• Mitski Set For Dublin Return

    Mitski has announced her return to Dublin. The indie rock trailblazer will play her biggest Irish headliner to date at 3Arena on 4th May 2024. The show – which features support from the one and only Richard Dawson – marks her return after following shows in 3Olympia, Vicar Street, Tivoli and Whelan’s over the last six years. Fan presale for tickets starts at 10am on Wednesday, 18th October. Go here for more info.

  • Mitski at Vicar Street, Dublin

    A large white wooden door hangs in the centre of the stage. Five musicians dressed in black step into position. Mitski begins to sing a capella, her haunting vocals emanating from the wings while her band members take the stage. She appears dressed in long, white flowing garments. Immediately, the crowd are in awe. Beginning with ‘Love Me More’ and ‘Should Have Been Me,’ she circles the stage, frantically, as if searching for a lost lover. Airy organs float above a wall of sound, as a tight rhythm section cuts through layers of keys and synths. She races in a…

  • Mitski Announces Belfast and Dublin Shows

    Mitski has announced two Irish shows this summer. Taking place a couple of months after her sold-out show at Vicar Street later this month, she will play Belfast’s Ulster Hall and Dublin’s 3Olympia on June 12th and 13th respectively. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, April 7th, priced £35.50 and €34.90.

  • Mitski w/ EERA @ Tivoli Theatre, Dublin

    As Mitski takes to the Tivoli stage, accompanied by her four-piece band, there are shrieks and howls from the sea of caps and thick-rimmed glasses before her. Support act EERA have clearly warmed up the crowd sufficiently with their blend of dream-pop and indie rock. Aside from that, it’s clear that the crowd are not just casual listeners: they are fanatics. As the abrasive and electric opening riff of ‘Remember My Name’ rears it’s ugly head, Mitski remains stationary, with her hands behind her back, looking slightly upward. She appears powerful in this stance, proving that one does not need flashy…

  • Mitski – Be The Cowboy

    Given the critical success of 2016’s Puberty 2, touring with Lorde and Run the Jewels, and facing into an almost fully sold out tour across the US and Europe, it’s fair to say Mitski’s upward trajectory in the past few years has been stratospheric. Be The Cowboy, her highly anticipated fifth album marks a more mature direction in the New York artist’s – full name Mitski Miyawaki – sound, both musically and lyrically. Mitski seems to have taken a step away from the guitar and pop-punk sound her name is has become synonymous with. Patrick Hyland (who also worked as a producer…

  • Mitski Set For Dublin Return

    Having last played the city back in June last year, Brooklyn indie rock musician Mitski will return to play Dublin, at Tivoli Theatre, on September 22. The show will take place as part of a UK and European tour (no Belfast date this time around but considering the turn-out at the Empire Music Hall back in 2017, we’re not entirely surprised.) Tickets for the Tivoli show go on sale this Friday, March 2 at 9am.

  • Irish Tour: Mitski

    The mighty Mitski live at Belfast’s Empire Music Hall and Dublin’s Whelan’s. Words by Aoife O’Donoghue, photos by Sara Marsden and Pedro Giaquinto. Empire Music Hall, Belfast Photos by Sara Marsden Whelan’s, Dublin Photos by Pedro Giaquinto Fresh from her show in the Workman’s club last September, Mitski made a welcome return to Ireland this week, playing not one, but three locations; Cyprus Avenue in Cork, The Empire in Belfast, and finishing up in Whelans in Dublin. The New York-based artist has quickly grown to prominence and praise after four albums, her latest being Puberty 2, released last June, and…

  • Win tickets to Mitski @ Whelan’s, Dublin

    We have a pair of tickets to give away to Mitski at Whelan’s in Dublin on June 8. To be in with a chance of snapping them up, simple Like our Facebook page here and send your answer to the following question to info@thethinair.net: What is the title of Mitski’s ourth studio album? Good luck!