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10 gigs & clubs to see in Limerick city this weekend

10 gigs & clubs to see in Limerick city this weekend

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Thursday April 11th

  • Liv Monaghan @ Upstairs Dolans (€11, 8:00pm)
    Paris based Irish vocalist and songwriter. 
  • Quinton Campbell @ Pharmacia (€15, 10:30pm)
    One of Ireland’s fastest rising names in house music takes to the decks. 

Friday April 12th

  • The Seattle Grunge Experience @ Dolans Warehouse (€14, 8:00pm)
    Featuring the music of Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam and more.
  • True Tides @ Kasbah Social Club (€10, 8:00pm)
    Intrepid pop project of the MacSweeny brothers from County Cork.
  • Outlion @ Cobblestone Joes (Free, 10pm)
    This fresh Limerick act are a must see. 
  • Drummers & Bass @ Costellos Milk Market bar (€3, 9:00)
    A night of percussion with 2nd Hand Drills and Liv 3.
  • Collides @ Pharmacia (€5)
    With support from Hedfuzy and Deep Sky Objects.

Saturday April 13th

  • Fox Jaw @ Kasbah Social Club (€10, 9:00)
    Seoda Shows presents the Limerick quintet following the release of their new single, Madeline. 
FOX JAW - 'Madeline' (Official Music Video)
  • Record Store Day @ Steamboat Music (FREE, From 9:30am)
    With music from Fox Jaw, Post Punk Podge, Jenni and Hazey Haze.

Sunday April 14th


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