Tate McRae Begins Think Later Tour in Dublin

Tate McRae came to play at her Dublin show on April 17th, and it was a beautiful start to her Think Later World Tour. With four acts and one encore, the rising pop star performed 18 chart toppers — including live debuts, extended versions, and one exciting outro.

Largely centered around her sophomore album, 2023’s Think Later, the Dublin show opened with a live debut of the titular track. And it was perfectly fitting for this chapter of McRae’s career. She’s only 20 years old, but the triple-threat performer has more accolades to her name than artists twice her age. And her incredible talent was on full display with performances of “hurt my feelings,” “uh oh,” and “what’s your problem?”

She went back and forth between brand-new songs and those on her first album, 2022’s I Used to Think I Could Fly. And it was a great compromise for concert attendees. Some fans have watched her since she was a child star dancing and singing her way to superstardom, and others are new to the party. But she loves all of her supporters equally, and it came through loud and clear with the Dublin setlist.

Between live debuts of “messier,” “guilty conscience,” and “we’re not alike,” plus more new tracks like “cut my hair” and “run for the hills,” she also snuck in a few old favorites. Who doesn’t love “she’s all i wanna be” and “feel like sh**?” All in all, these four acts were a testament to her changing artistry over the years, starting with the opening number and concluding with the encore performance of “greedy.” And McRae likes it that way.

“My sound is constantly evolving because my taste in music has changed so much in the past four years,” she told Cosmopolitan. “Right now, I lean into the pop world—especially at the end of last year. I'm trying to be a bit more experimental in the studio now and push my sonics with what I'm comfortable with, especially production-wise.” While happy with her perfectly Gen Z rise to fame, which includes top-tier pop songs perfect for viral TikTok stardom, McRae is also ready to see what’s next for her. And so are we!

After finishing up the UK portion of her Think Later tour, these Tate McRae concerts will circle back to the US this summer…and it’s going to be one of the best pop treks of 2024! Keep an eye out for shows near you and check out the full Dublin setlist here.

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Last updated: 26 May 2024, 14:18 Etc/UTC