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Gig roundup: Carl Cox, Stereolab, David Keenan, Peter Doherty & more

Former Libertines frontman Peter Doherty tours solo material with his backing band The Putra Madres ahead of the release of their forthcoming debut LP. They play The Academy on May 4th. Tickets, at €31+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


Techno legend Carl Cox has been announced for Belfast show in the Telegraph Building on May 31st. Both Matador and Pyscatron & Schmutz are on support duties. Tickets, at £34+ go on sale this Friday here.


Underground MC Devlin plays the Sound House on April 24th. Tickets, at €16+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.



Dub-esque group Fat Freddy’s Drop are announced for Vicar Street on November 10th. New album on the way too. Tickets, at €36+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


British MC Bexey is bound for the Academy 2 on April 13th. Tickets, at €16+, are on sale now here.


Big indie name Mumford & Sons announced a Malahide Castle show on June 14th. Support comes from Dermot Kennedy, Wild Youth & Aurora. Tickets, at €69+, go on sale this Friday on the Ticketmaster site. Lead singer still wears that hat.


Melodic rock supergroup Filthy Friends will be performing in the Button Factory on May 29th. Tickets, at €26+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


British indie art band Palace will play the Button Factory on November 6th. The tour coincides with the release of their Life After LP. Tickets, at €17+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


NI folk artist Joshua Burnside set for a show in Dublin’s Unitarian Church on May 3rd. Tickets, at €15+, are on sale now from the Ticketmaster site.


Fresh from his Other Voices appearance, David Keenan performs a show in the Olympia Theatre in January of 2020. Tickets, at €25+, are on sale now here.

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Beloved French-English alt rock group Stereolab have announced 2 Irish dates following a string of reissues. They play June 24th in Belfast’s Empire and on the 25th in Vicar Street. Tickets, at £24+ and €30+ respectively, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


4AD signees Big Thief were announced for a Vicar Street show on May 21st. Tickets, at €23+ are on sale now here.

Also announced this week:

Phoebe Bridgers & Conor Oberst are playing Dublin as Better Oblivion Community Center

Cork’s post-punk community remembers Nun Attax vocalist Finbarr Donnelly with reunion gig

Krystal Klear is going to be playing a four-show residency in Wigwam this April

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