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Dua Lipa explores Irish countryside after Dublin 3Arena gigs

The British pop star (26) took the stage at Dublin’s 3Arena on Wednesday and Thursday night as part of her Future Nostalgia tour.
Dua Lipa exploring the Wicklow countryside

Dua Lipa exploring the Wicklow countryside

Neasa Cumiskey

Dua Lipa has shared some snaps from her travels in Ireland after playing two gigs in Dublin this week.

The British pop star (26) took the stage at Dublin’s 3Arena on Wednesday and Thursday night as part of her Future Nostalgia tour.

After finishing up her concerts, Dua took some time out to explore the Irish countryside during her short stay on the Emerald Isle.

She took to Instagram over the weekend to share some snaps from her adventures with her 82.5 million followers.

The New Rules songstress dressed up for the outing in a long-sleeved white graphic t-shirt paired with a leather waistcoat and baggy black cargo pants.

She posted some photos posing in the Wicklow countryside in front of fields and a waterfall, as well as a short clip of some sheep walking along the road in front of her.

Captioning the photo, Dua wrote: “Exploring Ireland.”

While in Dublin, Dua stayed at the five-star Merrion Hotel and shared photos from inside her lavish hotel room in another Instagram post.

And Dua wasn’t the only English musician to take to the stage in Dublin this week, as Ed Sheeran’s Mathematics Tour kicked off in Croke Park on Saturday night.

The 31-year-old will play the stadium in front of a crowd of 80,000 people for a second time tonight.

Before his Croker gigs this weekend, Ed hit up Whelan’s on Tuesday night and Vicar Street on Wednesday evening, where some lucky fans got up close and personal with the singer in the intimate venues.

Ed will later head north of the border for two gigs at Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast on May 12 and 13 before heading to Cardiff and travelling around Britain.

The tour will see Sheeran return to stadiums for the first time since his record-breaking Divide Tour which took place from 2017-2019.

It officially became the most-attended and highest-grossing tour ever by the time of its completion.


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