Win Tickets to Rebekka Karijord – Unitarian Church – 19-05-17
We have a pair of tickets to give away to Rebekka Karijord this Friday (May 19th) in the Unitarian Church, Dublin.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question: Where is Rebekka from? [Hint: Answer below]
Email your answer to email@example.com, mark the subject line of the mail Rebekka Karijord Competition and include your name and day time phone number. All entrants must be over 18 and tickets are non-transferable. Closing date for entries is Wednesday the 17th of May at 6pm.
Norwegian artist REBEKKA KARIJORD has announced her return to Dublin on Friday 19th May in support of her acclaimed new album to perform at the Unitarian Church on St Stephens Green. Tickets €15 on sale now via ticketmaster.ie tel: 0818 719 300.
TODAY she gives a glimpse at the scale and power of the live show, with this video for the album’s title track, shot on February 18th at Södra Teater, Stockholm. She is joined onstage by Mariam Wallentin (WIldbirds & Peacedrums, Mariam The Believer) & Linnea Olsson with set design by theatre stage designer, Anna Heymowska
Rebekka’s Dublin concert on May 19th will be her first show in Ireland since 2013 when she performed at Workman’s Club following the release of ‘We Become Ourselves’ in 2012, named by MOJO in their Top 10 albums of that year. At the Unitarian Church on May 19th, Rebekka will bring to the Irish stage songs from her widely acclaimed new album ‘Mother Tongue’ including the singles ‘Home’ and ‘The Orbit’.
‘Mother Tongue’, released on Control Freak Kitten Records in late January, is a brave concept album chronicling the 3-month-premature birth of her first child and entrance into motherhood. It has received excellent reviews – “a brilliant, bold record” Belfast Telegraph, “a devastatingly beautiful work” The Line of Best Fit and a 4 star review from MOJO. ‘Mother Tongue’ is a fearless piece of work, largely written following the traumatic early arrival of her first baby. But it’s more than an album about childbirth. ‘Mother Tongue’ is about instinct, belonging and about finding one’s own emotional language – themes currently evident on a much more global scale.