Due to demand, Becky Hill's show in The Academy Dublin has been upgraded to 3Olympia Theatre on Thursday 18th November 2021
All previously purchased tickets remain valid, all Academy will be located in the Stalls standing area.
After an incredible 2019, Becky Hill is now the 2nd most listened to British female artist on Spotify in the UK having notched up over a billion streams and 19 million+ Spotify monthly listeners. Her single ‘Better Off Without You’, (written by Becky and produced by Shift K3y), is the follow up to her certified silver Summer hit ‘I Could Get Used To This’ with Weiss and was added to Radio 1 and Radio 2 playlists.
Over and above the release of ‘I Could Get Used to This’, the past year alone has seen Becky release her ‘Get To Know’ project (which peaked at no.13 in the UK Official streaming Chart and has not left the Top 20 since), co-write and collaborate on hit singles with Sigala (‘Wish You Well’ which debuted in the Top 10 of the UK official charts) and Meduza x Goodboys (‘Lose Control’ which is still in the Global Spotify Top 10), write the Top 10 smash ‘All Day and Night’ by Europa and featuring Madison Beer, and complete a sold out headline UK tour.
One of Britain’s most in-demand musical exports of the moment who’s renowned for her irrefutable aptitude for writing chart smashing pop songs and her firmly ensconced electronic music roots, Becky Hill has an impressive string of hits to her name. She has written and performed on seven singles which charted in the top 40 of the UK official singles chart, including the million selling number 1, ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ with Oliver Heldens, gold certified UK Top 10 single ‘Afterglow’ with Wilkinson and club anthem ‘Back & Forth’ with MK and Jonas Blue. She has collaborated with the likes of Rudimental, Matoma, Lil Simz and more. And her songwriting skills have been enlisted by artists ranging from MK, Tiesto, Jax Jones and Martin Solveig through to MNEK and Little Mix, (which is no mean feat considering only 17% of PRS for Music’s registered songwriters are female).