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Monday September 16th

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Wednesday September 18th

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Thursday September 19th

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  • Moondog and Irene @ The Chocolate Factory (9pm, €15+, runs Sept 18  – 21)
    Composer Cal Folger Day turns transcriptions of interviews with elderly women into pop opera. As part of Fringe Fest.
  • We Are Lightning! @ National Stadium – Ringside Bar (€16+, runs Sept 19 – 21)
    Fringe show. The Ringside Bar is transformed into a music venue on the brink of closure. A teen band, a brass band, a community choir and ageing rockers from Dublin join JOF’s drums and Sam’s guitar to mark and protest its demise,
  • Bicurious @ The Grand Social (€7+)
    Irish instrumental duo with a penchant for distortion.
  • The Leisure Society @ Whelan’s Upstairs (€14+)
    English rock band.
  • Rían Trench, Shammen Delly, Gareth Quinn Redmond @ Tengu (€8+)
    Triple bill of Irish talent.
  • The Other Side Of Detroit @ Sin É (Free)
    Music from Motor city.
  • Sonntags @ Ukiyo (11pm, Free)
    Residents.
  • SafeHaus Residents Party @ Wigwam (11pm, €6+)
    House music all night.
  • Mano Le Tough @ The Workman’s Club (11.30pm, €16+)
    Are you le tuff enough.

Friday September 20th

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Saturday September 21st

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  • Telephones Daytime Party @ Pallas Studios (2pm, €17+)
    The very last ever Daytime Party in Pallas Studios.
  • Moondog and Irene @ The Chocolate Factory (4pm & 9pm, €15+, runs Sept 18  – 21)
    Composer Cal Folger Day turns transcriptions of interviews with elderly women into pop opera. As part of Fringe Fest.
  • We Are Lightning! @ National Stadium – Ringside Bar (€16+, runs Sept 19 – 21)
    Fringe show. The Ringside Bar is transformed into a music venue on the brink of closure. A teen band, a brass band, a community choir and ageing rockers from Dublin join JOF’s drums and Sam’s guitar to mark and protest its demise,
  • Nilufer Yanya @ The Workmans Club (€13+)
    One of our very favourite musical discoveries of the past couple years.
  • Northern Soul Night @ The Big Romance (Free)
    Does what it says on the tin.
  • Jimmy Buffet @ Olympia Theatre (Sold Out)
    American singer-songwriter.
  • Tim Chadwick @ Lost Lane (€12+)
    Emerging Irish pop talent.
  • EHCO @ Bello Bar (€8+)
    Launching their new EP.
  • Handsome Paddy @ Hang Dai (10.30pm, Free)
    Irish selector.
  • Lumo Club @ Tengu (10.30pm, €7+)
    The Lumo Crew back at it again.
  • George Fitzgerald @ 39/40 (11pm, €20+)
    English producer and DJ.

Sunday September 22nd

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  • Ariana Grande @ 3 Arena (€80+)
    Think I’ve heard the name before.
  • Gary Numan @ Olympia Theatre (€34+)
    80s synth-pop icon.
  • Alex Cameron @ The Button Factory (€18+)
    Australian singer-songwriter.

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