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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.


Thursday May 26th

Buí

Christy Moore @ University Concert Hall (€45)
Folk legend.

Buí, The Low Field @ The Record Room (€10)
Belfast Indie group plays their rescheduled show. Support from The Low Field.


Friday May 27th

Papa Romeo

Tim Chadwick @ Dolans Warehouse (€20)
Pop songs with a Folk-edge.

Mike Denver & Guests @ University Concert Hall (€32.50)
Country singer.

Papa Romeo @ The Record Room (€11, 9pm)
Five-piece merging elements of Nu Jazz and Jazz Fusion to their Indie Rock and Bed-Pop roots.

Bad Arts Entertainment @ Pharmacia (€7, 9pm)
Featuring; DJ Green, Damz, The Bodysnatcherz, Bigman Davey, Sun Of Dawn, Goblin, Shark Tooth, and Maya.


Saturday May 28th

Clannad @ University Concert Hall (€49)
50th-anniversary farewell tour.

See Also

Static Vision @ Pharmacia (€10)
Limerick’s top Punk trio is back with support from Vacuity, Cloak Room, and Misvanity.

Rooobix @ The Record Room (€5, 10pm)
A full four hours of vinyl classics from Niall Colgan and Phil Wade.


Sunday May 29th

Limerick Jazz Workshop Big Band @ Dolans Warehouse (€5, 3:30pm)
Special end of term performance.

The Commercial House Band @ The Record Room (Free, 9pm)
Danny, John, Hugh, and local Limerick musicians throwing out a some classic covers and original tunes.



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