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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.


Tuesday October 4th

Tinteán Sessions @ The Record Room (Free)
Weekly trad sessions, all welcome.


Wednesday October 5th

Overmono

Overmono @ Dolans Warehouse (€15)
UK 2-step and Jungle duo


Thursday October 6th

Jack Brolly, Dewey, DJ Replay @ The Record Room (€5, 9pm)
Jack Brolly B2B Dewey B2B DJ Replay.


Friday October 7th

Pillow Queens

Nell Mescal @ Upstairs at Dolans (€12)
Kildare Singer-Songwriter.

Pillow Queens @ Dolans Warehouse (Sold Out)
Dublin Rockers come to the warehouse.

Richard Harris: Music Of The Movies @ University Concert Hall (€34)
Evening featuring the music from the films of Richard Harris.

Tak:Tile @ Pharmacia (€10)
Friday night fix of Bass music.

Disc Jocker @ The Record Room (€10, 10pm)
Cian O’ Ciobhain, playing dance music for 4 hours.

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Saturday October 8th

Therapy?

Trashboo, Julia Louise Knifefest, Myssng FC @ Pharmacia (€10, 9pm)
Expect Experimental Dance Pop, Rave, Industrial, and FIFA Soundtrack core tunes.

Therapy? @ Dolans Warehouse (€34)
Northern Irish Punk Rock and Industrial Metal. Support from Naked Lungs.

Aoife Nic Canna @ The Record Room (Free, 9pm)
House music all night long.

Brian Deady @ Upstairs at Dolans (€18)
Soul Singer-Songwriter.


Sunday October 9th

Scullion @ Dolans Warehouse (€20)
Folk Rock inspired by the music of Walt Whitman.



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