NADIA Live Review at Omeara, London: Belfast-based artist is the the new live pop act you don’t want to miss 

NADIA is the Belfast-based pop artist on the rise. Admired for her catchy melodies, sonic portraits of young love and knack for irresistible groove-driven hits, the star is now embracing the live circuit and showcasing her talent to new fans across the UK. Supporting fellow Irish artist Lyra, NADIA entered the spotlight in several cities, including The Deaf Institute, Manchester, The Globe, Cardiff and King Tuts, Glasgow. We had the pleasure of witnessing the singer-songwriter at Omeara, London – and she didn’t disappoint. 

NADIA’s noteworthy set of singles have continuously impressed and charmed audiences, championed by sharp production and exploring the irresistible energy of club music to the melodic prowess of pop hits. Whilst NADIA grabbed our attention on record, her live performance and on-stage persona is something you truly don’t want to miss. 

Dressed head-to-toe in red, NADIA’s presence immediately grabbed the attention of the entire audience, as her commanding vocals poured out under flickering lights. Easing the crowd with her infectious smile and captivating movement, the artist poured divine passion into each number, painting her music in fluorescent charm. Diverting from breakthrough hits such as ‘Figure It Out’ to the anthemic, disco-inspired new single ‘Catch Me If You Can’, her captivating set took us through a voyage of self-discovery, the whirlwind of falling in love and the rhythmics of ethereal dance floors. 

NADIA succeeded in winning over the audience, who swarmed to the front of the stage as they anticipated Lyra’s set. For a new artist who has just embarked on her first UK support tour, she has already solidified herself as an eloquent performer and an exciting new live act to watch out for. 

Speaking of her experience on the tour, NADIA shared via Instagram: “Thank you so much to everyone who danced and had fun with me at the shows and to all who came down to watch me perform! I’ll never forget this experience and I’m so excited for the future.” 

Listen to ‘Catch Me If You Can’