Tramline is a new venue space in Dublin city near Westmoreland Street and the Screen Cinema (entrance on Hawkins Street), that will get its first big opening this weekend when Hard Working Class Heroes artists take to its stages on Friday and Saturday.
Formerly, Tara Club, 21 and Coyote, the Dublin 2 spot has been revamped to accommodate live music, club nights, conferences and events with a pizza oven restaurant bar open by day.
The total capacity (combined event, conference, club & live gig space with Matzaluna café) is approximately 1,000 with the club and live music space accounting for circa 550 / 600 .
The venue’s owner is a proud A/V nut and so sound, lighting and visual capabilities include:
2 stacks of Nexo STM Line Array Controlled by a Midas M32 32 channel board with digital stage box with 32 inputs and 16 outs. On stage there are 4 x Nexo NX45 Wedge monitors with 4 separate mixes. All powered by huge Nexo NX4x4 Digital Amps.
Door policy is over 18s and the club nights are in-house with chart music vibes on Friday and Saturday.
Niall Byrne is the founder of the most-influential Irish music site Nialler9, where he has been writing about music since 2005 . He is the cohost of the Nialler9 Podcast and has written for the Irish Times, Irish Independent, Cara Magazine, Sunday Times, Totally Dublin, Red Bull and more. Niall is a DJ, founder of Lumo Club, event curator and producer of gigs, parties & events.