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Cabal to host mega one-day No Eircode St Patrick’s eve event alongside 25 Irish collectives

Cabal to host mega one-day No Eircode St Patrick’s eve event alongside 25 Irish collectives

Kelly Doherty

Limerick collective Cabal have been going from strength to strength over the last couple of years and are about to embark upon their most ambitious event yet.

On March 16, Cabal will be bringing 25 different collectives and over Irish 50 acts together across four rooms for their No Eircode extravaganza.

The Terrace stage will provide hip-hop/R&B beats for the evening with GASH Collective, GXRL Code, The RNB Club and Soulettiquette on the ones and twos before takeovers from PX Music (40 Hurtz, Aswell, Citrus Fresh, DJ Replay, GavinDaVinci, Hazey Haze and Krome) and Softboy Records (Brien, Gaptoof, Kojaque, Kean Kavanagh and Stephen Byrne).

The main room will play host to house, disco, Afro and techno. Sets will be performed by CABAL, DC FSLMan, Groovy Tuesdays, Pear, Select and Queen & Disco before George Feely and Brame & Hamo close out the room.

A techno takeover is on the books for the Sanctuary room with sets from Arcane Records, DieNight Limerick, Epoch Clubnight, Faint, Prospekt, Research, RoomTwo and Touch of Techno before the DSNT crew and Myler take over the end of the night.

Finally, The No Eircode Social Club will provide a much-needed reprieve for those looking to chill with downtempo and ambient sets from Born Sleepy, First Second
Label, Spirit of Lou
and Distortion and a closing performance from Paddy Mulcahy.

The location is secret as of yet but to get to the event, attendees must travel with Cabal’s travel partners from pick-up points in either Limerick or Galway.

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Tickets and return transport from Limerick costs €30 whilst Galway pick-up costs €32. Tickets go on sale on Monday, February 24 at 6.30pm and if Cabal’s usual events are anything to go by, they’re set to sell fast. More details available on the Facebook event.

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