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The best gigs and club nights in Dublin this week

The best gigs and club nights in Dublin this week

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All door times are 7:30pm/8pm unless stated. Check links for full prices.


Tuesday July 5th

Colony House, Fizzy Orange @ The Grand Social
American indie rock band from Franklin, Tennessee.


Wednesday July 6th

Malaki

Basciville, Gary O’Neil, Callum Orr @ The Workman’s Cellar
Alt-folk triple header under the banner Burning The Heather.

Malaki & Curtisy @ The Sound House
Dublin rappers as part of the Jameson Connects series in the venue this month.

Rufus Wainwright @ NCH
Solo performance from American singer-songwriter.

Public Warning, Soundstrand, Liberty @ Fibber Magees
A trio of live rock bands.

Kevin Neary, Amy Naessens @ Lost Lane
Launch of singer-songwriter’s new single ‘Man of Faith’

Tadhg, Toria, Callum Wall and J @ The Grand Social
New Irish band / artist showcase from All Eyes

Rave Us. Presents Unchained Sins @ The Grand Social (11pm)
Mid-week techno night.


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Thursday July 7th

Samuel Powell.

The Deadlians, The Daisy Chain, Shirley Bean, Captain hot knives @ Fibber Magees
The Deadlians host a collection of raggle-taggle bands.

Amhránaithe an Chlub @ Club Chonradh na Gaeilge
A night for songs in Irish.

Míla, Leon Mcmahon, Jossle & Banríon @ Whelan’s Upstairs
The Liffey Swimmers Ensemble presents SKINNY DIPPING is the name of this night.

An Evening With Fran Lebowitz @ NCH
American social commentator in conversation.

Mannequin Pussy @ Whelan’s
Philadelphia punk and indie rock band. ‘To Lose You’

Mick Flannery, Susan O’ Neill @ Iveagh Gardens
Cork singer-songwriter is joined by his most frequent collaborator.

Samuel Powell, Tyvion Valentine @ The Workman’s Cellar (Midnight)
Naas electronic producer plays live. ‘Floating’.


Friday July 8th

Saint Sister

Irish Festivals this week:

Otherside Festival @ Slane Rock Farm
Three-day festival in Slane with Krystal Klear, Saint Sister, Le Boom, Soda Blonde, R. Kitt, Cinthie and more.


R.A.P Party @ Abbey Theatre
Inua Ellams’ Rhythm And Poetry Party – A night of hip-hop-inspired poems and favourite hip-hop songs. The format is super simple, 10 poets share a poem, and after each, DJ Mango will play two songs of the poet’s choosing linked to the poem.

Inua Ellams with Jim Crickard, Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi, Khanyisile Mbukwane, Adam Mohamed, Meg Mulcahy, Ciara Ní E, Roxanna Nic Liam, Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi and Sasha Terfous.

Caribou, Chosta @ Iveagh Gardens
The last time I saw Caribou in February, I got COVID, but it was worth it.
Dan Snaith’s Daphni project announced new music this week.

Community Skratch Games @ The Sugar Club
Irish rap and alternative hip-hop featuring: Ríra, Post Punk Podge, Jimmy Penguin & Sebi C, Jus-me & Ophelia Djackulate

Westlife, Sugababes, Soulé @ Aviva Stadium
2 nights with the man band in Aviva.

Slayyyter @ The Academy
American pop singer and songwriter. ‘Troubled Paradise’

Plastic Cowboys, Lauren Ann @ Whelan’s
Dublin based indie rock band. ‘Clíched Cigy Smoker

Foggy Notions & U:mack present Night For Emmy @ Tengu (11pm)
Emmy Shigeta is a Japanese born, Dublin-based DJ currently faced with having to leave Ireland once her visa expires. Her friends have rallied around her to raise costs for an appeal.

Pop Dungeon @ Wigwam (11pm)
Pop night with DJ Lou Bru, Aisoo and pals. Slayyyter (Unofficial) After Party.

Toké O’Drift, Julia Louise Knifefist, Rory Sweeney @ Wigwam Basement (11pm)
Dublin alt-electronic music hits hard.


Saturday July 9th

The Scratch

Irish Festivals this week:

Otherside Festival @ Slane Rock Farm
Three-day festival in Slane with Lane8, The Scratch, John Francis Flynn, Nialler9, EMBRZ, George Feely, Nixer, Long Island Sound, Ispini na hEireann, and more.


Damien Dempsey @ Iveagh Gardens
Dublin’s singer-songwriter.

Analog Rhythms Exhibition, Panel and Club Night @ The Bernard Shaw (4pm – late)
A celebration of Dublin’s 90s rave culture. Club night starts at 10pm.

GI, SD96, Fly, Pager The Sloth, Adam Mohamed, Dicey x Smiffy @ The Sound House
Irish hip-hop night.

Mary Bleeds @ The Thomas House
Dublin post-punk band launch debut album. ‘Seal’

Westlife, Sugababes, Soulé @ Aviva Stadium
2 nights with the man band in Aviva.

Ficino Ensemble, Michelle O’Rourke @ St Anns Church
The launch and first performance of Folk Songs the new album from Irish chamber group Ficino Ensemble and Irish vocalist Michelle O’Rourke.

The Felice Brothers @ Whelan’s
American folk rock/country rock band. ‘Silverfish’

Benjamyn, Áine & Conor Hamilton-Long @ Whelan’s Upstairs
A Blue Tide Music presents night.

SKETCH: Neil Flynn, Sara Miller & Heaps Keen @ Hang Dai (10pm)
Berlin returning DJ vibes in the Chinese restaurant with the best sounding DJ booth in the city.

ddr with Breen & Maeve O’Neill @ Tengu (11pm)
Dublin Digital residents Breen & Maeve O’Neill.

House Work presents Route 94 @ Button Factory (11pm)
English record producer and remixer. ‘My Love’ feat. Jess Glynn.

Nico Moreno @ The Sound House (10pm)
Thump x Influence present the French techno act.

TRIP – Opening Party @ Wigwam (11pm)
Minimal night with ENEO, Royce, Larøca Mathäus

Mother Club @ Lost Lane (11pm)
The queer disco and electro pop party is on every Saturday with DJs including Rocky, Ruth Kavanagh, Phil Boyle and Billy Scurry.


Sunday July 10th

DJ Seinfeld.

Irish Festivals this week:

Otherside Festival @ Slane Rock Farm
Three-day festival in Slane with DJ Seinfeld, Kneecap, Boots & Kats, Curtisy, I. Jordan, Joe Goddard, Jordan Nocturne, Nealo, TSHA and more,


Analog Rhythms Exhibition @ The Bernard Shaw
A celebration of Dublin’s 90s rave culture.

SEO Linn @ Whelan’s
Contemporary folk group

James Blunt @ Iveagh Gardens
His tunes are pants but he’s funny so…


Monday July 11th

Orla Gartland

Orla Gartland, Milk., Maria Kelly @ Whelan’s
The Irish singer-songwriter and Woman On The Internet. Over 14’s show. ‘More Like You’.

Christy Moore @ Vicar Street
Kildare folk legend’s concert in support of WOMEN’S AID


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