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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.

Thursday September 14th

The Fynches

The John Martyn Project @ Dolans Upstairs (€25)
Six artists celebrate the music of John Martyn.

The Fynches @ Kasbah Social Club (€15)
The Kinks mixed with Crosby, Stills and Nash.

Rave Anonymous 003 @ Pharmacia (€15, 9:30pm)
Fresher’s Week return.

Onlock 061 @ Record Room (€8, 10pm)
Owen Alfred, Babybleach, XO-Lu, Evans, B.A., YUNG, Morrisey, Jigz and Luke Culhane

Friday September 15th

Autre Monde

The Neon Cars @ Dolans Upstairs (€10)
Indie Rockers from Cork. Support from Afterbliss.

Mick Flannery @ Dolans Warehouse (€35)
Good Time Charlie tour.

Autre Monde @ Kasbah Social Club (€10, 9pm)
First Limerick show in four years.

Leevy @ Record Room (€15/€10, 9pm)
Musical project of Gaeltacht-reared songwriter Amhlaoibh McSweeney.

See Also

Saturday September 16th

Slippery When Wet @ Dolans Warehouse (€17)
Bon Jovi tribute.

North Stars In Their Eyes @ Dolans Upstairs (€20)
Fundraiser night for the Northstar Project.

Jack Brolly @ Record Room (Free, 10pm)
The ‘fantastical’ Jack Brolly selects tunes this Saturday.

Sunday September 17th

Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost @ Dolans Warehouse (Sold Out)
UK Goth Metal presented by Bad Reputation.

Sunday Sessions @ Record Room (Free)
The Counterfeits complete your Sunday.

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