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Recommended gigs & club nights in Limerick city this week

Recommended gigs & club nights in Limerick city this week


Monday February 10th

  • Ghouleee @ Pharmacia (€6, 10pm)
    For their first event of the year Blaise Reid, HamAgh and KASH bring a night of Disco, House and Funk.

Tuesday February 11th

  • DIE: Carlton Doom, Hazey Haze @ Dolans Warehouse (€10, 10pm)
    DIE kick off Rag week with a stacked lineup. Carlton Doom takes over the warehouse after Hazey Haze while LSAD DJ society play the terrace.  
  • DeFunk @ Pharmacia (€5, 11pm)
    Conor Standan and Cian Quinlan go back to back spinning Techno.

Wedensday February 12th

  • Fionn Regan @ Dolans Warehouse (€18)
    The critically acclaimed Folk Singer Songwriter plays upstairs in Dolans courtesy of Seoda Shows. Support from Aoife Nessa Frances.

Thursday February 13th

  • Touch of Techno: FJAAK @ Dolans Warehouse (€10, 10:30pm)
    The live Techno act return to the Warehouse as part of their Spaundau 20 tour. Room Two takeover the terrace with Kennan and 40 Hurtz in the Kasbah.
  • WagWan @ Pharmacia (€5, 10:30pm)
    Continuing the Rag week celebrations Molkee, Connor Cans and LSAD DJ Society take to the decks blasting Drum and Bass all night.
  • Bit Depth: 009 @ The Record Room (€6)
    For their ninth installation Bit Depth bring some of Irelands finest rappers together. Acts include Limericks Owen Alfred, L.Z. and Velli Valentino. 

Friday February 14th

  • Mango x MathMan @ Dolans Warehouse (€10, 9pm)
    One of the countries most iconic Hip-Hop acts return to Dolans. The producer/rapper duo are not to be missed.  
  • United We Stand @ Pharmacia (€5, 9:30pm)
    An all Limerick lineup of Metal and tribal drums in aid of the Simon Community.  
  • Limerick City Big Band @ Dolans Warehouse (€20)
    The 17 piece brass ensemble play the warehouse in the ultimate big band experience. 

Saturday February 15th

  • Overdose 2.0 @ The Milk Market Bar (€5, 12pm)
    The all day Punk festival returns with an eleven band lineup including the Audible Joes and Paranoid Visions.