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The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // June 17 – 23 (in association with Jameson)

The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // June 17 – 23 (in association with Jameson)

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Tuesday June 17th


Wednesday June 18th

  • Imelda May @ Vicar Street (€35/€40)
    [Rockabilly] The Liberties rockabilly blues singer plays close to home.
  • Bryan Ferry with strings @ National Concert Hall (€40-€80)
    [Pop/rock] Bryan Ferry and his band are joined by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. 
  • Bedlam & Sense Summer Party @ The Grand Social (€6/€8)
    [Dance] Sense DJs Vs Bedlam DJs
  • Benefit present Hnny @  Twisted Pepper (€10, 10:30pm)
    [Dance] Young DJ playing old school house music.

Thursday June 19th


Friday June 20th

Festival

  • Body & Soul Festival @ Ballinlough Castle Co. Westmeath (€139)
    [Festival] Featuring Darkside, Slow Magic and a Nightflight DJ stage.


Saturday June 21st

Festival

  • Body & Soul Festival @ Ballinlough Castle Co. Westmeath (€139)
    [Festival] Featuring John Grant, Mount Kimbie, Jon Hopkins, Goldfrapp, Gary Numan and more


Sunday June 22nd

Festival

  • Body & Soul Festival @ Ballinlough Castle Co. Westmeath (€139 / €55 for Sunday)
    [Festival] Featuring Caribou, Shabazz Palaces, James Holden, Of Montreal and more.


Monday June 23rd

  • Blue Eyed Hawk, Clang Sayne, Selk @ Whelan’s  (€10)
    [Jazz] A new monthly club night by Improvised Music Company promising to showcase Irish Jazz music in a different light.


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