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08th Apr 2019

Stevie Wonder to play Dublin gig this summer

Conor Heneghan

Stevie Wonder Dublin

A bona-fide legend of the music world, ‘Little Stevie’ is coming to Dublin in July.

Stevie Wonder has confirmed that he will be visiting Ireland to perform in Dublin’s 3Arena this summer.

The Stevie Wonder Song Party: Celebrating Life, Love and Music, will come to the 3Arena for one night only on Tuesday, 9 July.

The man born Stevland Hardaway Morris needs little introduction, having been a superstar in the music world since before he was even a teenager, following the release of his first album, the Ray Charles-inspired A Tribute to Uncle Ray, at the age of 11.

He has become one of the most iconic figures in the music world ever since, thanks to albums such as Music Of My Mind, Talking Book, Innervisions and Songs In the Key of Life and memorable singles such as ‘I Just Called to Say I Love You’, ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ and ‘Superstition’.

Tickets from €99.50 including booking fee, go on sale this Friday, 12 April at 9am.

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