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When is Kendrick Lamar coming to the 3Arena and how can I get tickets?

By Roisin Cullen

Kendrick Lamar has announced a show in Dublin's 3Arena much to the delight of fans.

It will take place on Sunday, 13 November.

Tickets for the concert will go on general sale on Friday 20 May at 10am from ticketmaster.

Read more: Ronan Keating announces intimate Dublin gig and will perform Boyzone hits

His special guest will be Baby Keem on all dates and Tanna Leone on select dates.

Kendrick's 'The Big Steppers Tour' follows the American rapper's newest album.

'Mr Morale & The Big Steppers' has been met with fantastic reviews across the globe.

It contains 18 songs and runs for a total of one hour, 13 minutes.

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