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December 17, 2023

THE ASHA ARI AFFAIR

CANCELLED

Where
Upstairs
When
Dec 17, 2023 @ 8:00pm
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UNFORTUNATELY, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED


TICKET HOLDERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EMAIL

SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED




ALAYEX presents

THE ASHA ARI AFFAIR


An intimate, uplifting evening of honesty, joy and empowerment led by an all-female line up

Whelan’s Upstairs • Sun 17th December 2023




Asha Ari brings you…

“The Asha Ari Affair”, a soulful, healing and intimate evening.

Asha Ari, a staple on the Irish music scene, is nothing short of a powerhouse. Half Ghanaian and half Irish, she has been actively performing since her teens. Her music combines elements of Pop, Soul and RnB. Her songwriting inspirations stem from growing up bi-racial, self-love, self-belief, spreading positivity and being true to oneself.

Her vocal prowess and unique sound do what music should: transcend borders and boundaries. Earlier this year, she released “God’s Hands” with Aziz Ozouss, a wonderful fusion of Irish and Moroccan musical styles.

The Asha Ari Affair will follow Asha Ari’s journey bringing us to where she stands today. It is a celebration of her identity, her artistry, her roots.

The show is an invitation to join her as she shares her story from the very beginning: about growing up in Ireland, being a woman, a mixed race woman and an artist. The joys, the challenges, the in betweens. She will be performing her songs from day one to today, including unreleased tracks.

Anyone who has seen Asha Ari perform walks away with the same impression, her music overflowing with empowerment, honesty and vulnerability, brings people together.

The Asha Ari Affair is us coming together to celebrate her, ourselves and each other.

Presented by: Alayex Management
Creative Direction: Ayesha aka shaéirah

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TICKETS


€16.50 available online from Whelan’s – 50c per ticket service charge applies.

Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required