Ahead of the kick off of Trinity College’s Summer Series, the support act for singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe has been revealed – and it’s a great one.
Monáe will be joined on July 3 by rising star and BBC Sound of 2019 nominee, Grace Carter.
Carter has been steadily carving her own path in the music industry as of late, releasing her latest single ‘Don’t Hurt Like It Used To’ to rave reviews earlier this week. She has also been added to Lewis Capaldi’s UK tour as main support, signalling a great year ahead for the Londoner.
Meanwhile, superstar Monáe made a big splash with the recent release of third album Dirty Computer, releasing buzzworthy visuals for her singles “Make Me Feel,” “Django Jane” and “PYNK,” giving fans an exciting peek in to the creative vision for her new music.
Monáe has also a successful acting career under her belt, with stellar performances in two milestone films, Hidden Figures and Moonlight; both films received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, with the latter winning the award at the 89th Academy Awards.
Tickets for Trinity’s Summer Series are on sale now, available from Ticketmaster from €56.