Popcaan Announces 'Great Is He' Europe Tour - May 2023
Dancehall superstar Popcaan has announced his European headline tour for 2023, where he will be performing his new album ‘Great is He’ for the first time. The 13-date stretch, produced by Live Nation, kicks off on Saturday, 6 May at Paris’ Salle Pleyel making stops in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and closes in Madrid, Spain on May 25th.
This will be the first time that Popcaan has performed his new album in full. The album will feature tracks such as the new single ‘We Caa Done’ featuring Drake. ‘Great He Is’ follows ‘Fixtape’, Popcaan’s 2020 project. Since then, he’s teamed up with Dre Skull and Mr Eazi for the song “Sekkle & Bop,” and released solo songs including “Skeleton Cartier” and “Next to Me.”
May 6 - Salle Pleyel in Paris, France
May 8 - 3Olympia Theatre in Dublin, Ireland
May 9 - O2 Academy in Glasgow, United Kingdom
May 10 - O2 Academy in Bristol, United Kingdom
May 12 - Poppodium 013 in Tilburg, Netherlands
May 13 - La Madeleine in Brussels, Belgium
May 16 - Komplex in Zurich, Switzerland
May 18 - Berns in Stockholm, Sweden
May 20 - Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway
May 21 - Vega in København, Denmark
May 23 - Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany
May 24 - Zoom in Frankfurt, Germany
May 25 - Sala Riviera in Madrid, Spain
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Popcaan has achieved global fame for his unique blend of Reggae and Dancehall sounds. His music has been propelled to popularity by clubs and social media, accumulating over 1 billion streams and 3.3 million followers across social networks.
His debut album Where We Come From received critical acclaim, and in 2014 he was nominated for a MOBO Award in the Best Reggae Act category. This was his fourth consecutive nomination, and he went on to win two MOBO Awards in 2015 and 2016.
As one of the most successful dancehall artists, Popcaan has managed to create a global career for himself, with collaborations with some of the biggest names in music across a variety of genres. From Drake and Jamie xx to Pusha T, Giggs and Matoma, as well as Wale, Gorillaz and Davido, Popcaan has demonstrated the far-reaching influence of dancehall music.