Jamaican dancehall sensation Popcaan, fresh off his collaboration with iconic British shoe brand Clarks, is now taking Europe by storm with a dynamic nine-date tour. This musical journey kicks off in Berlin, Germany, at The Metropol club on Sunday, marking the start of an exhilarating series of performances across the continent.
The tour sees Popcaan gracing the stage at historical and renowned venues. His itinerary includes consecutive nights in Paris, France, at the prestigious Salle Playel, an establishment with a rich 96-year heritage. Popcaan then heads back to Germany, performing at the Zoom Frankfurt, a venue uniquely adapted to accommodate the artist’s popularity.
Continuing his European trek, Popcaan makes a stop in Brussels, Belgium, at the esteemed La Madaleine. The tour then moves to Scandinavia with performances in Oslo, Norway, and Bern, Sweden, bringing his unique dancehall flavor to club audiences.
The Irish fans are in for a treat, as Popcaan is set to perform at The Academy in Dublin, a hotspot for music lovers. His UK visit, a major highlight, will feature a show at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse, showcasing his significant fanbase in the region.
The grand finale of his tour takes place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, with consecutive shows at the Melkweg, a venue synonymous with reggae and revered by music enthusiasts.
Amidst this musical expedition, Popcaan’s recent venture with Clarks stands out. The launch of the Unruly Wallabee Boot on November 10 marks a significant milestone in his career. This collaboration was unveiled through a captivating social media video, highlighting Popcaan’s journey to the Clarks factory in Somerset, England.
Popcaan joins the ranks of Jamaican stars who have previously partnered with Clarks, a brand deeply rooted in dancehall culture for over five decades. His endorsement echoes the sentiments of his 2010 hit single “Clarks,” a collaboration with Vybz Kartel that paid homage to the brand’s cultural impact. This tour not only showcases Popcaan’s musical prowess but also cements his status as a fashion icon in the dancehall scene.