Stephanie Rainey is finally on the road. Photo: Miki Barlok

It’s Stephanie happening this time!

After the disappointment of having her highly anticipated tour postponed back in November, hardworking Cork music sensation Stephanie Rainey has finally hit the road.

For Stephanie, 2021 was a year of metamorphosis as she watched her first new music in several years be embraced by a new generation of Irish fans.

Singles like ‘No Cowboy’, ‘Ross & Rachel’ and ‘13’ blistered through the Irish charts, cementing her transformation from emerging pop star to established artist.

One of Ireland’s most-played female artists on radio, Stephanie Rainey has a combined 30 million streams and views across all music on social platforms and has shared spotlights with the likes of Imelda May, Kodaline, The Waterboys, Tom Walker, and Tom Odell.

Along the way, Stephanie has played her fair share of Ireland’s biggest music festivals, including Indiependence and Electric Picnic, has sold out Irish venues with ease.

She is also a record breaker courtesy of her inclusion in the ensemble Irish Women in Harmony, whose 2020 cover version of The Cranberries’ ‘Dreams’ has amassed over six million Spotify streams.

Her new tour, which kicked off last Friday in Whelans in Dublin, will see her play shows in Limerick and Kerry before the grand finale at St Luke's in Cork city on 30 April.

Stephanie will also reunite with her Irish Women In Harmony ensemble for a nationwide tour next month.