Even if you think you haven’t heard of Lukas Graham, you definitely have.
He’s the one that was seven years old once…
He’ll be bringing his show to Ireland next year stopping at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on February 25 and Belfast’s Ulster Hall on February 26.
We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky readers. You can enter our competition right here…
Born and raised in Christiania, an autonomous, artistic neighborhood in the centre of Copenhagen, Lukas Graham has already enjoyed unmatched success back home, where his raw and personal songwriting captured Europe’s attention.
Also known for a phenomenal live show, he’d go on to play countless sold out shows and earn festival main stage spots alongside his “boys” in the band, Mark “Lovestick” Falgren, Magnús “Magnúm” Larsson, and Kasper Daugaard, becoming the most popular live act in Denmark. That momentum has propelled this award-winning artist swiftly into the global spotlight, with ‘7 Years’ now surpassing the 250 million mark for total views on YouTube.
Classically trained with the Copenhagen Boys’ Choir, Lukas Graham has developed a distinct musical style that comes alive through the stories he tells.
Tickets for the Ulster Hall, Belfast are available via waterfront.co.uk