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Recommended gigs & club nights in Limerick city this week

Recommended gigs & club nights in Limerick city this week

Cathal Ryan

Tuesday January 21st

  • Root Strings: Open Mic Night @ Irish World Academy (Free, 6pm)
    Root Strings invite performers of all levels to The Irish World Academy for their weekly open mic night.
  • Insomnium @ Dolans Warehouse (€22, 7pm)
    Bad Reputation present Insomnium plus special guests as part of their 2020, Tour Like a Grave. 

Thursday January 23rd

  • Seoda Shows: Petrol Girls @ Kasbah Social Club (€10, 8pm)
    The Post-Hardcore Punk group formed in London take to the stage in The Kasbah. The four-piece, known for their outspoken feminist message, are not to be missed. 
  • Bit Depth 008 @ The Record Room (€5, 8pm)
    Bit Depth return for the new year bringing three diverse acts. Experimental Pop locals Van Panther headline with support from Indie-Pop legends Dylan Flynn and The Dead Poets and Galway Psychedelic group Rodney.

Friday January 24th 

  • Corrosive @ Pharmacia (€5, 8pm)
    Metal collective Corrosive present a stacked line-up with Sectile, This Place Hell, New Age Messiah and Witchkicker playing the night.

Saturday January 25th

  • LK Improvised Music Club @ Pharmacia (€5, 10pm)
    Limerick noise makers La Pizza Boom join with Dan Walsh for a night of experimental electronica.
  • Roll With It @ Dolans Warehouse (€15, 9pm)
    Irelands foremost Oasis cover group come to Dolans this Saturday.


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