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