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The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // February 18th – 24th

The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // February 18th – 24th

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If you’re looking for tickets to sold out gigs try #ticketfairy on Twitter.


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Ticket freebies this week:

How to enter – Email [email protected] with the gig above in the Subject line you’re entering for along with your full name and phone number in the body of the message. Full info on each show below. Draw closes at 6pm the day before the gig.


Tuesday February 18th

  • Squareyes, Carriages @ Twisted Pepper (Free)
    [new bands] Benny Smiles’ new project and folk-tronic duo. 
  • Ruby Sessions @ Doyles (€6, 9pm)
    [Acoustic] The long-running night of new music awakens from its slumber. 

Wednesday February 19th

  • We Cut Corners @ St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra (1pm, Free)
    [Lunchtime gig] The duo play a string quartet in their old college. 
  • George Ezra @ The Sugar Club ( SOLD OUT)
    [Acoustic] Rather good Bristol singer-songwriter.

Thursday February 20th


Friday February 21st


Saturday February 22nd


Sunday February 23rd

  • Midlake @ Vicar Street (€23)
    [Alternative] Texas band have a new album Antiphon.
  • 12 Sundays  @ The Bernard Shaw (Free, 5pm til late)[DJs] Diskotekken DJs. 

Monday February 24th

  • To be continued…

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