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Dublin Gig Guide: July 29th – August 4th 2019

Dublin Gig Guide: July 29th – August 4th 2019 Monday 29th No Vacation @ The Grand Social – 8PM   Tuesday 30th K.D Lang – Ingénue Redux @ National Concert Hall – 8PM Billy Bragg @ Whelan’s – 8PM The Ruby Sessions @ Doyle’s – 8PM   Wednesday 31st Bixiga 70 @ The Sugar Club – 8PM   Thursday 1st Uppbeat @ Whelan’s – 8PM   Friday 2nd Justine @ The Grand Social – 7PM Tommy Holohan @ Wigwam – 11PM Josh Wink @ Button Factory – 11PM   Saturday 3rd Beatyard 2019 @ Dun Laoghaire Harbour Leila Jane @ The

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Dublin Gig Guide: 25th June – 1st July 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 25th June – 1st July 2018 Monday 25th Beth Rowley @ Whelan’s – 8PM Tuesday 26th The Killers @ RDS – 6PM Roger Waters @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Wednesday 27th IMRO First Cut’s @ Abner Browns Barbershop, Rathmines – 8PM Little Steven & His Disciples of Soul @ Button Factory – 8PM Thursday 28th Roy Ayers @ The Sugar Club – 8PM Kris Kristofferson @ Olympia Theatre – 8PM Friday 29th Gui Boratto @ District 8 – 11PM Avalon Emerson @ Wigwam – 11PM Saturday 30th Mother Pride Block Party @ Tivoli Theatre – 4PM (SOLD OUT)

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Dublin Gig Guide : 8th – 14th January 2018

We’re baaaaaaaaaack! We hope you all had a great Christmas, hope the big red man was good to you all 🙂 and a Happy New Year! Not a lot to choose from this week but just enough to keep you busy! Kicking us off on Monday evening The Grand Social hosts the Bowie Birthday Bash with London Boys & Special guests. This 6 piece band are unique in the Bowie tribute act cosmos in that they focus solely on Bowie’s recorded output from the 60’s, from his Mod/R&B days with The Lower Third into the music hall material of his David

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Dublin Gig Guide : 31st July – 6th August 2017

It’s Friday! Which means we are back with our weekly Dublin Gig Guide! All the information you’ll need to plan this weeks nights out! With the bank holiday this week, there is so much stuff on over the course of the weekend that we will try to cover it all, we’ve got three different festivals and although they’re not as big as the major festivals throughout the country like Electric Picnic Sea Sessions etc. they are fantastic cultural events and with the weather being the way it has been this past month, hopefully the rain will stay away too! So

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