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Silo – a new 3,500-capacity Dublin club venue at the RDS inspired by Printworks and Warehouse Project opens in October

Silo – a new 3,500-capacity Dublin club venue at the RDS inspired by Printworks and Warehouse Project opens in October


Exciting news for Dublin clubbing today.

SILO is a new 3,500 capacity electronic music event space coming in Dublin and opening in October, inspired by Printworks and Warehouse Project.

The new electronic music brand SILO will be located at the RDS and open up Dublin’s night-life to nights with a greater capacity than 500/600 for the first time since the closure of 2,500 capacity Jam Park in Swords.

SILO already has some big dance brands and artists lined up for its first season with Elrow returning to Dublin for its first party in five years (previously it took place in the District 8 space in the Tivoli), Boiler Room is set to return for its first run out in five years also, Defected Records will host a night, their first since last year’s event at Naas Racecourse, while Kerri Chandler & Vintage Culture who will each host their own curated nights in the new space, alongside an appearance from Claptone.

SILO is the brainchild of promoters TEG MJR Eire who are working alongside Offworld, Subject Events and partners to make this club space happen.

Previous events the organisers have been involved in include Live At The Harbour, Higher Vision, Bingo Loco’s Bingoland and District 8.

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“SILO is an idea we are very excited about which fills in a massive gap within the Irish events scene. Attendees can expect cutting edge production, unlike which they’ve not seen on the island of Ireland before”.

Julian O Brien, of TEG MJR Eire

“SILO has definitely taken inspiration from some of the revolutionary concepts that we’ve seen worldwide such as Printworks and Warehouse Project. Taking iconic spaces and transforming them for 21st century clubbers with cutting edge production. ”

Craig Reynolds promoter, Offworld

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