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The Ruby Sessions is back after 21 months this Tuesday

The Ruby Sessions is back after 21 months this Tuesday

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While the gig calendar is back looking busy, there have been some things missing since the reopening of venues and clubs last month, and one of the most iconic nights in Dublin is back, nature is healing and things are returning.

The Ruby Sessions announced yesterday it will return to its weekly slot upstairs in Doyle’s by Trinity tomorrow night for the first time in 21 months (they were on a break when the pandem hit).

Of course, things will be different this time around, as the acoustic night running since 1999 will be ticketed only, which will stop the trademark queues around the block for the special guest slots.

Special guests are indeed promised and those looking for tickets for this week are already too late, but the form for this week is here, and there will be another gig next week all going well.

Ruby Sessions has hosted Ed Sheeran, Hozier, Lisa Hannigan, Wyvern Lingo, Picture This, Mumford & Sons, Damien Rice, The Corrs , James Vincent McMorrow and Billy Steinberg over the years.

They said:

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.. it’s been 21 months since the last in-person Rubys and to be quite honest, we miss you too much not to put on shows between now and Xmas. So, who wants to come to a gig this Tuesday?

Expect special guests, love, good vibes, oh and Conor crying on stage while telling you all to shut the fuck up. God, we can’t wait!

Ruby Sessions on Insta.


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