An easy catch-up guide to new gigs announced in the past week.
Washed Out plays Button Factory on Sunday 27th October 2013. Doors are at Midnight and tickets are €20 plus fees available from Ticketmaster and usual outlets.
James Vincent McMorrow announced one National Concert Hall gig for next February after revealing details of his new album Post Tropical. Surprise! There’s another gig on Feb 5th on sale now. Tickets €30 from the NCH site. Album trailer.
Thursday November 7 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
Friday November 8 – Dolans, Limerick
Saturday November 9 – The Pavilion, Cork
Thursday November 14 – The Spirit Store, Dundalk
Friday November 15 – Gigstarter public choice.
Saturday November 16 – The Workman’s, Dublin
As you may have noticed, as part of the tour, FMC are asking fans to use Gigstarter to determine where the audience want the bands above on November 15th. Tickets are just €10 for all shows go on sale now on entertainment.ie, tickets.ie fmctour.com and venue websites.
Neutral Milk Hotel are back and they’re playing Vicar Street on Friday May 17th in 2014. Tickets on sale Friday October 11th at 9am priced €25 (including booking fee) from ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide
Body & Soul Festival presents When Saints Go Machine, Olugbenga DJ Set (Metronomy) and Come On Live Long at Button Factory on Wednesday October 23rd. Tickets €14 on sale now from Tickets.ie + Ticketmaster.ie.
We Cut Corners will have a new single soon and they play The Workmans Club on Friday November 29th. Tickets €12 plus fees on sale Thursday Oct 10th from tickets.ie ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide.
Harmonic presents Anna Calvi @ Vicar Street on Saturday February 1st. Tickets on sale Wednesday October 9th at 9am priced €16.50 (including booking fee) from ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide
Conceptual Songs and Academic Lecture: bone of contention amongst historians, theologians and people shouting at bins in car parks; repository of the true history of these islands. Their guardians: Luke Haines, Cathal Coughlan, and Andrew Mueller, abetted by Audrey Riley.
-Saturday 2nd November & Sunday 3rd November, 8.30pm, w/ support from Lioba Petrie & Carolyn Goodwin
– -Tickets: €15. National Concert Hall (Kevin Barry Room), Dublin.
Harmonic also presents King Khan & the Shrines in Whelan’s on Saturday April 19th. Tickets priced €16.50 (incl booking fee) on sale Friday Oct 4th from whelanslive.com tickets.ie ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide. Fun band.
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