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Monday November 4th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

  • Friendly Fires @ The Academy (€25+)
    British indie-dance band always bring the energy to their live gigs.
  • Greta Van Fleet @ Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)
    American rock band with strong vintage leanings.
  • Marc Rebillet @ Vicar Street (Sold Out)
    Austin’s answer to Mozart.
  • Tropical Fuck Storm @ Whelans (Sold Out)
    Australian pysch rock band.
  • We Bloom: Tv People @ The Workmans Club (Free)
    Emerging Dublin indie rock act.

Tuesday November 5th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

  • Sheer Mag @ The Grand Social (€15)
    Old-school garage pop rock vibes.
  • Christina Aguilera @ 3Arena (€88+)
    Big voice pop star.
  • Rhob Cunningham @ Lost Lane (€15+)
    Irish singer-songwriter launches new album What Happened Was.
  • Tom Walker @ Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)
    British singer-songwriter.
  • Tom Rosenthal @ The Sugar Club (€17+)
    English singer-songwriter.
  • Steve Gadd Masterclass @ Trinity College Dublin (€27+)
    Steely Dan drummer does a class.

Wednesday November 6th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

  • Aurora @ Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)
    Avant-garde pop.
  • Palace @ The Button Factory (€17+)
    Hyped-up London four-piece.
  • Priests @ The Grand Social (€16+)
    Mass is in session.
  • Steely Dan Vinyl Night @ The Big Romance (Free)
    One of the finest band’s gets a listening party.

Thursday November 7th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week


Friday November 8th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week


Saturday November 9th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

  • Tonnta + Kirkos @ Smock Alley (4pm, €15+)
    A once-off audiovisual take over of Smock Alley theatre resulting in a four-hour multi-media exhibition.
  • Optic Music @ Hen’s Teeth (Free)
    Hen’s Teeth launch their new store with a little help from their friends.
  • Homebeat: Hania Rani @ Dublin Unitarian Church (€22+)
    Polish modernist composer.
  • A.A. Bondy @ The Workmans Club (€16+)
    American alternative folk artist.
  • Tebi Rex @ Lost Lane (€16+)
    Irish hip-hop duo do a headliner.
  • Homebeat: Hania Rani @ Dublin Unitarian Church (€22.50)
    Pianist and composer for a night of exquisite solo-piano
  • Jogging @ Bello Bar (€10)
    The return of the heavy rock band. w/ Grave Goods & Stupid Son.
  • NC Grey @ The Sugar Club (€15+)
    British-Nigerian singer-songwriter does a headline gig.
  • RRIC: Music City, Autre Monde, Father @ Bloody Marys (Free)
    Free gig in the new venue on South William street.
  • Stomptown Brass, Mutant Vinyl @ The Academy (€23+)
    Big brass band vibes.
  • Floating Points, Daphni @ District 8 (€25+)
    A truly eye-watering DJ pairing.
  • Zestra @ Whelan’s Upstairs (€12+)
    Irish sister duo named after female aphrodesiac.
  • Feet @ Sound House (€13+)
    Wonky britpop band.
  • Telephones @ Tengu (€16, 10pm)
    w/ Peter Curtin & Papa Lou
  • Brave Giant @ Olympia Theatre (€22+)
    Irish indie-rock band.
  • Bubblegum w/ Esa @ Wigwam (€10, 11pm_
    3 hour set from Dekmantel South African DJ.
  • African Gospel Choir @ Tullow Church, Foxrock (€10+)
    The only thing that might get me to mass of a Saturday.
  • Bubblegum: Esa @ Wigwam (11pm, €5+)
    South-African native producer and DJ.
  • Nialler9 @ Hang Dai Chinese (10:30pm, Free)
    Drawing from the vinyl collection all-night.

Sunday November 10th

, The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

  • Lizzo @ Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)
    Tickets now reselling for 2 bedroom apartments in Cowper.
  • Cherym @ Whelan’s (€14+)
    Northern Irish pop punk band.
  • Oshun @ The Grand Social (€18)
    hip-Hop / soul duo and the sonic manifestation of Afrofuturism who played Body & Soul last year.

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