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Dublin Gig Guide: 14th – 20th May 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 14th - 20th May 2018


Monday 14th

Trad Session @ Mother Reilly's Bar & Restaurant - 9pm

The only place to be if it's a good ol' trad session you're after! Kicks off around 9/9.30pm and can have anywhere from 2-15 players!

Tuesday 15th

Snow Patrol @ Olympia Theatre - 8PM

Snow Patrol return with a new album "Wildness" and a tour around the Ireland, UK & Europe! They've already sold out a number of shows and the Olympia show is one of them!

Wednesday 16th

Ed Sheeran @ Phoenix Park - 6PM

Ed Sheeran performs as part of his massive Irish tour, selling out Phoenix Park is an amazing achievement but there is still a number of tickets for his other two dates there!

Thursday 17th

The Rolling Stones @ Croke Park - 6.30PM

The Rolling Stones bring their 'No Filter' tour to Croke Park which is their first in Ireland  since 2007! Support from the Mullingar 4-piece The Academic!

Friday 18th

The Magician @ District 8 - 11PM

The Magician makes his return to Dublin & District 8! After a very busy 2018 already, and a sell out show last time he played here pre-booked tickets are highly advised!

Too Many Zooz @ The Sugar Club - 8PM

Too Many Zooz is a music group based in New York, United States, formed by Leo Pellegrino (baritone saxophone), Matt Doe (trumpet) and David "King of Sludge" Parks (drums). They play The Sugar Club from 8PM!

Saturday 19th

Super Silly @ The Button Factory - 8PM

Super Silly met playing gospel in their local church, and they have fast become one of the key names in the ever growing and internationally acclaimed Irish urban scene. Support from King David & recent performers from the STC charity album SYLK!

The Minutes @ Whelan's - 8PM (SOLD OUT)

Dublin based Irish rock band The Minutes had to add an extra date after the first one sold out! Dublin's loudest Rock 'n' Roll train pulls into Whelan's for what's going to be two massive shows!

Sunday 20th

Don McClean @ Vicar Street - 8.30PM

Household name across the pond (not so much over here!) This will be McClean's first of a four night stint at Vicar Street! Tickets still available from usual outlets!