As shared last week, SILO is a new 3,500 capacity electronic music event space coming in Dublin and opening in October, inspired by Printworks and Warehouse Project.
SILO already has some big dance brands and artists lined up for its first season with Elrow returning to Dublin for its first party in five years (previously it took place in the District 8 space in the Tivoli), Defected Records will host a night, their first since last year’s event at Naas Racecourse, while Kerri Chandler & Vintage Culture who will each host their own curated nights in the new space, alongside an appearance from Claptone.
Boiler Room is the first night to be announced and on sale now, with the global streaming platform coming to Dublin for the first time in a while.
Boiler Room have hosted live sets with Jameson in Dublin as recently as 2021 and had a non-broadcasted Irish tour in 2019, but this is the first proper one since Jam Park in 2020, so three years.
It’s a full techno lineup.:
- Sunil Sharpe
- Yasmin Gardezi
- Tommy Holohan
Boiler Room takes place on Sunday October 29th from 4pm to 11pm @ the RDS.
Presale tickets are on sale now on Ticketmaster priced from a hefty enough €59.85 plus fees for the first release, rising to €65.70 plus fees.
Presales gone, general tickets are on sale tomorrow Friday September 8th at 9am.
Here’s a look at some of the Boiler Room sets recorded in Dublin over the years.
You can watch most of the sets recorded in Dublin back to 2015 on the Boiler Room Site.
Also recommended: Moving Still’s Boiler Room debut live from London