gig guide, The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // February 4th – 10th
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The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // February 4th – 10th

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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 4th

  • Foals @  Olympia Theatre  (SOLD OUT)
    [Rock] First of two nights from Holy Fire band.
  • Broken Song screening @ Twisted Pepper (€5 , 7:30pm)
    [Film screening] Film about two Dublin rappers and a Q&A afterwards.
  • James Vincent McMorrow @ National Concert Hall (SOLD OUT)
    [Alternative] Celebrating Post Tropical with theatre gigs around Ireland. Three nights in Dublin.

Wednesday February 5th


Thursday February 6th

  • James Vincent McMorrow @ National Concert Hall (SOLD OUT)
    [Alternative] Celebrating Post Tropical with theatre gigs around Ireland. Three nights in Dublin.
  • Foxglove @ Whelan’s Upstairs  (€8)
    [Pop/rock] Launch of new EP from Niamh Murphy and band. Zebra club with Falling afterwards.
  • Habitat: Applebottom  @ Button Factory  (€10)
    [Dance] Launch of new club with house DJ and Dylan Moran DJing (not that one)

Friday February 7th


Saturday February 8th


Sunday February 9th

  • Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros @ Olympia Theatre (SOLD OUT)
    [Pop] The last album was a bit meh but the live show has enduring appeal
  • Moderat @ Vicar Street (€26)
    [Dance] Apparat and Modeselektor’s fruitful partnership promotes album two.
  • Little Comets @ The Academy (€13)
    [Indie] Popular UK indie band

Monday February 10th

  • Rudimental @ Olympia Theatre (SOLD OUT)
    [Pop] Drum and bass UK pop group. 
  • Doolittle presents Lite, The Physics House band >@ The Workman’s Club  (€12)
    [Rock] Japanese instrumental rock band who really fucking rock. 

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