Rock star and popular music composer Kıraç’s sole London concert date in 2024

Known simply by his surname, Ali Tufan Kıraç is one of Turkiye’s popular contemporary rock and pop stars.

Guitar strumming singer-songwriter Kıraç has been rocking fans for 25 years. He first came to prominence with his second album Bir Garip Aşk Bestesi (2000), which spawned several hit songs, including the title track, Gidiyorum, and Karahisar Kalesi.

The following year, he recorded an album of love songs, Sevgiliye [To The Lover], with pop star Funda Arar, extending his reach to newer and bigger audiences across Turkiye.

In the same year, Kıraç followed up with the release of his third solo album, Zaman [Time], cementing his place in popular Turkish music with hits such as Endamın Yeter, Gönül, Kan ve Gül, and Yıllar Sonra.

A new door opened for Kıraç in 2002, as he started to pen music for films and television dramas. His first was for TV series Zerda, which ran for two series between 2002 and 2004. Such was the demand for the show’s music that Kıraç released an album of songs from the drama.

Since then, the Göksun-born star has composed music for dramas such as Aliye, Unutulmaz, Binbir Gece, Bir İstanbul Masalı and Meryem, among many others.

For a while, Kıraç only composed music for film and TV series – his last album, Çık Hayatımdan [Get Out Of My Life] was released back in 2014. However, the rocker has returned to releasing his own music in the past few years with a host of singles, including Gel Sevdiğim and Melekler Ağlar.

You can see Kıraç live at Indigo at the O2 at the end of January. In the meantime, you can enjoy his biggest songs on this playlist on Spotify.

Concert Details

Title: Kıraç Live in London

Date: Tuesday 30 January 2024

Time:  Doors open at 6.30pm, event starts at 8pm

Venue: indigo at The O2, 205 Peninsula Square, Greenwich, London SE10 0ES

Admission: ticket prices range from £47 to £114

Tickets: available online via AXS – click here to purchase


Main image, top, of Kıraç live at Hayal Kahvesi Atakent, Istanbul, Nov. 2022. Photo via Facebook/Kıraç