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The best gigs & club nights in Limerick – August Bank Holiday edition

The best gigs & club nights in Limerick – August Bank Holiday edition

Cathal Ryan

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All door times are 7:30pm/8pm unless stated.

Tuesday August 1st

Tinteán Sessions @ The Commercial (Free)
Lovely Trad from an ensemble of musicians, every week.

Wednesday August 2nd

Caoi De Barra

Caoi De Barra @ Dolans Warehouse (€15)
Berlin-based Singer-Songwriter on her Scooter Tour of Ireland.

Thursday August 3rd

Hazey Haze

Summer Sessions @ The Record Room (Free, 9pm)
An eclectic mix of music from Hazey Haze and Personal Vanity Project.

Friday August 4th

Cian Ducrot

Cian Ducrot @ Dolans Warehouse (Sold Out)
The All For You songwriter on an Ireland/Uk tour.

Saturday August 5th


Identity @ St Nicholas Street (Free, 5pm)
CD launch festival celebrating Limerick music with Cascando, Krome, Shroomie, Some Images Of Paradise, and Godwin.

The Boofs @ Pharmacia (€10, 7pm)
Indie-rockers on their Shabby Alonso tour. Support from Joyce.

See Also

Sunday August 6th


Identity @ St Nicholas Street (Free, 5pm)
Day two featuring Theatre, Misvanity, Sea Oh When, Shroomie, Eoin Ryan, Slibhin, Sean Freeney and Jake Blu for an acoustic Sunday.

Mrs Henry Band @ The Record Room (Free)
What else to do on a Sunday?

Cry Before Dawn @ Dolans Warehouse (€27)
Guitar laden with pipes and whistles.

Wank Bank @ Pharmacia (€8, 10pm)
Craigleach, Jack Brolly, and Kennan spinning “sweet choons” this Bank Holiday.

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