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Dublin Gig Guide: 23rd – 29th July 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 23rd – 29th July 2018 Monday 23rd The Gaslight Anthem @ Vicar Street – 8PM Grace Jones @ Trinity College Summer Series – 6PM Tuesday 24th Il Divo @ Trinity College Summer Series – 6PM HRVY @ The Academy (Green Room) – 8PM Steve Earle & The Dukes @ Vicar Street – 8PM Wednesday 25th Rag ‘n’ Bone Man @ Trinity College Summer Series – 6PM Galway Street Club @ Whelan’s – 8PM Thursday 26th Jerry Dammers Dee Jay Night @ Whelan’s – 8PM Keywest @ Leopardstown Festival – 6PM Friday 27th Knockanstockan @ Blessington Circles: Day

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Dublin Gig Guide: May 28th – June 3rd 2018

Monday 28th Father John Misty @ Vicar Street – 8PM Broken Social Scene @ Tivoli Theatre – 7.30PM 5 Seconds Of Summer @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Tuesday 29th Blue Rose Code @ Whelan’s – 8PM Ezra Furman @ Tivoli Theatre – 7.30PM   Wednesday 30th 30 Seconds to Mars @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Thursday 31st Hermitage Green @ Whelan’s – 8PM Yungblud @ Whelan’s (Upstairs) – 8PM Sam Smith @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM   Friday 1st June Christian Smith & Cristain Varela @ Button Factory – 11PM Saturday 2nd Forbidden Fruit @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham Sunday 3rd

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Dublin Gig Guide : 10th – 16th of July 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 10th – 16th July As the Summer months continue we are spoilt for choice with the eclectic selection of gigs on! With Longitude in Marley Park just around the corner an Electric Picnic creeping up as well, we have to get the Trinity College Summer Series Gigs out of the way first! We had Gregory Porter playing last night to kick them off, and we have Jame Vincent McMorrow performing tonight, Bell X1 tomorrow and Pixies closing out the weekend on Sunday night! They continue into next week too with Two Door Cinema Club performing on

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Dublin Gig Guide : 3rd – 9th July 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 3rd Р9th July 2017 Last week was a big one regarding festivals with Glastonbury taking place over in England! It really was a spectacle, as Ed Sheeran amazed a packed out crowd with his one man performance that included people being very confused by him using a loop pedal.  Radiohead, The XX, The National, even the leader of the Labour Party in the UK, Jeremy Corbyn was on-stage for a speech! It was a fantastic weekend all around. Over on our shores however we had Sea Sessions up in one of the best surfing spots in

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