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Dublin Gig Guide: Feb 25th – March 10th 2019

Dublin Gig Guide: Feb 25th – March 10th 2019 Monday 25th Sleeping With Sirens @ The Academy – 7PM Fredo @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM   Tuesday 26th Catfish & The Bottlemen @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM (SOLD OUT) GusGus @ Button Factory – 7.30PM Tamino @ The Sugar Club – 7.30PM   Wednesday 27th Brass Against @ Button Factory – 7.30PM   Thursday 28th Steely Dan & Steve Winwood @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Hayseed Dixie @ Button Factory – 7.30PM   Friday March 1st The Stranglers @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM Advance Base @ The Sound House – 8PM

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Dublin Gig Guide: 24th – 30th September 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 24th – 30th September 2018 Monday 24th Arctic Monkeys @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Signal: Mobile @ Science Gallery Dublin – 6PM Tuesday 25th Straight No Chaser @ Vicar Street – 8PM Frankenstein Bolts @ CrowBar – 8PM Wednesday 26th Shania Twain @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Thursday 27th Alex & Echoes @ Button Factory – 8PM Julien Baker @ Vicar Street – 8PM Friday 28th Wyvern Lingo @ The Academy – 8PM Anna Calvi @ Tivoli Theatre – 8PM Three Trapped Tigers @ Bello Bar – 8PM  Saturday 29th Mano Le Tough B2B Amé @ District

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Dublin Gig Guide: 5th – 11th March 2018

At the time of writing we are still heavily snowed under and with a number of shows postponed last week hopefully by the time you’re reading this Storm Emma will be a thing of the past! Kicking us off on Monday is experimental Trad act The Gloaming who will be performing a string of dates over the course of the week and all of them are sold out! They are due to be on-stage at 8PM sharp! Tuesday night, we have Squeeze frontman Chris Difford performing at Whelan’s. As a member of one of London’s best-loved bands, the Squeeze co-founder

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New Music Monday – 26th June 2017

Kodaline – Brother The Irish 4-piece are back with a new single and album on the way. Lead single “Brother” is classic Kodaline, emotional lyrics and a well constructed chorus “Brother” ticks all the boxes. Grizzly Bear – Four Cypresses The third release off their up-and-coming album “Painted Ruins”. As Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossan says it was “Written from the perspective of a homeless man sleeping in a driveway of a place he was staying at in L.A., but broadened it to encompass his thoughts about a refugee experience and life through wartime.” Make of that what you will, but it’s a

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