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The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this week

The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this week

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


Wednesday May 4th

May the Fourth Star Wars Tribute Night @ Pharmacia (€6, 9pm)
Ultimate Star Wars tribute party.


Thursday May 5th

Ed Sheeran @ Thomand Park (€81, 4pm)
Ed and his guitar play the stadium, round one. Support from Denise Chaila.

Acoustic Ambience @ Pharmacia (€12)
Ed Sheeran After Party.


Friday May 6th

John Cooper Clarke

Ed Sheeran @ Thomand Park (€81, 4pm)
Ed and his guitar play the stadium, round two. Support from Denise Chaila.

Strange Boy @ The Record Room (€10)
Limerick man combining Hip-Hop and Irish Traditional music. Presented by Take It or Leave It. Support from Small Church and sounds after by DJ Replay straight

John Cooper Clarke @ Dolans Warehouse (€44)
Punk-poet legend.

Imelda May @ University Concert Hall (€44)
Superstar singer and songwriter.

See Also

Goblin X Shark Tooth @ Pharmacia (€12, 9pm)
Emotional bars and heavy beats. Special guests; Shane Thunder, Ian Moloney, and DJ Green.


Saturday May 7th

Lilla Vargen

Seattle Grunge Experience @ Dolans Warehouse (€14)
Live tribute to Grunge, featuring the music of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and more.

Lilla Vargen @ Kasbah Social Club (€12)
Northern Irish Singer-Songwriter.

Ahmed Dickinson and Eduardo Martin @ The Belltable (€15, 9pm)
Cuba’s most internationally acclaimed guitar duo.



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