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The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this weekend

The best gigs & club nights in Limerick this weekend

Cathal Ryan

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


Wednesday August 23rd

Scowl

Scowl @ Kasbah Social Club (€15)
Hardcore-Punk with special guests Going Off And Sweets.

Thursday August 24th

Post Punk Podge And The Technohippies

Summer Sessions @ Record Room (Free, 9pm)
Paddy Mulcahy, Strange Boy, and Post Punk Podge And The Technohippies.

Friday August 25th

Isaac Jones

Block Rockin Beats @ King John’s Castle (Sold Out)
Dec Pierce brings his show to the castle with support from Welshy and Jen Payne.

The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra @ Dolans Warehouse (€10.50)
Unmissable live show with special guests Tracy Bruen.

Isaac Jones, Passersby @ The Record Room (€8, 9pm)
The All Ireland Tour is bringing an immense amount of talent around the country.


Saturday August 26th

Van Panther

The Coronas @ King John’s Castle (Sold Out)
Strive songwriters in the Castle.

Burner @ Kasbah Social Club (€12, 9pm)
​​Death Metal and Hardcore from South London.

See Also

Van Panther @ The Record Room (€10, 9pm)
Experimental Post-Punk and Shoegaze with support from In Athens.

Asterizm Records @ Pharmacia (€5, 10pm)
DJFox, K3BEE, and Deepcut on the decks for an end-of-summer party.

The Vault @ The Record Room (Free, 11pm)
Monthly vinyl-only club night.


Sunday August 27th

The Major Dudes @ The Record Room (Free)
Classic covers on a Sunday.



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