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The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this week

The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this week

Cathal Ryan

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

Wednesday July 27th

Survival @ Pharmacia (€7, 9pm)
Limerick’s Goblin launches his second album.

Thursday July 28th

Just Mustard @ Dolans Warehouse (€20)
Noise and Trip Hop 5-piece from Dundalk.

James McGrath @ The Record Room (€10)
Nenagh-based Singer-Songwriter.

Milk @ Kasbah Social Club (€5, 9pm)
Alt-Pop four-piece from Dublin.

Friday July 29th

Bingo Loco @ Greenhills Hotel (€26)
Traditional bingo complete with rave tunes and dance-offs.

Craic Sabbath, Pantéire @ Pharmacia (€10, 9pm)
Two of the best tribute acts in the country join forces to melt faces in Pharmacia.

Saturday July 30th

End Of Summer Party @ Pharmacia (€10, 2pm)
A multitude of DJs descend on Pharmacia for Bank Holiday Saturday.

See Also

Rebel Rebel – A Tribute To David Bowie @ Dolans Warehouse (€18)
Recreating Bowie’s extensive catalog.

Sunday July 31st

XV Candles @ Dolans Warehouse (€20, 6pm)
To celebrate 15 years of bringing Heavy Metal to Limerick, Bad Reputation is bringing Sadistic Intent, Sijjin, Malthusian, Zealot Cult and Corr Mhóna to the warehouse.

Jungle Boogie @ Pharmacia (€20, 9pm)
To celebrate their ten-year anniversary, the Jungle Boogie crew break a five-year hiatus to reunite for one night only in Limerick City.

Danny & The House Band @ The Record Room (Free)
Danny and friends provide the soundtrack for your Sunday night.

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