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  • Tue
    25
    Apr
    2017

    The Big Moon

    Oh Yeah Centre

    Belfast

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    London indie quartet The Big Moon play the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast on April 25 following Irish shows with the Maccabees and at Workman's last year.

    Check out new single 'Formidable' from their debut album, Love In The 4th Dimension.

    Tickets cost £12.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    25
    Apr
    2017

    Therapy? Acoustic Tour

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    NI alt. metal legends Therapy? continue their Wood & Wire acoustic tour throughout this spring, kicking off at Whelan's on April 25.

    In 2016, the band released a new single and completed their first acoustic tour, with them also currently working on their 15th album. Check out their NvTv acoustic session from a few years back.

    Tickets are available from WAV Tickets & Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    25
    Apr
    2017

    Tuesday Throwdown: Gross Net & DIE HEXEN

    Mister Tom's, Lavery's

    Belfast

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    Our next live Tuesday Throwdown at Lavery's will take on Tuesday, April 25 and feature two of our favourite Irish acts at the minute: Philip Quinn (also of Girls Names) AKA Gross Net and the truly inimitable DIE HEXEN. The show takes place in Mister Tom's Lounge on the first floor of Lavery's.

    The darkly techno/post-punk Gross Net released their debut album, Quantatitive Easing, came out in November. Expect a captivating show from all-encompassing dark, experimental synth-led performance artist Die Hexen - check their Soundcloud.

    Doors are at 9pm, admission is £3, and there'll be all kinds of sweet drink offers. Our DJs will be spinning sounds before, between and after.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    The Big Moon (14+)

    Academy 2

    Dublin

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    London indie quartet The Big Moon play the Dublin's Academy 2 on April 26 following Irish shows with the Maccabees and at Workman's last year.

    Check out new single 'Formidable' from their debut album, Love In The 4th Dimension.

    Tickets cost €13 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm. It's a 14+ show.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    Therapy? Acoustic Tour

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    NI alt. metal legends Therapy? continue their Wood & Wire acoustic tour throughout this spring, playing the Empire on April 26.

    In 2016, the band released a new single and completed their first acoustic tour, with them also currently working on their 15th album. Check out their NvTv acoustic session from a few years back.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at £20. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    Steve Hackett

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Former Genesis axe-slinger Steve Hackett plays Vicar Street on April 26.

    Playing guitar in Genesis' prime years from 1971-1977, Hackett played on all the essential '70s genesis albums. He's become a huge influence on the finest players in the genre and beyond, including Brian May, Alex Lifeson and Eddie Van Halen. He released his debut solo album, Voyage of the Acolyte in 1975, and has been incredibly prolific since, with this year seeing the release of his 25th solo album, The Night Siren.

    Tickets cost €48.85 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    Hand Models 'TV Kids' Single Launch w/BDBR & LetGo Dive

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Fuzzy young indie upstarts Hand Models launch their debut single 'TV Kids' at McHugh's Basement on April 26. You can download it for free from Bandcamp.

    Support comes from lo-fi bedroom indie-pop artist Ryan Mills, aka BDBR - check out his debut Bedroom Demo - and young atmospheric indie band LetGo Dive.

    Admission costs a mere £3 and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    The Optimists 'Not Her' Single Launch

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    Dublin alt-pop act The Optimists launch their second single, 'Not Her' at The Workman's Club on April 26 following its April 21 release. Check out their first single, 'Nobody's Watching'.

    Admission is priced from €3.50-€7 from Eventbrite, and at the door from €4 on the night. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    Heck, Employed To Serve & Bailer

    The Poor Relation

    Cork

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    Extreme punk act and outstanding live band, Nottingham's Heck play The Poor Relation in Cork on April 26.

    They've been nominated for a Kerrang! Best Live Band award, as well as having performed at Download & 2000 Trees. Originally called Baby Godzilla, they released their debut album Instructions last year, which blends thrash, mathcore, hardcore, prog-metal, punk and crust, amongst other subgenres. Check out the video for 'Good As Dead'.

    Support comes from Woking self-described 'miserable post-hardcore' act Employed To Serve, whose new album comes out in May - and opening the show is Cork metalcore quartet Bailer - check their Bandcamp.

    Admission costs €8 from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Therapy? Acoustic Tour

    Spirit Store

    Dundalk

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    NI alt. metal legends Therapy? continue their Wood & Wire acoustic tour throughout this spring, playing Dundalk's Spirit Store on April 27.

    In 2016, the band released a new single and completed their first acoustic tour, with them also currently working on their 15th album. Check out their NvTv acoustic session from a few years back.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25.40. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Robert Cray

    Festival Marquee, Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    One of the greatest guitarists of his generation Robert Cray plays the Festival Marquee in Custom House Square for the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival on April 27.

    The five-time Grammy winner has performed with every living bluesman of his era, including Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn and John Lee Hooker, steering the course of blues & soul as he goes. 

    Tickets cost £25, and are available from CQAF. Doors open at 7.45pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    K-X-P w/Skymas

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    As part of the spring Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival, Voodoo hosts Helsinki kraut-tronica act K-X-P on April 27.

    Blending the likes of trance, glam-punk, rock'n'roll, krautrock and cosmische, they released their debut in 2010, followed up by II in 2013. Check out 'Cymbalism'.

    Support comes from repetitious electronic outfit Skymas. Check out 'No Easy Way Out'.

    Tickets cost £8 from CQAF and doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Æ MAK w/Laoise

    Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    Art-pop duo Æ MAK play their biggest headline show to date at the Sugar Club to launch new single 'I Walk', on April 27.

    Having the visual approach to their live performance completely down, the pair's sound is stamped with percussive vocal harmonies, choreography & visuals. Check their Soundcloud.

    Supporting is Galway electropop artist Laoise - check out the video for 'You' - with Lumo Club DJs playing until late.

    Tickets cost €12, or €10 for students from The Sugar Club. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Oh Yeah Presents: 'For Emma, Forever Ago' Revisited

    Oh Yeah Centre

    Belfast

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    Belfast-based musicians Joshua BurnsideRosie Carney and Owen Denvir come together for a special night returning to their 'Revisited' series of shows, in the tenth anniversary of both the album and the Oh Yeah Centre on April 27.

    Self released in 2007 and later through indie label Jagjaguwar, the critically acclaimed debut album from Bon Iver, ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ inspired and impacted on a whole generation of song-writers. The Oh Yeah reimagines the album with local artists.

    Admission costs £7 and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Heck, Employed To Serve & Bailer

    The Loft

    Galway

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    Extreme punk act and outstanding live band, Nottingham's Heck headline Galway's Loft (above Seven Bar) on April 27.

    They've been nominated for a Kerrang! Best Live Band award, as well as having performed at Download & 2000 Trees. Originally called Baby Godzilla, they released their debut album Instructions last year, which blends thrash, mathcore, hardcore, prog-metal, punk and crust, amongst other subgenres. Check out the video for 'Good As Dead'.

    Support comes from Woking self-described 'miserable post-hardcore' act Employed To Serve, whose new album comes out in May - and opening the show is Cork metalcore quartet Bailer - check their Bandcamp.

    Admission costs €12 online and €14 on the night. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Apr
    2017

    Wolff w/Jaxson

    The Sky & The Ground

    Wexford

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff headline The Sky & The Ground in Wexford on April 27 as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Snarky Puppy

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Thanks to ChoiceCuts, Brooklyn-based instrumental funk/jazz fusion band Snarky Puppy return to Vicar Street on April 28.

    Led by Grammy-winning bassist, composer & producer Michael League, the group are a collective of almost 40 musicians, many of whom are University of North Texas alumni. Often in flux, the band often perform alongside other artists like Marcus Miller, Justin Timberlake, Snoop Dogg and many others. 

    Their first album won best R&B performance in the 2014 Grammys, followed up by the second Family Dinner - and their incredible technical ability never overshadows their remarkable ability to craft something catchy and soulful. Their eleventh album, Culcha Vulcha came out in 2016. Check out this incredibly tight live version of 'Lingus' from their live studio show, 'We Like It Here'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017
    Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Distorted Perspectives Festival: K-X-P, Exmagician, SlowPlaceLikeHome, Robocobra Quartet & more

    Regional Cultural Centre

    Letterkenny

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    The Distorted Perspectives festival in Letterkenny returns this year over April 28 & 29, with an incredibly strong bill over the weekend at the Regional Cultural Centre.

    Performing are Finnish kraut-tronica act K-X-P, who blend trance, glam-punk, rock'n'roll, krautrock and cosmische - check out 'Cymbalism' - an appearance from Spacemen 3 legend Will CarruthersExmagician, Donegal psychtronica SlowPlaceLikeHome.

    Hannah PeelRobocobra QuartetTuath, Aul Boy, The Barbiturates, Free Sunshine Acid and The Gatefolds.

     

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Percolator 'Sestra' Album Launch w/The Sunshine Factory

    Coughlan's

    Cork

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    Krautrock/shoegaze-loving cosmic voyagers Percolator launch their debut album Sestra on Penske Recordings with a three-date Irish tour, playing Coughlan's in Cork on April 28. 

    Taking cues from My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab and the likes, their textures and tones are next-level. Check out the video for single 'Crab Supernova' and their previous work on Bandcamp.

    Support comes from The Sunshine Factory.

    Tickets cost €8 from Coughlan's or €10 on the door. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Heck & Employed To Serve

    On The Rox

    Dublin

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    Extreme punk act and outstanding live band, Nottingham's Heck play Dublin's On The Rox on April 28.

    They've been nominated for a Kerrang! Best Live Band award, as well as having performed at Download & 2000 Trees. Originally called Baby Godzilla, they released their debut album Instructions last year, which blends thrash, mathcore, hardcore, prog-metal, punk and crust, amongst other subgenres. Check out the video for 'Good As Dead'.

    Support comes from Woking self-described 'miserable post-hardcore' act Employed To Serve, whose new album comes out in May.

    Admission costs €10 from Tickets.ie and €12 on the night. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Psychotic Reaction Presents: Exploding Eyes, Petty Youth, Dawn Chorus & Evil Echos

    The Mezz

    Dublin

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    Psychotic Reaction's show at the Mezz on April 28 is to be headlined by psych/garage rock Dubliners Exploding Eyes, who recently released their self-titled debut album. You can check them out on Bandcamp.

    Supporting are garage rock 'n rollers Petty Youth - check out 'Take Me Away' - Dawn Chorus and Evil Echos.

    Admission is free and doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Morgan Buckley & Omid Geadizadeh, Touch Sensitive & Jonny Carberry

    Bullitt

    Belfast

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    Bullitt holds its next music night on April 28 in the courtyard, featuring Morgan Buckley and Omid Geadizadeh from Dublin imprint Wah Wah Wino, known for its off-kilter electronic music, headed by Irish producer Davy Kehoe.

    Check out the krauty tape-hiss of Buckley's 'Shout Out To All The Weirdos In The Rathmines' and the pair's first Wah Wah Wadio on Soundcloud.

    As ever, Touch Sensitive will be going post-punk & house, and there'll be disco & electronic oddities from Bullitt resident Jonny Carberry.

    Admission is completely free, and tunes begin at 8pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Apr
    2017

    Wolff w/Long Tail

    Mike The Pies

    Listowel

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff headline Listowel's Mike The Pies on April 28 as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting are alternative rockers Long Tail.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Rejjie Snow

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Hip-hop artist Rejjie Snow plays a 16+ show at the Academy on April 29.

    Releasing his first mixtape in 2013, snow released his first single in 2015, followed up by a debut album on 300 Entertainment. Check out the video for 'Pink Beetle', produced by Rahki - best known for his work on Kendrick Lamar's music.

    Tickets cost €16.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Therapy? Acoustic Tour

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    NI alt. metal legends Therapy? continue their Wood & Wire acoustic tour throughout this spring, playing the Roisin Dubh on April 29.

    In 2016, the band released a new single and completed their first acoustic tour, with them also currently working on their 15th album. Check out their NvTv acoustic session from a few years back.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25.40. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    The Winter Passing 'Double Exposure Record Launch

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Launching their new album, Double Exposure, at Whelan's on April 29 are Dublin indie/emo-pop outfit The Winter Passing.

    This time around, the band went to Jawbox/Against Me producer J Robbins. Check out 'Daisy' from their 2015 album A Different Space of Mind. The band are led by sibling writing duo Rob & Kate Flynn.

    Tickets cost €8 from SeatAdvisor. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Percolator 'Sestra' Album Launch w/Ten Past Seven

    Bello Bar

    Dublin

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    Krautrock/shoegaze-loving cosmic voyagers Percolator launch their debut album Sestra on Penske Recordings with a three-date Irish tour, playing Dublin's Bello Bar on April 29. 

    Taking cues from My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab and the likes, their textures and tones are next-level. Check out the video for single 'Crab Supernova' and their previous work on Bandcamp.

    Support comes from Ten Past Seven. Check out their Black Box Recordings.

    Tickets cost €10 or €20 with LP, available from Billetto. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    God's Waiting Room: Group Zero, Ruth Bait, David Holmes, Chris Frieze

    Maple Leaf Club

    Belfast

    The next God's Waiting Room at East Belfast's Maple Leaf Club takes place on April 29, headlined by Girls Names frontman Cathal Cully, with his current solo project, Group Zero. Check out his debut album, Structures and Light.

    Ruth Bait will play live and on DJ duties, Jam Master Chris Frieze with a 3-hour DJ set from David Holmes.

    Tickets cost £11 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Heck, Employed To Serve & Destriers

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Extreme punk act and outstanding live band, Nottingham's Heck play a Solid Choice Industries show at Belfast's Voodoo on April 29.

    They've been nominated for a Kerrang! Best Live Band award, as well as having performed at Download & 2000 Trees. Originally called Baby Godzilla, they released their debut album Instructions last year, which blends thrash, mathcore, hardcore, prog-metal, punk and crust, amongst other subgenres. Check out the video for 'Good As Dead'.

    Support comes from Woking self-described 'miserable post-hardcore' act Employed To Serve, whose new album comes out in May - and opening the show are Irish metal/hardcore act Destriers - check them out on Bandcamp.

    Admission costs £12 from Billetto. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    Wolff w/Blaming Hannah

    Fred Zeppelins

    Cork

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff headline Fred Zeppelin's on April 29 as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting are Kingsale quartet Blaming Hannah.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff.

  • Sat
    29
    Apr
    2017

    K-X-P

    DBD Venue

    Dublin

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    Helsinki kraut-tronica act K-X-P play the new DBD Venue at the Mezz on April 29.

    Blending the likes of trance, glam-punk, rock'n'roll, krautrock and cosmische, they released their debut in 2010, followed up by II in 2013. Check out 'Cymbalism'.

    Tickets cost €8 from Tickets.ie, and doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    Therapy? Acoustic Tour

    Dolan's Warehouse

    Limerick

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    NI alt. metal legends Therapy? continue their Wood & Wire acoustic tour throughout this spring, playing Dolan's Warehouse in Limerick on April 30.

    In 2016, the band released a new single and completed their first acoustic tour, with them also currently working on their 15th album. Check out their NvTv acoustic session from a few years back.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €22.90. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    Booker T Jones

    CQAF Marquee

    Belfast

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    Memphis R&B/soul legend Booker T Jones plays Belfast's Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival Marquee on April 30.

    Best known for the iconic 'Green Onions' with the MGs, as well as receiving just about every award in music he's eligible for, he lent his keyboard work for everyone from Ray Charles to Neil Young, as well as producing the likes of Bill Withers, Rita Coolidge and Willie Nelson. 

    Tickets cost £20 from CQAF. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals [Live PA]

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Following his support performance for Bruno Mars at the 3Arena on April 30, the incredible talent of Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals play a short 3-song set, plus a DJ set.

    He released one of the albums of 2016 with his second LP, Malibu, fusing hip-hop, funk & soul. Check out 'Come Down'.

    Tickets cost €26 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 10pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    K-X-P w/The Sunshine Factory

    Connolly's of Leap

    Leap

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    Helsinki kraut-tronica act K-X-P play Connolly's of Leap on April 30.

    Blending the likes of trance, glam-punk, rock'n'roll, krautrock and cosmische, they released their debut in 2010, followed up by II in 2013. Check out 'Cymbalism'.

    Support comes from The Sunshine Factory.

    Tickets cost €13 on the night, and doors open at 9.30pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    Tony Law

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Multi-award-winning comedian Tony Law performs for Belfast's Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival at the Black Box on April 30.

    His current nonsense comedy show is called A Law Undo His-elf What Welcome.

    Tickets cost £10 from CQAF. Doors open at 7.45pm.

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017

    Wolff w/Brand New Dead Things

    Brewery Corner

    Kilkenny

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff play Kilkenny's Brewery Corner on April 30 as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting are Brand New Dead Things.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff.

  • Tue
    02
    May
    2017

    Booker T Jones

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Memphis R&B/soul legend Booker T Jones plays a seated show at Vicar Street on May 2.

    Best known for the iconic 'Green Onions' with the MGs, as well as receiving just about every award in music he's eligible for, he lent his keyboard work for everyone from Ray Charles to Neil Young, as well as producing the likes of Bill Withers, Rita Coolidge and Willie Nelson. 

    Tickets cost €45.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    02
    May
    2017

    Wheatus

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Following their last sold out Belfast show in 2015, Wheatus play the Limelight 2 on May 2.

    Best known for 'Teenage Dirtbag', the New York power-pop band formed in 1995 and released their eponymous 2000 debut LP.

    Tickets cost £17 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    02
    May
    2017

    The Thin Air Tuesday Throwdown: Exmagician w/ Waldorf & Cannon

    Mister Tom's Lounge, Lavery's

    Belfast

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    Just over a year from unveiling their stellar, Bella Union released debut album, Scan The Blue, we will host a live Tuesday Throwdown with one of the country's finest acts, exmagician, in Mister Tom's Lounge, Lavery's Belfast on Tuesday, May 2.  Check them out on Soundcloud.

    The Belfast psych-pop band - formed by ex-Cashier No.9 main men Danny Todd and James Smith - will be supported on the night from one of Derry's best live propositions, the simultaneous multi-instrumentalism of Waldorf & Cannon. Check out the video for 'Rise Up'.

    Admission to the show in Mister Tom's (Middle Floor) on the night is just £5, doors are at 9pm and The Thin Air DJs will be spinning a veritable rake of psych-tinged tunes throughout.

  • Wed
    03
    May
    2017

    The Comet Is Coming

    The Black Box

    Belfast

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    Moving On Music & CQAF team up to bring sonic explorers The Comet Is Coming to Belfast's Black Box on May 3. 

    Meeting in a London warehouse in 2013, the three musical cosmonauts in question are Shabaka Hutchings of Sons of Kemet & Melt Yourself Down, Danalogue and Betamax (known for Soccer96). Blending mindbending new sonic languages in the vein of Sun Ra, Zappa & the BBC Radiophonic Workshops, the band are based on the impending apocalypse. 

    Check out their Bandcamp.

    Tickets cost £12 from CQAF. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    03
    May
    2017

    Cabbage

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Socialist post-punk/indie rock band Cabbage play Belfast's Voodoo on May 3 in one of 3 Irish dates.

    The five piece's most recent release, Young, Dumb, and Full of...Cabbage is out now, and you can check out their previous EPs on Bandcamp.

    Tickets, priced £11.25, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    04
    May
    2017

    Strange Victory Presents: The Parrots w/The Penny Dreadfuls

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Coming over from Madrid, garage rock trio The Parrots come to Belfast to play a Strange Victory show at Voodoo on May 4.

    The primordial, loose-hipped rock'n'rollers recently released their debut album, Los Niños Sin Miedo on Heavenly Records. Check out the video for 'I Did Something Wrong'.

    Support comes from Belfast garage-psych act The Penny Dreadfuls. Check out their Soundcloud.

    Tickets, priced £10, are available from Ticketsolve. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    04
    May
    2017

    Gifted: Mons Olympus (Album Launch) w/Mosmo Strange, Ravens & Newt

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    May the Fourth be with you at the launch of Mars-obsessed fuzzy space-rockers Mons Olympus' album, Vampyroteuthis, at Gifted at the Empire. Check out their prior tunes on Bandcamp.

    Supporting are groove-driven QOTSA-esque rockers Mosmo Strange - check out Bandcamp - post-rock quintet Ravens and math-tinged alt. rock act Newt - check their Bandcamp.

    Admission costs £3, with doors open at 9pm.

  • Thu
    04
    May
    2017

    Fox Colony EP Launch w/Life Goals, Brash Isaac & Whale Talk

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Emo-tinged indie rock trio Fox Colony launch their new EP, Patterns at McHugh's Bar on May 4. Check their Soundcloud.

    Supporting are emo-tinged indie-punks Life Goals - check their 'Wreck Less Nature/Between The Lines' single - New Ancestors' Andrew Cameron, aka Brash Isaac - check out the video for 'In The Dark'  - and young guitar/violin duo Whale Talk.

    Admission costs £5 and doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    The Selecter & The Beat [Co-Headliner]

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Two of the most important acts in the ska/2-Tone movement, The Beat and The Selecter, have announced a show at the Academy on May 5 as part of a co-headline tour.

    The Beat formed in 1978 at the peak of unemployment and social upheaval and alongside The Specials, found much success through their messages of hope in an otherwise bleak British society.They released 3 albums before disbanding in 1983 until a one-off 2003 semi-reunion, before a full regrouping took place in 2006. Their current iteration includes Ranking Roger and  Ranking Junior onstage. Here's 'Mirror In The Bathroom'.

    Formed in Coventry in 1979, The Selecter were politically and socially charged by the vocals of rude girl Pauline Black. They were one of the most successful acts of the 2 Tone era despite releasing just 2 albums, with hits like 'On My Radio'. They disbanded in 1981 and split into Pauline Black's Selecter songwriter Neol Davies' Selecter after a reunion in 1991.

    Tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster for €30.

     

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    The Parrots

    The Loft, The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Coming over from Madrid, garage rock trio The Parrots come to Dublin to play their debut Irish performance in The Grand Social's Loft in May 5.

    The primordial, loose-hipped rock'n'rollers recently released their debut album, Los Niños Sin Miedo on Heavenly Records. Check out the video for 'I Did Something Wrong'.

    Support comes from Belfast garage-psych act The Penny Dreadfuls. Check out their Soundcloud.

    Tickets, priced €13, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    Paddy Hanna

    Upstairs @ Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Eclectic singer-songwriter Paddy Hanna headlined Whelans' Upstairs venue on May 5, following the release of his latest in a string of strong singles, 'Bad Boys'. Accompanied by a full band, he's one of Ireland's most accomplished songwriters, full of honesty, yet elusive.

    Tickets cost €13 from WAV Tickets & Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    William Basinski

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Musical pioneer, composer and all-round innovator William Basinski makes his Belfast debut at the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival in what is one of the most highly anticipated shows of the festival. He plays the Black Box on May 5.

    Employing obsolete technology and analogue tape loops, Basinski’s haunting and melancholy soundscapes explore the temporal nature of life and resound with the reverberations of memory and the mystery of time.

    Since the seminal work The Disintegration Loops, he has constantly pushed boundaries of contemporary music. Basinski’s new album A Shadow in Time was released to universal acclaim in January, widely regarded as one of his finest works yet, and his best for some years.

    This performance will feature the Irish Premiere of Basinski’s appreciation of Bowie: A Shadow In Time – For David Robert Jones.

    Tickets are available from CQAF, priced £12. Doors open at 7.45pm.

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    Mistake #04: Oh Boland, Cat Palace & Regret Will Come

    The Hut, Phibsboro

    Dublin

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    The fourth edition of Phibsboro promotion Mistakes at The Hut on May 5 is headlined by Tuam garage rockers Oh Boland. Having released their debut album, Spilt Milk last year, they're to release the follow-up, Cheap Things this year. 

    Support comes from David Blaney's mighty, moody Cat Palace - check out their psychedelic recently-unveiled video for 'Peddle It' - and lo-fi noise-pop bedroom project Regret Will Come - check their free Baby, Demonise Me EP.

    Admission costs €6 and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Fri
    05
    May
    2017

    Cabbage

    Kasbah Social Club

    Limerick

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    Socialist post-punk/indie rock band Cabbage play Limerick's Kasbah Social Club on May 5 in one of a run of Irish dates.

    The five piece's most recent release, Young, Dumb, and Full of...Cabbage is out now, and you can check out their previous EPs on Bandcamp.

    Tickets, priced €12.75, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Iron Maiden w/Shinedown

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Continuing on in their mammoth Book of Souls tour, metal behemoths Iron Maiden play Dublin's 3Arena on May 6.

    The band has now existed for over 40 years, having formed in 1975 and sold over 90 million albums worldwide. The pioneers of the new wave of British heavy metal released their sixteenth album, The Book of Souls, in 2015 and have been touring it ever since. Check out recent single, 'Speed of Light' for proof the band still has it.

    Shinedown support.

    Tickets are priced from €73.50-€78.50, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Mons Olympus, Slouch & That Snaake

    Sine É

    Dublin

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    Belfast space-prog masters Mons Olympus hold the Dublin leg of the launch tour for debut album Vampyroteuthis at Sin É on May 6. Check 'em on Bandcamp.

    Supporting are slack fuzz-loving trio Slouch - check out their new single - and schizoid post-punk noiseniks That Snaake - listen to Blinded By The Smell.

    Admission is free and music starts at 9pm.

     

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    The Urges 'Time Will Pass' Launch

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    The Retro Revival Indie Club brings us the launch show of psychedelic rock 'n rollers The Urges' new single, title track of their album, Time Will Pass on May 6. 

    Admission costs €8 and doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Sugarhill Gang

    Festival Marquee, Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Old-school hip-hop/disco group The Sugarhill Gang play the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival's Marquee on May 6 in Belfast.

    With 'Rappers Delight', their first hit, being acknowledged as the first ever hip-hop song, and biggest selling hit in the genre of all time. Following the 2014 passing of Big Bank Hank, the remaining members of the original lineup embarked on tour in 2016, performing across the world.

    Tickets cost £15 from CQAF. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Cabbage

    Green Room @ The Academy

    Dublin

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    Socialist post-punk/indie rock band Cabbage play Dublin's Academy Green Room on May 6 in one of a run of Irish dates around their Kasabian support slot at The Olympia Theatre.

    The five piece's most recent release, Young, Dumb, and Full of...Cabbage is out now, and you can check out their previous EPs on Bandcamp.

    Tickets, priced €13, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Wolff w/D Day

    Monroes

    Galway

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff headline Monroes in Galway on May 6 as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting are D Day.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff.

  • Sat
    06
    May
    2017

    Mary Ocher & Cobra Truth

    Tivoli Backstage

    Dublin

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    Berlin-based Russian artist Mary Ocher plays the Tivoli Backstage on May 6, thanks to Enthusiastic Eunuch Promotions.

    Having made Karen O a devout fanatic, she's got the credibility, and with challenging music about authority, identity & conflict and her latest album, The West Against The People perpetuates this - read her essay on it. Check out the video for 'The Endlessness'.

    Also playing is The Jimmy Cake & Molossus' Cobra Truth, moniker of Thomas Parks, in his audio-visual performance, 'The Archaeoslogist', blending theatre and drone jazz.

    Tickets cost €12 from Billetto. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    07
    May
    2017

    Bridget Christie: Because You Demanded It

    The MAC

    Belfast

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    Multi-award winning comic Bridget Christie returns to Belfast to play the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival at the MAC on May 7.

    On this tour, she's bringing her Because You Demanded It show, based around the liberal comedienne's feelings on the UK leaving the EU - which will take on different strains of comic relief depending on your feelings towards Brexit, be it bearing witness to a liberal meltdown or joining in the despair. Christie was given the Guardian's top spot in the top 10 comedy sets of 2016.

    Tickets cost £15 and £13 concession from CQAF. Doors open at 7.15pm, with the show kicking off at 7.45pm.

  • Tue
    09
    May
    2017
    Wed
    10
    May
    2017

    Deftones

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Having last played the city back in 2006, Deftones have announced they will play Dublin’s Vicar Street on May 9 and 10.

    Posting on their Facebook page, the Sacramento alternative metal five-piece band said they were “finally returning” after “many years”. Formed in 1988 by four of the 5 current members, they have released 8 albums since their lineup settled in 1993. Back in April, Deftones released their eighth studio album, Gore. Stream it here.

    Tickets cost €50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    09
    May
    2017

    Cherry Glazerr

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Noise-pop garage rockers Cherry Glazerr play Whelan's on May 9.

    Formed in 2013 by Clementine Creevy, Hannah Uribe & Sean Redman, they released a couple of albums before their breakthrough this year, Apocalipstick. Check out 'Told You I'd Be With The Guys'.

    Tickets cost €15 from Ticketmaster & Whelans. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    09
    May
    2017
    Wed
    10
    May
    2017

    Bridget Christie: Because You Demanded It

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    Multi-award winning comic Bridget Christie makes her Dublin debut appearance over two nights at the Sugar Club on May 9 & 10.

    On this tour, she's bringing her Because You Demanded It show, based around the feminist comedienne's feelings on the UK leaving the EU - which will take on different strains of comic relief depending on your feelings towards Brexit, be it bearing witness to a liberal meltdown or joining in the despair. Christie was given the Guardian's top spot in the top 10 comedy sets of 2016. 

    The show will be followed by a book-signing of her first, A Book For Her

    Tickets are available from The Sugar Club, priced at €23. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    10
    May
    2017

    Ian William Craig

    Bello Bar

    Dublin

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    Enthusiastic Eunuch brings critics' favourite, Edmonton, Canada's Ian William Craig to Dublin for his first ever Irish show, when he plays Bello Bar on May 10.

    He released his latest album, Centres, through Fat Cat Records last year, which was a swirling melding of drone, manipulated drones, ambient shoegaze and noise-pop, synth & tape-hissed textures. It earned high placements on 2016 end-of-year lists from the likes of Wire and The Quietus. Listen to it here.

    Tickets cost €12, available from Billetto. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    11
    May
    2017

    Bob Dylan

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    As part of a UK & Irish tour, Bob Dylan comes to Dublin's 3Arena on May 11.

    There's not much more be said about the 75 year old folk singer, other than this has the potential to be his last show on the isle, having just been awarded a Nobel Prize for literature.

    Tickets are priced from €65.50-€121 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    11
    May
    2017

    Salad Boyz EP Launch w/Wasps, Parapa Palace & Pandora Ills

    Voodoo

    Belfast

     

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    Belfast pranksters Salad Boyz launch their new EP, Silly Guys Having A Fun Time with a show at Voodoo on May 11 - check out the video for new single, 'Crocodile'.

    Supporting are math-rock-tinged duo Wasps - check out the video for 'Future Endeavours' - jangly indie-pop act Parapa Palace and Pandora Ills.

    Admission costs £5 and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Fri
    12
    May
    2017

    Discharge w/Hornets, Suckin' Diesel & Lawfucker

    The Empire

    Belfast

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    British hardcore pioneers Discharge play the Empire in Belfast on May 12.

    Formed in 1977, their initial run lasted for a decade, characterised by a slew of lineup changes, furiously impassioned anarcho-pacifist vocals married to raw, thick, guitar-driven attacks. Described most concisely as high-speed noise overload, they sounded like very little else when they released their debut album, Hear Nothing See Nothing Say nothing, in 1982 - the hardcore crossover trademark drumbeat, the d-beat, was even named after the band.

    Listen to Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing.

    Support comes from Belfast sludgy hardcore quartet Hornets, Belfast punks Suckin' Diesel and Lawfucker.

    Tickets cost £15 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Fri
    12
    May
    2017

    Wolff w/Anna-Liese

    Central Arts

    Waterford

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy garage/blues rock outfit Wolff play Waterford Central Arts as part of a 7-date Irish tour with full band, on May 12. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting is Anna-Liese.

    Tickets, priced €7 from Wolff.

  • Sat
    13
    May
    2017

    Discharge

    Voodoo Lounge

    Dublin

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    British hardcore pioneers Discharge play Dublin's Voodoo Lounge in Belfast on May 13.

    Formed in 1977, their initial run lasted for a decade, characterised by a slew of lineup changes, furiously impassioned anarcho-pacifist vocals married to raw, thick, guitar-driven attacks. Described most concisely as high-speed noise overload, they sounded like very little else when they released their debut album, Hear Nothing See Nothing Say nothing, in 1982 - the hardcore crossover trademark drumbeat, the d-beat, was even named after the band.

    Listen to Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing.

    Tickets cost €17.50 from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    13
    May
    2017

    Clean Cut Kid (14+)

    The Academy 2

    Dublin

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    Dublin's Academy 2 hosts fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid on May 13 in a 14+ show, following the release of their debut album, Felt, on May 5. Check out the video for 'Leaving You Behind'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €13. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Sat
    13
    May
    2017

    Arborist, Pixie Saytar, Heliopause & Stoker Ray

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Shizznigh brings a strong bill of songwriters to Voodoo on May 13, headed by masterful singer-songwriter Mark McCambridge, aka Arborist. He's just off the back of his acclaimed debut album, Home Burial. Check it out on Bandcamp.

    Supporting is alternative singer-songwriter Pixie Saytar, who released her second album, In Hindsight, 2016, veteran folk-pop act Heliopause, who released their third album, How Can We Laugh After This in 2016 too. Opening the night is Stoker Ray.

    Tickets are available from WeGotTickets, priced at £6. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    13
    May
    2017

    Ducking Punches, Anna's Anchor, Hostile Smiles & Natures

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    As part of a short joint Irish tour, Norwich band Ducking Punches play The Workman's Club on May 13. Normally a four piece punk act, their frontman will be stripping back their tunes to their core. Check out the video for 'Greedy Bones' featuring Frank Turner, off their latest album, Fizzy Brain, out on Xtra Mile.

    Limerick emo/punk-pop act Anna's Anchor share the bill - watch the video for lead single, 'Hampton' from their 2016 debut album, Nautical Miles - as well as acoustic emo/folk act Hostile Smiles and emo singer-songwriter Dáithí Murphy, aka Natures.

    Admission costs €6 and doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    14
    May
    2017

    Ducking Punches, Anna's Anchor, Empty Lungs & Life Goals

    The Sunflower Bar

    Belfast

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    The Sunflower Bar hosts a solo acoustic show for Norwich band Ducking Punches on May 14. Normally a four piece punk act, their frontman will be stripping back their tunes to their core. Check out the video for 'Greedy Bones' featuring Frank Turner, off their latest album, Fizzy Brain, out on Xtra Mile.

    Limerick emo/punk-pop act Anna's Anchor share the bill as part of their 3-date joint Irish tour - watch the video for lead single, 'Hampton' from their 2016 debut album, Nautical Miles - as well as alt-punk trio Empty Lungs, who've just released their new Don't Get It EP on Canadian label Hidden Pony Records - check out the video for 'Medicine'. Opening the show are Belfast-based indie-punks Life Goals - check out their Bandcamp.

    Admission costs £5 and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Tue
    16
    May
    2017

    Howe Gelb Piano Trio

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Giant Sand frontman Howe Gelb returns to Whelan's on May 16 to perform as part of his piano trio.

    The Tucson-based singer-songwriter last year called it a day after over 3 decades of his eclectic alt. country-tinged outlet Giant Sand, having relentlessly released solo albums since the early 90s. He released Future Standards last year, taking a jazz-tinged outsider take on early gospel and R&B music.

    Check out Future Standards.

    Tickets, priced at €30, are available from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    16
    May
    2017

    George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    P-Funk innovator George Clinton returns to Dublin on May 16 for a show at Vicar Street alongside his two most heralded projects, ParliamentFunkadelic.

    Revolutionising R&B, soul, funk, and crossing over into the acid-rock audience in the late '60s & '70s like no-one ever had before, influenced by the likes of Hendrix, Sly Stone, Zappa & Ash Ra, he released a huge number of essential albums throughout his career, especially both bands' '70s purple patches - memorably on the likes of Maggot Brain, Mothership Connection One Nation Under A Groove.

    His P-Funk philosophy heavily inspired by the latter, stood for Parliament-Funkadelic, Psychedelic Funk & Plainfield Funk, amongst others. Clinton's long-term influence really started to rear its head towards the early '90s with the popularity of funk-leaning hip-hop like Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and Warren G, as well as the obvious debt owed from funkier rock acts like Primus and the Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €39.50 & €45.50. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    17
    May
    2017

    The Cranberries

    Waterfront Hall

    Belfast

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    Limerick irish Celtic-tinged alternative outfit The Cranberries play an acoustic show at the Waterfront Hall on May 17.

    Formed in 1989 and fronted by Dolores O'Riordan, the act incorporated indie-pop, post-punk, pop rock and tradition and jangly indie elements. They sold over 40 million albums throughout the 90s. They debuted with Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? which brought the band international success, with one of their biggest hits, 'Linger'.

    Tickets cost £38-£52.50, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    18
    May
    2017

    Limmy: 'That's Your Lot' The Book Tour

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Glaswegian alternative comedian Brian Limond, aka Limmy, brings his book tour for his second collection of stories, That's Your Lot to Dublin's Vicar Street on May 18.

    He's known for his Vines and most importantly, sketch comedy Limmy's Show - one of the most unique & best sketch shows ever to come from the UK. This will be a night of storytelling and chit chat as he introduces his second book, featuring stories that are dafter and darker than before.

    Includes audience Q&A and book signing. 2015 saw him release his first book, Daft Wee Stories. His approach to comedy has become increasingly challenging on the topics of mental health, society & politics, using absurdism & his 'World of Glasgow' as the filter through which he views the world.

  • Thu
    18
    May
    2017

    The Cranberries

    Bord Gais Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Limerick irish Celtic-tinged alternative outfit The Cranberries play an acoustic show with a string quartet at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on May 18.

    Formed in 1989 and fronted by Dolores O'Riordan, the act incorporated indie-pop, post-punk, pop rock and tradition and jangly indie elements. They sold over 40 million albums throughout the 90s. They debuted with Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? which brought the band international success, with one of their biggest hits, 'Linger'.

    Tickets cost €49.65, available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    18
    May
    2017

    San Fermin

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    San Fermin play the Sugar Club on May 18.

    The Brooklyn-based band, based around bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone, released their third album, BelongThe project initially performed a single concert from sheet music and proceeded to sign a record deal in December 2012. Their eponymous debut was released one year later to rave reviews, going on to open for the likes of The National, Arctic Monkeys & St Vincent.

    Check out recent single, 'Open'.

    Tickets cost €16.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    19
    May
    2017

    Angel Olsen

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Having released easily one of the albums of the year in My Woman, Angel Olsen has announced she will return to Ireland for three dates in May as part of a forthcoming European tour, playing Vicar Street on May 19.

    After working alongside the likes of Bonnie Prince Billy, her first two albums gradually gained her momentum, with Burn Your Fire For No Witness ending up on almost every end-of-year lift that mattered. Check out the video for 'Shut Up Kiss Me'.

    Tickets cost €22.90 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    19
    May
    2017
    Sat
    20
    May
    2017

    Limmy: 'That's Your Lot' The Book Tour

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Glaswegian alternative comedian Brian Limond, aka Limmy, brings his book tour for his second collection of stories, That's Your Lot to Belfast, playing two now sold out dates at Mandela Hall on May 19 & 20.

    He's known for his Vines and most importantly, sketch comedy Limmy's Show - one of the most unique & best sketch shows ever to come from the UK. This will be a night of storytelling and chit chat as he introduces his second book, featuring stories that are dafter and darker than before.

    Includes audience Q&A and book signing. 2015 saw him release his first book, Daft Wee Stories. His approach to comedy has become increasingly challenging on the topics of mental health, society & politics, using absurdism & his 'World of Glasgow' as the filter through which he views the world.

  • Sat
    20
    May
    2017

    Angel Olsen

    Cork Opera House

    Cork

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    Having released easily one of the albums of the year in My Woman, master songwriter Angel Olsen has announced she will return to Ireland for three dates in May as part of a forthcoming European tour, playing Cork Opera House on May 20.

    After working alongside the likes of Bonnie Prince Billy, her first two albums gradually gained her momentum, with Burn Your Fire For No Witness ending up on almost every end-of-year lift that mattered. Check out the video for 'Shut Up Kiss Me'.

  • Sat
    20
    May
    2017

    The Velvet Underground and Nico

    The MAC

    Belfast

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    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the - for once, justified use of the word - seminal debut album, Belfast's The MAC hosts a playthrough of The Velvet Underground & Nico on May 20. 

    Performing at the show are guests including The Answer's Cormac Neeson, VerseChorusVerse, aka Tony Wright, Dan Gregory, Alana Henderson, Dean Stevens, Michael Mormecha, Fiona O'Kane, David Preston, Chris McCorry, with more to be announced.

    Released in March 1967 by Verve Records, The Velvet Underground & Nico is now widely recognised as one of the greatest and most influential albums in the history of popular music.

    Accompanied by vocalist Nico, the album was recorded in 1966 while the group were featured on Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable multimedia event tour, which gained attention for its experimental performance sensibilities and controversial topics, including drug abuse, prostitution and sexual deviancy.

    Brian Eno famously stated that while the album initially only sold 30,000 copies, "everyone who bought one of those 30,000 copies started a band."

    Tickets are available from The MAC, priced from £12.50-£25. Door open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    20
    May
    2017

    Wolff w/Sub Motion

    Upstairs, Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Hefty Wexford-based trashy blues outfit Wolff headline upstairs at Whelan's on May 20. Check him out on Soundcloud, and the new video for single 'Flesh Blood Skin & Bone'.

    Supporting are Sub Motion.

    Tickets, priced €8, are available from Seat Advisor and Wolff. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    21
    May
    2017

    Angel Olsen w/Tim Darcy

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    Having released easily one of the albums of the year in My Woman, master songwriter Angel Olsen has announced she will return to Ireland for three dates in May as part of a forthcoming European tour, playing Belfast's Empire on May 21.

    After working alongside the likes of Bonnie Prince Billy, her first two albums gradually gained her momentum, with Burn Your Fire For No Witness ending up on almost every end-of-year lift that mattered. Check out the video for 'Shut Up Kiss Me'.

    Supporting is Ought frontman Tim Darcy - check out his new single, 'Tall Glass of Water'.

    Tickets cost £17 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    21
    May
    2017

    Werner Herzog

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    One of cinema's greatest figures Werner Herzog comes to Dublin's National Concert Hall on May 21 as part of the International Literature Festival events.

    Filmmaker, cult icon and resounding proclaimer of the obscenity of nature, his masterworks include documentaries and films alike, such as Grizzly ManAguirre, The Wrath of GodFitzcarraldo and a great deal more over a career spanning over half a century. Here's a video of him getting shot during an interview and continuing with the conversation.

    Tickets, priced €22.50-€25, are available from NCH.ie. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    23
    May
    2017

    Professor Brian Cox Live

    SSE Arena

    Belfast

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    One of the world's foremost communicators of scientific knowledge to the masses, Professor Brian Cox OBE, performs at Belfast's 3Arena on May 23, following the near-instant sellout of his 2016 Irish shows.

    The former keys player for D:Ream takes audiences on a journey through space and time, hitting on high science and the cosmos. There will be an interview conducted by his Infinite Monkey Cage co-host Robin Ince. Cox is technically a particle physicist, a Royal Society University Researcher, working on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, and is a professor at the university of Manchester. He's also responsible for much of the popularity in subjects like astronomy in physics, with his shows for the BBC.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Wed
    24
    May
    2017

    Professor Brian Cox Live

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    One of the world's foremost communicators of scientific knowledge to the masses, Professor Brian Cox OBE, performs at the 3Arena on May 24, following his near-instant sellout of his 2016 Irish shows.

    The former keys player for D:Ream takes audiences on a journey through space and time, hitting on high science and the cosmos. There will be an interview conducted by his Infinite Monkey Cage co-host Robin Ince. Cox is technically a particle physicist, a Royal Society University Researcher, working on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, and is a professor at the university of Manchester. He's also responsible for much of the popularity in subjects like astronomy in physics, with his shows for the BBC.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €40.

  • Wed
    24
    May
    2017

    Damo Suzuki w/The Wood Burning Savages

    Regional Cultural Centre

    Letterkenny

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    Presented by Distorted Perspectives, the legendary Damo Suzuki, vocalist of pioneering Krautrock group CAN, comes to play the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny, backed up by Derry politically-charged indie-pop outfit The Wood Burning Savages.

    This is set to be an unmissable event for anyone with even a passing interest in experimental and improvised music.

    Featuring “an assembly of sound carriers to communicate with each other and the audience”, Suzuki has performed as ‘Damo Suzuki’s Network’ since 1983. The Japanese-born, Cologne-based vocalist and musician has recorded a number of hugely influential albums such as Tago Mago, Future Days, and Ege Bamyasi.

    Tickets are €10 plus booking fee from Ticketsolve. Doors are at 8pm.

  • Wed
    24
    May
    2017

    Seu Jorge Presents The Life Aquatic: A Tribute To David Bowie

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Brazilian singer-songwriter Seu Jorge comes to Europe over summer to bring his tribute to David Bowie in the form of his music for the soundtrack to Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic. He plays Vicar Street on May 24.

    In the film, he plays singing sailor Pelé dos Santos, performing several Bowie songs in Portuguese on acoustic in his own contempory-traditional style. Bowie himself said: “Had Seu Jorge not recorded my songs in Portuguese, I would never have heard this new level of beauty which he has imbued them with.”

    Check out The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions.

    Tickets cost €40 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    24
    May
    2017

    Aaron Shanley & The Horrortongues Album Launch w/No Oil Paintings & Bronagh Broderick

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Singer-songwriter Aaron Shanley releases his long-awaited debut album in a Shizznigh show at McHugh's Basement on May 24, accompanied by backing band The Horrortongues. Check out the video for 'My Mind Ain't Pretty (At The Minute)'

    Supporting are rootsy folk/country five piece No Oil Paintings and Belfast-based modern folk singer-songwriter Bronagh Broderick.

    Tickets, priced £5, are available from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Thu
    25
    May
    2017

    The Unthanks - How Wild the Wind Blows

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Folk-singing sisters Rachel & Becky Unthank, The Unthanks come to Dublin's Vicar Street on May 25 with their unique show displaying the songs and poems of Molly Drake.

    In the 1950s, wistful mother Molly Drake made some simple home recordings in her family sitting room, and decades later her son Nick Drake would become one of the most beloved and revered folk singers of all time, with the dust blown off her own songs - which were themselves as bittersweet and pensive as Nick's. Her work was released in 2013, and The Unthanks found it so strong on its own merit, that they have brought their show to fruition, with the permission of the Drake estate and full blessing of her daughter, actress Gabrielle Drake.

    The Mercury-nominated folk act, as they did with Robert Wyatt and Anthony & The Johnsons, will be accompanied with the release of an album of Molly Drake's work - Diversions Vol. 4. Their latest in a line of projects.

    Tickets cost €28 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    25
    May
    2017

    Talos

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Cork's Eoin French, aka atmosfolk act Talos, plays nine Irish dates in support of his debut album, Wild Alee, coming up north on May 25 to play Belfast's Voodoo.

    He released his a recent EP, O Sanctum in August, with the single 'Your Love Is An Island' gaining a lot of momentum, marked by acclaimed live shows. Check out the lead track from Wild Alee, 'Odyssey'.

    Tickets cost £12.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    26
    May
    2017

    The Skids

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    As part of their 40th anniversary UK & Irish tour, Scottish punk legends The Skids play Dublin's Academy on May 26.

    The Dunfermline band comprises  former members Richard Jobson, Bill Simpson & Mike Baillie, as well as Big Country's Bruce & Jamie Watson. Having formed in 1977, they supported the Clash before signing to Virgin for a string of huge singles, most notably 'Into The Valley'. The band released four albums before their split, with guitarist Stuart Adamson achieving huge success with Big Country, before he unfortunately took his own life in 2001.

    Tickets cost €28 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    26
    May
    2017

    Damo Suzuki & Blue Whale w/Robocobra Quartet

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Presented by The Thin Air and Moving On Music, the legendary Damo Suzuki, vocalist of pioneering Krautrock group CAN, will return to Belfast for a fully improvised show with experimental rock maestros Blue Whale, and Californian improviser, sound artist, inventor and writer, Paul Stapleton.

    This is set to be an unmissable event for anyone with even a passing interest in experimental and improvised music.

    Featuring “an assembly of sound carriers to communicate with each other and the audience”, Suzuki has performed as ‘Damo Suzuki’s Network’ since 1983. The Japanese-born, Cologne-based vocalist and musician has recorded a number of hugely influential albums such as Tago Mago, Future Days, and Ege Bamyasi.

    Support on the night comes from one of the country’s very best bands, Robocobra Quartet. Check out their debut album, Music For All Occasions, on Bandcamp.

    Tickets are £13 plus booking fee from Eventbrite. Doors are at 9pm, with The Thin Air DJs before and after.

  • Fri
    26
    May
    2017

    George Ezra

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    English pop singer-songwriter George Ezra plays Belfast's Limelight 1 on May 26 as part of his Top Secret Tour.

    Following his string of sold-out Belfast shows, this one will be a fast-seller. His 2014 debut album went to number 1, and there's no doubt his next release will do much the same. 

    Tickets are available, priced at £22.50 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    27
    May
    2017

    The Skids

    The Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    As part of their 40th anniversary UK & Irish tour, Scottish punk legends The Skids play Belfast's Limelight on May 27.

    The Dunfermline band comprises  former members Richard Jobson, Bill Simpson & Mike Baillie, as well as Big Country's Bruce & Jamie Watson. Having formed in 1977, they supported the Clash before signing to Virgin for a string of huge singles, most notably 'Into The Valley'. The band released four albums before their split, with guitarist Stuart Adamson achieving huge success with Big Country, before he unfortunately took his own life in 2001.

    Tickets cost £22.50 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    27
    May
    2017

    Guns N' Roses

    Slane Castle

    Co. Meath

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    The (mostly) reunited Guns N' Roses come to Ireland to play Slane Castle on May 27 as one of 35 massive stadium shows across Europe & North America this year.

    This show comes 25 years after they first played in Slane. The band formed in 1985, releasing Appetite For Destruction in 1987. The reunion includes Axl, Slash & Duff, with Dizzy Reed & Melissa Reese on keyboard, Richard Fortus on rhythm guitar, Frank Ferrer on drums.

    Tickets are priced upwards of €89.50 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 2pm.

  • Sat
    27
    May
    2017

    Damo Suzuki

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Presented by the Retro Revival Future Club, the legendary Damo Suzuki, vocalist of pioneering Krautrock group CAN, comes to play The Grand Social on May 27.

    This is set to be an unmissable event for anyone with even a passing interest in experimental and improvised music.

    Featuring “an assembly of sound carriers to communicate with each other and the audience”, Suzuki has performed as ‘Damo Suzuki’s Network’ since 1983. The Japanese-born, Cologne-based vocalist and musician has recorded a number of hugely influential albums such as Tago Mago, Future Days, and Ege Bamyasi.

    Tickets are €15 from Tickets.ie. Doors are at 8pm.

  • Sun
    28
    May
    2017

    Afghan Whigs w/Ed Harcourt

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    '90s Cincinnati alternative rock icons Afghan Whigs, return to Ireland after a long time away to play the Dublin's Academy on May 28.

    Starting out in 1986 as a garage band, before signing to Sub Pop and becoming one of the prominent figures of the grunge movements, with their major-label debut and fourth album, 1993's Gentlemen being a classic of the genre. Fronted by Greg Dulli - also of the Twilight Singers & Gutter Twins - they broke up in 2001 before a full reunion in 2012. They're about to release In Spades, the second post-reformation album. Watch the video for 'Gentlemen'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €24. Doors open at 7pm.

     

  • Tue
    30
    May
    2017

    Clean Cut Kid

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Voodoo hosts fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid on May 30.

    Their debut album, Felt, has a May 5 release - check out the video for 'Leaving You Behind'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at £11. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    30
    May
    2017

    George Ezra

    The Big Top

    Co. Limerick

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    English pop singer-songwriter George Ezra plays Limerick's Big Top on May 30.

    Following his string of sold-out Belfast shows, this one will be a fast-seller. His 2014 debut album went to number 1, and there's no doubt his next release will do much the same. 

    Tickets are available, priced at €30 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    31
    May
    2017

    Minus The Bear w/Joan of Arc

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    May 31 sees the return of Seattle indie rock act Minus The Bear to Dublin, when they play Whelan's to promote their sixth album, Voids, their first in five years.

    Formed out of members of Botch, Kill Sadie & Sharks Keep Moving, they've dabbled in math-rock and experimentation in their time together since 2001. Their most successful record, Infinity Overhead, came out in 2012, as the band have gradually built on their popularity as time goes on. Check out Voids.

    Supporting are Chicago emo/indie rock band Joan Of Arc, who have been together since 1996, and had members in bands like American Football, and were formed in the wake of Cap'n Jazz' dissolution in 1995.

    Tickets are available from Seat Advisor and Ticketmaster, priced at €20.

  • Thu
    01
    Jun
    2017

    The Staves

    The Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    British folk sister trio The Staves are to play The Limelight 1 on June 1.

    The Staveley-Taylor sisters began performing open nights in their native Watford but eventually attracted some attention. They released their 2012 debut album Dead & Born & Grown to good acclaim, and have grown in maturity since then, with strong Laurel Canyon influences growing throughout.

    Check out their pristine, Fairport Convention-recalling single 'Blood I Bled' from their 2014 EP of the same name, for some evidence of their growing harmonic prowess. They released their third album If I Was in 2015, with their most recent release being last year's Sleeping In A Car. They look to be gearing for a new release - check out new single 'Tired As Fuck'.

    Tickets, priced at £19, are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm as it's an early show.

  • Fri
    02
    Jun
    2017
    Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    Kraftwerk 3D

    Bord Gais Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Following hugely successful worldwide concert tours, German electronic legends Kraftwerk will bring their career-distilling 3-D show to Dublin’s Bord Gais Energy Theatre on June 2 & 3. 

    Bringing together music and performance art, the concerts are a true “Gesamtkunstwerk – a total work of art.” Formed in 1969 in Düsseldorf by Ralf Hütter & Florian Schneider, releasing experimental rock in the early 70s as part of the krautrock scene before fully embracing electronics & achieving huge commercial success with AutobahnTrans-Europe Express and The Man-MachineTheir image has always been key to the band's identity, and this 3D tour is the logical step for them in the 21st century.

    Tickets are priced from €62.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    02
    Jun
    2017
    Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    AVA Festival & Conference

    T13

    Belfast

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    AVA Festival takes place in Belfast's T13 venue in the Titanic Quarter across Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd June.

    During the days there will be conferences from 11am. Amongst the first announcements are Jeff Mills & Guillaume Marmin: Close Encounters of the Fourth KindMarcel DettmanBicepFatima YamahaMidland, Job Jobse, Ben UFO, Rebekah, Tinfoil: Sunil Sharpe, Tinfoil: Defekt, New Jackson (Live), Ejeca, Denis Sulta, Myler, Jordan, OR:LA and many more.

    Tickets are available here.

  • Fri
    02
    Jun
    2017

    Ron Sexsmith

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Prolific Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith plays Dublin's Academy on June 2, following the release of his thirteenth album The Last Rider, his first to be self-produced.

    Sexsmith rose to prominence following the 2010 documentary, Love Shines, which followed the musician as he was on a last-ditch effort to achieve a hit. His songwriting prowess has made fans of the likes of Elvis Costello, Steve Earle and Elton John.

    Check out this 2013 live set from Sexsmith for Paste Magazine.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €28.

  • Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017
    Mon
    05
    Jun
    2017

    Forbidden Fruit Festival: Orbital, Aphex Twin & Bon Iver

    Irish Museum of Modern Art

    Dublin

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    Set to return for its seventh instalment on the June Bank Holiday Weekend (June 3-5), it's been revealed that will Richard D James will headline the Sunday night of this year's Forbidden Fruit festival in Dublin. With Orbital headlining the Saturday, Bon Iver topping the bill on Monday night.

    Sharing the bill is Flying Lotus, Lisa Hannigan, The Staves, Gordi and Paul Thomas Saunders amongst the acts for set for the Monday installment, it's shaping up to be the strongest Forbidden Fruit line-up to date.

    Tickets can be bought here, priced €145.50 for a 3-day weekend ticket.

  • Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    Ben Ottewell (Gomez) & Winter Mountain

    Upstairs, Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Singer-songwriter and guitarist of British indie rockers Gomez Ben Ottewell returns for some Irish dates, playing upstairs at Whelan's on June 3.

    He went solo in the same year Gomez released their final album, releasing LPs Shapes & Shadows in 2011 and 2014's Rattlebag. Now with some new material, he'll play a few from the Gomez canon, with plenty of established and new efforts. Check out Rattlebag.

    Supporting is Cornwall outfit Winter Mountain - check him out.

    Tickets cost €17 from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sun
    04
    Jun
    2017

    Kraftwerk 3D

    The Waterfront Hall

    Belfast

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    Following hugely successful worldwide concert tours, German electronic legends Kraftwerk will bring their career-distilling 3-D show to Dublin’s Bord Gais Energy Theatre and Belfast’s Waterfront Hall on June 2 and 4 next year.

    Bringing together music and performance art, the concerts are a true “Gesamtkunstwerk – a total work of art.” Formed in 1969 in Düsseldorf by Ralf Hütter & Florian Schneider, releasing experimental rock in the early 70s as part of the krautrock scene before fully embracing electronics & achieving huge commercial success with AutobahnTrans-Europe Express and The Man-MachineTheir image has always been key to the band's identity, and this 3D tour is the logical step for them in the 21st century.

    Tickets are priced from £49.

  • Sun
    04
    Jun
    2017

    Ben Ottewell (Gomez) & Winter Mountain

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Singer-songwriter and guitarist of British indie rockers Gomez Ben Ottewell returns for some Irish dates, playing in McHugh's Basement on June 4.

    He went solo in the same year Gomez released their final album, releasing LPs Shapes & Shadows in 2011 and 2014's Rattlebag. Now with some new material, he'll play a few from the Gomez canon, with plenty of established and new efforts. Check out Rattlebag.

    Supporting is Cornwall outfit Winter Mountain - check him out.

    Tickets cost £14 from Ticketmaster, Katy's Bar and Shine. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Mon
    05
    Jun
    2017

    Forbidden Fruit: Bon Iver, Flying Lotus, Lisa Hannigan & more

    Museum of Modern Art

    Kilmainham, Dublin

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    Having returned in style back in September with 22, A Million, it’s been announced that Bon Iver will headline and curate the Monday line-up the Forbidden Fruit Festival 2017 on June 5. 

    Taking place, as ever, on the grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art at The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Justin Vernon’s bill will feature special guests Flying Lotus, Lisa Hannigan, The Staves, Gordi and Paul Thomas Saunders, with more to be announced in the new year.

    The festival runs from Sunday, June 3-Monday, June 5. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €59.50 for day tickets and €159.50 for the whole weekend. Gates open at 3pm.

  • Mon
    05
    Jun
    2017

    Limmy: 'That's Your Lot' The Book Tour

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Glaswegian alternative comedian Brian Limond, aka Limmy, brings his book tour for his second collection of stories, That's Your Lot back to Ireland following May sellout dates, returning to Vicar Street on June 5.

    He's known for his Vines and most importantly, sketch comedy Limmy's Show - one of the most unique & best sketch shows ever to come from the UK. This will be a night of storytelling and chit chat as he introduces his second book, featuring stories that are dafter and darker than before.

    Includes audience Q&A and book signing. 2015 saw him release his first book, Daft Wee Stories. His approach to comedy has become increasingly challenging on the topics of mental health, society & politics, using absurdism & his 'World of Glasgow' as the filter through which he views the world.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017

    Airbourne

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Australian hard rock quartet Airbourne play Dublin's Academy on June 6.

    The 'DC worshippers released their debut album in 2007, with each follow-up achieving increasing popularity. They released their fourth album in September, Breakin' Outta Hell. Check out the video for 'Rivalry'.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017

    Limmy: 'That's Your Lot' The Book Tour

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Glaswegian alternative comedian Brian Limond, aka Limmy, brings his book tour for his second collection of stories, That's Your Lot to Belfast playing another run of shows following his sellout May dates, performing at the Mandela Hall on June 6.

    He's known for his Vines and most importantly, sketch comedy Limmy's Show - one of the most unique & best sketch shows ever to come from the UK. This will be a night of storytelling and chit chat as he introduces his second book, featuring stories that are dafter and darker than before.

    Includes audience Q&A and book signing. 2015 saw him release his first book, Daft Wee Stories. His approach to comedy has become increasingly challenging on the topics of mental health, society & politics, using absurdism & his 'World of Glasgow' as the filter through which he views the world.

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017

    Agnes Obel

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Singer-songwriter Agnes Obel plays Dublin's Olympia Theatre on June 6.

    The Berlin-based Danish songstress released her third album, Citizen of Glass in October, which was broadly acclaimed and attained her highest UK chart position to date. Watch the video for 'Familiar'.

    Tickets cost €32.50 from Ticketmaster

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017

    Mitski

    Cyprus Avenue

    Cork

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    Following a sold-out Workman's show in her Irish debut last year, indie rock auteur Mitski plays 3 Irish dates, starting with Cork's Cyprus Avenue on June 6.

    She released Puberty 2, one of the most acclaimed albums of 2016, a mainstream breakthrough and fourth album altogether, building on the success of her third record, Bury Me At Makeout Creek. Check out the video for 'Your Best American Girl'.

    Ticket are available from Cyprus Avenue.

  • Wed
    07
    Jun
    2017

    Airbourne

    The Limelight

    Belfast

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    Australian hard rock quartet Airbourne play the Limelight on June 7.

    The 'DC worshippers released their debut album in 2007, with each follow-up achieving increasing popularity. They released their fourth album in September, Breakin' Outta Hell. Check out the video for 'Rivalry'.

    Tickets cost £19.50 from Ticketmaster or Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    07
    Jun
    2017

    Saint Sister

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    Cross-border atmospheric-folk-pop duo Gemma Doherty & Morgan MacIntyre, aka Saint Sister, play their biggest headline slot to date following their Dublin Christchurch performance last year, appearing at the National Concert Hall on June 7.

    The pair draw from Celtic harp traditions, '60s folk and electronic pop to create what they describe as 'atmosfolk'. They've had a fast-moving year, having played Electric Picnic and the Ulster Hall. Check out their debut EP on Bandcamp.

    Tickets cost €17.50 from NCH.ie.

  • Wed
    07
    Jun
    2017

    Mitski

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    Following a sold-out Workman's show in her Irish debut last year, indie rock auteur Mitski plays 3 Irish dates, playing Belfast's Empire Music Hall on June 7.

    She released Puberty 2, one of the most acclaimed albums of 2016, a mainstream breakthrough and fourth album altogether, building on the success of her third record, Bury Me At Makeout Creek. Check out the video for 'Your Best American Girl'.

    Ticket are available, priced at £14, from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    07
    Jun
    2017

    Chris Jericho: Live

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Iconic WWE/WCW/ECW superstar Chris Jericho comes to Belfast & Dublin on June 7 & 8, bringing The Words of Jericho to the Mandela Hall & Vicar Street, respectively.

    Known as one of the best wordsmiths in the history of the business, as well as his recent run in the WWE - one of his finest yet - he currently hosts his own successful podcast, Talk Is Jericho, which he'll be recording live at these shows. Expect Jericho to relive some stories from his early years in Mexico & Japan, before moving onto the major American wrestling companies. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    08
    Jun
    2017

    The Dillinger Escape Plan

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    New Jersey mathcore act Dillinger Escape Plan play a pair of Irish dates, starting with the Limelight 2 on June 8. 

    Formed from a hardcore punk trio called Arcane in the last nineties, they released their sixth and final album in 2016, to great acclaim as the band wish to go out while they're still on top. Listen to 'Symptom of Terminal Illness'.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    08
    Jun
    2017

    Mitski

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Following a sold-out Workman's show in her Irish debut last year, indie rock auteur Mitski plays Whelan's on June 8.

    She released Puberty 2, one of the most acclaimed albums of 2016, a mainstream breakthrough and fourth album altogether, building on the success of her third record, Bury Me At Makeout Creek. Check out the video for 'Your Best American Girl'.

    Tickets cost €18.50 from WAV Tickets and Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    08
    Jun
    2017

    Chris Jericho: Live

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Iconic WWE/WCW/ECW superstar Chris Jericho comes to Belfast & Dublin on June 7 & 8, bringing The Words of Jericho to the Mandela Hall & Vicar Street, respectively.

    Known as one of the best wordsmiths in the history of the business, as well as his recent run in the WWE - one of his finest yet - he currently hosts his own successful podcast, Talk Is Jericho, which he'll be recording live at these shows. Expect Jericho to relive some stories from his early years in Mexico & Japan, before moving onto the major American wrestling companies. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    08
    Jun
    2017

    Waldorf & Cannon 'Old Dogs New Tricks' Launch w/The Crossfire Hurricanes, The Holy Innocents & Dandy's Loft

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    One of Derry's best live propositions, the simultaneous multi-instrumentalist DIY garage-blues of Waldorf & Cannon, hold the Belfast launch of their debut album, Old Dogs New Tricks at the Empire on June 8. Check out the video for 'Rise Up'.

    Supporting are rock n' rollers The Crossfire Hurricanes,  The Holy Innocents and Lurgan indie band Dandy's Loft.

    Admission to the show is just £3, and doors are at 9pm.

  • Fri
    09
    Jun
    2017

    The Dillinger Escape Plan

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    New Jersey mathcore act Dillinger Escape Plan play a pair of Irish dates, playing Dublin's Academy on June 9. 

    Formed from a hardcore punk trio called Arcane in the last nineties, they released their sixth and final album in 2016, to great acclaim as the band wish to go out while they're still on top. Listen to 'Symptom of Terminal Illness'.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    09
    Jun
    2017

    Eddie Vedder w/Glen Hansard

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    As part of Pearl Jam frontman's forthcoming European arena dates, Eddie Vedder comes to the 3Arena on June 9.

    His debut solo album, the Into The Wild soundtrack in 2007, was followed up in 2012 with Ukulele Songs and it's expected he'll be prepping new material for a forthcoming third. He's been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year as a member of Pearl Jam. 

    Support comes from Glen Hansard.

    Tickets cost €61.45 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Fri
    09
    Jun
    2017

    Molly Nilsson & Sean Nicholas Savage w/Naoise Roo

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    The Grand Social's Loft hosts a co-headliner by independent artist Molly Nilsson and Sean Nicholas Savage on June 9.

    This show follows the May release of Nilsson's latest album, Imaginations - watch the video for the low-key anti-capitalism warcry of 'Money Never Dreams'.

    Canadian singer-songwriter Sean Nicholas Savage has put out several releases out on Bandcamp.

    Opening the show is Dublin-based songstress Naoise Roo - listen to her debut album, Lilith.

    Tickets are available for €15 from The Grand Social. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    11
    Jun
    2017

    Gojira

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    French technical progressive metal outfit Gojira return to Dublin's Academy on June 11 as part of a busy summer tour schedule.

    Having formed in 1996 under the name Godzilla, they released a series of demos, changed their name to Gojira and released their debut album, Terra Incognita in 2001. The quartet release have so far released six albums, with the most recent being last year's Magma

    Check out the video for 'Stranded'.

    Tickets, costing €25, are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Mon
    12
    Jun
    2017
    Fri
    16
    Jun
    2017

    Jackson Browne

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    West Coast soft folk-rock icon Jackson Browne plays four nights at Vicar Street on June 12, 13, 15 & 16.

    The 68 year old has sold over 18 million records and comes from the same Laurel Canyon folk scene that made stars of Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, The Byrds and The Eagles, releasing his eponymous debut album in 1972. He wrote many songs that would go on to become hits for other bands, backing Tim Buckley and Nico in the late '60s before going solo. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017

    The Stone Roses

    SSE Arena

    Belfast

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    Manchester legends The Stone Roses play Belfast's SSE Arena as one of just 3 UK tour dates on June 13.

    They've already sold out two nights at the Etihad Stadium and played Marlay Park in 2016, as well as dates at Hampden Park & Wembley Stadium making up the other 2 shows scheduled for June - impressive, considering they only released two albums in their time together. They formed in 1983, pioneering the Madchester scene in the late '80s and early '90s. The classic lineup consists of Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani & Reni, with these appearances reuniting the four. They're most beloved for their 1989 eponymous debut, which influenced an entire generation and beyond, most notably Oasis.

    Tickets cost are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017

    Hans Zimmer

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Hugely successful film composer Hans Zimmer returns to the 3Arena on June 13 as part of his 2016 live tour.

    The show will feature a choir and full orchestra, showcasing the highlights from a career that includes the soundtracks to over 120 films, grossing over $24 billion in total. He has won an Academy Award (with 10 nominations in total), two Golden Globes, three Grammys, a Tony and American Music Award. The performance will be accompanied by a spectacular visual & light show. Most recently, he's provided the soundtrack for Planet Earth II and Netflix's The Crown.

    Tickets are priced upwards from €65 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017

    The Devin Townsend Project

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Eccentric, prolific Canadian virtuoso Devin Townsend brings his primary outlet to Belfast's Limelight 1 on June 13.

    This comes following the 2016 release of their seventeenth album, Transcendence. Formerly of Strapping Young Lad, the progressive, electronic-tinged metaller was discovered by a record label in 1993 and invited to perform on Steve Vai's Sex & Religion album.  

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017

    Belsonic: Arcade Fire

    Ormeau Park

    Belfast

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    To say the 2017 Irish Summer festival calendar is already bursting at the seams with unmissable shows would be underselling it a bit. Adding to the is the highly-anticipated return of Arcade Fire, who play Belfast’s Belsonic at Ormeau Park on Tuesday, June 13 and Dublin’s Malahide Castle on Wednesday, June 14.

    Breaking through with their critical and commercial success in 2004 with Funeral which became regarded as one of, if not the indie album of the noughties. The six piece have said their fifth album is due to come out this year, and they rarely put too many feet wrong. Watch 'The Suburbs'.

    Tickets are priced £45 including booking fee and are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017

    Wintersleep

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Montreal-based indie rock quintet Wintersleep play Whelan's on June 13.

    Formed in 2001, they won a Juno Award from New Group of the Year in 2008 after their third album, which signified their push to the mainstream as their records started to chart. Wintersleep released their sixth album, The Great Detachment last year. Stream 'Amerika'.

    Tickets, priced at €17.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    14
    Jun
    2017

    Aerosmith

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    After about a decade since their last show here at Marlay Park, Aerosmith return to Dublin to play the 3Arena as part of their huge farewell tour on June 14.

    The spiritual successors to the Stones' mantle and precursors to the world-beating hard rock of Guns N' Roses, 'Smith's '70s run stands as one of the finest runs of records of any rock 'n roll band in history. 

    Tickets are priced from €89.50-€109.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Wed
    14
    Jun
    2017

    The Devin Townsend Project

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Eccentric, prolific Canadian virtuoso Devin Townsend brings his primary outlet to Dublin's Academy on June 14.

    This comes following the 2016 release of their seventeenth album, Transcendence. Formerly of Strapping Young Lad, the progressive, electronic-tinged metaller was discovered by a record label in 1993 and invited to perform on Steve Vai's Sex & Religion album.  

    Tickets cost €28 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    14
    Jun
    2017

    Arcade Fire

    Malahide Castle

    Dublin

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    To say the 2017 Irish Summer festival calendar is already bursting at the seams with unmissable shows would be underselling it a bit. Adding to the is the highly-anticipated return of Arcade Fire, who play Belfast’s Belsonic at Ormeau Park on Tuesday, June 13 and Dublin’s Malahide Castle on Wednesday, June 14.

    Breaking through with their critical and commercial success in 2004 with Funeral which became regarded as one of, if not the indie album of the noughties. The six piece have said their fifth album is due to come out this year, and they rarely put too many feet wrong. Watch 'The Suburbs'.

    Tickets are priced €69.50 including booking fee and are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    15
    Jun
    2017

    Clutch

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    As part of their Psychic Warfare tour, Maryland stoner-tinged hard rock quartet Clutch play the Academy on June 15.

    Formed in 1991 and fronted by Neil Fallon, they've released eleven albums, with the the most recent being 2015's Psychic Warfare on their own label, Weathermaker. Fallon recently announced they went to Texas to record in their current producer 'Machine''s new studio.

    Check out the video for 'The Mob Goes Wild'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €26.

  • Thu
    15
    Jun
    2017

    Paramore

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Emo-pop act Paramore return to Ireland to play the Olympia Theatre on June 15.

    Breaking through in 2005 with debut album, the more emo-tinged All We Know Is Falling, they've turned into a bona fide arena rock act, releaseing their fifth album, After Laughter in May.  Check out the video for their new single, 'Hard Times'.

    Tickets are available, priced at €29, from Ticketmaster

  • Fri
    16
    Jun
    2017

    Belsonic: The 1975

    Ormeau Park

    Belfast

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    Following their exponential growth and constant touring over the last couple of years, Mancunian art-pop quartet The 1975 have confirmed their biggest Belfast show to date, playing the Ormeau Park on June 16 as part of 2017's Belsonic.

    Formed in Manchester in 2002 as teenagers, the four piece have, to date, released 3 EPs in Facedown, Sex and Music For Cars, followed by their number one debut album and its acclaimed follow-up, I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, named Q & NME's album of the year. 

    At the time of announcement, the band have announced that production of their follow-up is underway and promises some fresh sounds from The 1975. In the meantime, have a listen to 'Girls'.

    Tickets cost £33 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Sat
    17
    Jun
    2017

    The 1975

    Malahide Castle

    Dublin

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    Following their exponential growth and constant touring over the last couple of years, Mancunian art-pop quartet The 1975 have confirmed their biggest Irish show to date, playing Malahide Castle on June 17.

    Formed in Manchester in 2002 as teenagers, the four piece have, to date, released 3 EPs in Facedown, Sex and Music For Cars, followed by their number one debut album and its acclaimed follow-up, I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, named Q & NME's album of the year. 

    At the time of announcement, the band have announced that production of their follow-up is underway and promises some fresh sounds from The 1975. In the meantime, have a listen to 'Girls'.

    Tickets cost €49.50 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 4pm.

  • Mon
    19
    Jun
    2017

    Ho99o9

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    New Jersey electronic hip-hop punk act Ho99o9 play the Workman's Club on June 19.

    The aggressive outfit have been lending credibility to the conjunction between punk & rap over the last few years, and this gig follows the release of their new album, The United States of Horror. Coming to prominence after tips from Rolling Stone and the Guardian in 2014, they've played Body & Soul here - check out the video for new single 'United States of Horror'.

    Tickets cost €17.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017

    Radiohead

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Ireland is lucky enough to have one of the few nearby arena shows from Radiohead in 2017 at Dublin's 3Arena on June 20.

    Tickets will almost definitely be sold out within minutes of their 9am sale. 

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017

    Elton John

    Live At The Marquee

    Cork

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    Elton John plays Cork's Live at the Marquee series on June 20.

    He really needs no introduction - there will be few songs in his sets even the most casual human will be unaware of. He has more than 50 Top 40 hits, has sold more than 300 million records, 7 consecutive US number 1 albums, the list goes on. He released his 33rd album this year, Wonderful Crazy Night, which is, as expected, written & composed by Elton and his long-time collaborator Bernie Taupin.

    Tickets are priced from €70, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017

    Alter Bridge

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Hard rock/alt. metal outfit Alter Bridge play the Olympia Theatre on June 20 as part of the tour for their fifth album.

    Formed from the band members of Creed after their 2004 dissolution, they snapped up incredibly talented singer Myles Kennedy - who went on to sing with Slash's solo project. Their fifth album, The Last Hero came out in 2016. Check out the video for 'Show Me A Leader'.

    Tickets are priced from €33.95, available from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017

    Melt Banana

    DBD Venue

    Dublin

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    Japanese noise-punk outfit Melt Banana play Dublin's new DBD Venue on Eustace Street on June 20.

    Paces bordering on grindcore, the band dabble with electronics, experimental and pop-structures, operating like Boredoms on a heavy dose of amphetamines. They combine lead singer Yasuko O.'s piercing vocals with effects-laden guitar playing of Agata, and their immensely tight rhythm section. Last year, they released their latest album, Fetch.

    Tickets cost €15 from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    21
    Jun
    2017

    Alter Bridge

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Hard rock/alt. metal outfit Alter Bridge play the Ulster Hall on June 21 as part of the tour for their fifth album.

    Formed from the band members of Creed after their 2004 dissolution, they snapped up incredibly talented singer Myles Kennedy - who went on to sing with Slash's solo project. Their fifth album, The Last Hero came out in 2016. Check out the video for 'Show Me A Leader'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Wed
    21
    Jun
    2017

    Melt Banana

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Once more, Strange Victory bring a fine rarity to Belfast, when Japanese noise-punk outfit Melt Banana play Voodoo on June 21.

    Paces bordering on grindcore, the band dabble with electronics, experimental and pop-structures, operating like Boredoms on a heavy dose of amphetamines. They combine lead singer Yasuko O.'s piercing vocals with effects-laden guitar playing of Agata, and their immensely tight rhythm section. Last year, they released their latest album, Fetch.

    Tickets cost £11 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    22
    Jun
    2017

    Melt Banana

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    Japanese noise-punk outfit Melt Banana play the Roisin Dubh on June 22 as part of their Irish tour.

    Paces bordering on grindcore, the band dabble with electronics, experimental and pop-structures, operating like Boredoms on a heavy dose of amphetamines. They combine lead singer Yasuko O.'s piercing vocals with effects-laden guitar playing of Agata, and their immensely tight rhythm section. Last year, they released their latest album, Fetch.

    Tickets cost €12 from the Roisin Dubh or €14 on the night. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    23
    Jun
    2017

    Zu, Jessica Moss & Robocobra Quartet

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Experimental Italian trio Zu return to Belfast for a show at the Limelight 2 on June 23 for Solid Choice Industries

    Formed in 1997 in Rome, the three members were composers & players for the theatre, fusing drum, bass & baritone saxophone. They've so far released 14 albums, and have collaborated with guests on many of their own albums, including esteemed figures like Mike Patton, Buzz Osbourne, Mats Gustafsson and Nobukazu Takemura. Check out 'Carbon', featuring Mike Patton, an appropriately off-kilter math-rock tinged slice of noise rock.

    Sharing the bill with Zu is A Silver Mt. Zion violinist and vocalist Jessica Moss - who's also been a part of albums by fellow Canadian acts Arcade Fire & Broken Social Scene - and Belfast avant-garde jazz-punk act Robocobra Quartet - check out 'Correct' from their debut album, Music For All Occasions.

    Tickets, costing £12, are available from Billetto. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    24
    Jun
    2017

    Ricky Gervais: Humanity

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Ricky Gervais brings his first stand-up show in seven years, Humanity, to the 3Arena on June 24.

    Acclaimed obviously for his comedy writing, his original four stand-up shows Animals, Fame, Politics and Science also earned acclaim, even assuring an in-exile Stewart Lee that he should return to stand-up comedy.

    Tickets cost €42 and are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    24
    Jun
    2017

    Walking On Cars

    Royal Hospital Kilmainham

    Dublin

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    Headlining the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on June 24 is Irish indie-pop band Walking On Cars.

    The Kerry five piece released their successful debut single, 'Catch Me If You Can' back in 2012, and have went from strength to strength, having a huge 2016. Their debut album, Everything This Way went to double platinum status last year. Check out the video for 'Speeding Cars'.

    Tickets, priced at €39.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Sun
    25
    Jun
    2017

    Phil Collins w/Blondie and Mike & the Mechanics

    Aviva Stadium

    Dublin

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    The Phil Collins brings his Not Dead Yet: Live show to Dublin's Aviva Stadium on June 25.

    Including his solo material, collaborations & work with Genesis, Collins achieved more US Top 40 singles than any other artist during the '80s, with 100 million record sales to his name. He announced his retirement from music in 2011, but after releasing his Not Dead Yet: The Autobiography and reissuing all his solo albums in 2016, he's made a bombastic return.

    Here's 'Another Day In Paradise'.

    Blondie support at the show.

    Tickets are priced from €89.50 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Mon
    26
    Jun
    2017
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    27
    Jun
    2017

    BADBADNOTGOOD

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    June 26 & 27 sees ChoiceCuts bring genre-hopping outfit BadBadNotGood to Dublin's Sugar Club.

    The band come from Toronto, and are known best for their jazz & electronica-laced interpretations of hip-hop songs, having collaborated with Tyler The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Danny Brown & Ghostface Killah. They released one of 2015's great albums Sour Soul with Ghostface Killah, and most recently put out their fourth album, IV

    Check out their NPR Tiny Desk Concert.

    Tickets are available from The Sugar Club, priced at €23.

  • Mon
    26
    Jun
    2017

    Walking On Cars

    The Marquee

    Cork

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    Headlining the June 26 instalment of Cork's Live At The Marquee series are Irish indie-pop band Walking On Cars.

    The Kerry five piece released their successful debut single, 'Catch Me If You Can' back in 2012, and have went from strength to strength, having a huge 2016. Their debut album, Everything This Way went to double platinum status last year. Check out the video for 'Speeding Cars'.

    Tickets, priced at €39, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017

    Green Day w/Rancid

    Ormeau Park

    Belfast

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    As part their ongoing Revolution Radio tour this year, stadium punks Green Day play Ormeau Park on June 28. 

    They released their 12th studio album in Revolution Radio this year, being something of a return to form after the few missable records after American Idiot. At this point they're one of the best-selling bands of all time, selling more than 75 million records worldwide, winning Grammys for best album for their classic Dookie and major breakout album, American Idiot. Here's recent single, 'Still Breathing'.

    Support comes from Lars Frederiksen-fronted punk quartet Rancid.

    Tickets cost £49 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Thu
    29
    Jun
    2017

    Green Day w/Rancid

    Royal Hospital Kilmainham

    Dublin

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    As part their ongoing Revolution Radio tour this year, stadium punks Green Day play Dublin's Royal Hospital Kilmainham on June 29. 

    They released their 12th studio album in Revolution Radio this year, being something of a return to form after the few missable records after American Idiot. At this point they're one of the best-selling bands of all time, selling more than 75 million records worldwide, winning Grammys for best album for their classic Dookie and major breakout album, American Idiot. Here's recent single, 'Still Breathing'.

    Support comes from Lars Frederiksen-fronted punk quartet Rancid.

    Tickets cost €59.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    29
    Jun
    2017

    Kamasi Washington

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    Having released of the best albums of the last few years in 2015's sprawling, three volume - and very aptly-titled The Epic - it's been announced that L.A. saxophonist, bandleader and collaborator with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Run The Jewels, Kamasi Washington, will play Dublin's National Concert Hall on Thursday, June 29. 

    Revisit or discover The Epicand indeed The Epic In Concert.

    Tickets - which range from €27.50 to €36 - are available from the National Concert Hall. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    01
    Jul
    2017
    Tue
    04
    Jul
    2017

    Kings of Leon w/Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Southern indie-pop stadium-fillers Kings of Leon play Dublin's 3Arena on July 1, 2 & 4 due to popular demand.

    Debuting in 2003 with their incredible Strokes-meets-Creedence of Youth and Young Manhood, they've sold over 18 million albums and 24 million singles. They most recently released Walls last year.

    Support comes from Colorado's Nathaniel Rateliff.

    Tickets cost €85.50 from Ticketmaster

  • Mon
    03
    Jul
    2017

    Future Islands

    Dolan's Warehouse

    Limerick

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    Baltimore retro synth-pop trio Future Islands return to Ireland in July, kicking off with a show at Dolan's Warehouse in Limerick on July 3.

    Breaking in 2014 with their fourth album, Singles, they're to release their fifth this year. Watch their now-legendary breakthrough performance of 'Seasons' on Letterman, in which frontman Samuel T. Herring captured the hearts of a nation.

    Tickets, priced €35, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    04
    Jul
    2017

    Future Islands

    Cork Opera House

    Cork

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    Baltimore retro synth-pop trio Future Islands return to Ireland, playing Cork Opera House on July 4.

    Breaking in 2014 with their fourth album, Singles, they're to release their fifth this year. Watch their now-legendary breakthrough performance of 'Seasons' on Letterman, in which frontman Samuel T. Herring captured the hearts of a nation.

    Tickets, priced €35, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    05
    Jul
    2017

    Future Islands

    Black Box

    Galway

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    Baltimore retro synth-pop trio Future Islands return to Ireland, playing the Black Box in Galway on July 5.

    Breaking in 2014 with their fourth album, Singles, they're to release their fifth this year. Watch their now-legendary breakthrough performance of 'Seasons' on Letterman, in which frontman Samuel T. Herring captured the hearts of a nation.

    Tickets, priced €38.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    06
    Jul
    2017

    Future Islands

    Iveagh Gardens

    Dublin

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    Baltimore retro synth-pop trio Future Islands return to Ireland to play the Iveagh Gardens on July 6.

    Breaking in 2014 with their fourth album, Singles, they're likely to release their fifth this year. Watch their now-legendary breakthrough performance of 'Seasons' on Letterman, in which frontman Samuel T. Herring captured the hearts of a nation.

    Tickets, priced €45, are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    06
    Jul
    2017

    Gregory Porter

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Grammy-Award-winning jazz crooner Gregory Porter plays Dublin's Trinity College Park to open MCD's Summer Series of shows from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    He last year released Take Me To The Alley, the follow-up to his breakthrough 2014 Grammy Jazz Award-winning Liquid Spirit. Check out 'Hey Laura'.

    Tickets cost €44.05 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    07
    Jul
    2017

    James Vincent McMorrow

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow plays a hometown show at Dublin's Trinity College Park on the second day of MCD's Summer Series from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    He broke with his platinum-selling number 1 debut album, Early In The Morning, then gained massive critical acclaim with his second album, Post Tropical, which made numerous end-of-year top 10s, followed by almost two years of continuous touring and appearances and his 2016 follow-up, We Move. Check out 'Rising Water'.

    Tickets cost €44.05 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    08
    Jul
    2017

    Coldplay

    Croke Park

    Dublin

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    As part of their extensive 2017 stadium tour for their latest album, Coldplay play Croke Park in what will probably be Ireland's largest gig of the year on July 8.

    It's a huge show they have planned for arenas, with them having already played four sold-out nights at Wembley Stadium. Their seventh album, A Head Full of Dreams, came out in December 2015, and has sold over 4 million copies so far. Expect a 'planet-sized visual spectacle' from the world-conquering bands, who have played to many tens of millions of people across the globe at this point. 

    Here's the video for single 'Hymn For The Weekend'.

    Tickets are priced from €59.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Sat
    08
    Jul
    2017

    Bell X1

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Irish indie quintet Bell X1 perform at Dublin's Trinity College Park on the third day of MCD's Summer Series from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    The trio just released their seventh album, Arms, in October, following on from their 2013 LP, Chop Chop, which was their third Irish Number 1 album and fourth consecutive Choice Music Prize nominee. Check out the video for their single 'The Upswing'. 

    Tickets cost €44.05 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Sun
    09
    Jul
    2017

    Pixies

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Seminal alternative rockers Pixies return to Dublin to play Trinity College Park on the fourth day of MCD's Summer Series from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    The blueprint for almost the entirety of alternative rock, the Boston, Mass. quartet are currently with 3 of their constant lineup, with Paz Lenchantin currently on bass duties. Their fusion of surf, psych, noise-pop, hard rock and classic rock, amongst countless others, created a foundation off which Black projected his surrealist ramblings, for four glorious albums.

    They reunited a few years back, releasing their fifth album, the fairly disappointing Indie Cindy in 2014 and its follow-up, Head Carrier in September last year.

    Tickets cost €54.65 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    10
    Jul
    2017

    Two Door Cinema Club w/Circa Waves

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Bangor indie pop act Two Door Cinema Club play Trinity College Park on the penultimate day of MCD's Summer Series from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    They released their hit-laden debut album Tourist History in 2010 through Kinsuné Records, followed by Beacons in 2012. After four years, they returned with their excellent new record, Gameshow. Check out the video for 'Bad Decisions'. 

    Support comes from Liverpool indie rock band Circa Waves, whose second album, Different Creatures, came out this year.

    Tickets cost €44.05 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    11
    Jul
    2017

    Alt-J

    Trinity College Park

    Dublin

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    Art-pop trio Alt-J play Trinity College Park on the final night of MCD's Summer Series from July 6-11 in the historic grounds.

    Having won the Mercury prize in 2012 for their debut An Awesome Wave, they returned in 2014 with This Is All Yours. With a run of shows over this summer, the third album is expected. Watch the video for 'Breezeblocks'.

    Tickets cost €54.65 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    13
    Jul
    2017
    Fri
    14
    Jul
    2017

    Fleet Foxes

    Iveagh Gardens

    Dublin

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    Having just emerged from a 4-odd year unofficial hiatus, indie-folksters Fleet Foxes return to Ireland to play as part of the Live at the Iveagh Gardens series on July 13 & 14.

    They released their eponymous debut album and its follow-up, Selflessness Blues in 2008 & 2011 respectively as well as a couple of EPs on Sub Pop & Bella Union. Drummer Joshua Tillman left in 2012, and became Father John Misty. Here's their big early tune, 'White Winter Hymnal'.

    Tickets cost €45, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Sat
    15
    Jul
    2017

    Ludovico Einaudi

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Alt. classical composer Ludovico Einaudi has announced a show at the 3Arena, following a hugely successful 2016. on July 15.

    Gradually building his name with work on the likes of the This Is England TV series - for which he was nominated for a BAFTA - his minimalist, ambient work defies the usual trademarks of classical, although he was trained classically at the Milan Conservatorio. He released his latest album, Elements in 2015.

    Tickets are priced from €49.65-€91 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    15
    Jul
    2017

    Rodrigo Y Gabriela

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    Acoustic instrumental duo Rodrigo y Gabriela return to Dublin to play two headline shows to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their eponymous debut breakthrough album, the first being at the National Concert Hall on July 15.

    Having spent the last year performing across 25 countries, including the Hollywood Bowl with Rob Trujillo, Megadeth's Marty Friedman & an 80-piece orchestra, they'll be playing old material as well as new tracks from their forthcoming new album, due in 2017. Check them out Live on KEXP.

    Tickets, priced at €30 & €37, are available from the NCH.

  • Sun
    16
    Jul
    2017

    Rodrigo Y Gabriela

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Acoustic instrumental duo Rodrigo y Gabriela return to Dublin to play two headline shows to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their eponymous debut breakthrough album, the latter being at the Academy on July 16.

    Having spent the last year performing across 25 countries, including the Hollywood Bowl with Rob Trujillo, Megadeth's Marty Friedman & an 80-piece orchestra, they'll be playing old material as well as new tracks from their forthcoming new album, due in 2017. Check them out Live on KEXP.

    Tickets, priced at €37, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    17
    Jul
    2017

    Sunn O)))

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    It’s been announced that American drone metal masters Sunn O))) will play two Irish shows in July, the former being brought to us by Solid Choice Industries at the Limelight 1 on July 17.

    Formed in Seattle in 1998, seemingly with the intent to shatter each venue's sound limit, they dabble in drone, doom, black metal, dark ambient and noise rock, with the lineup based around founding members Stephen O'Malley & Greg Anderson. Sunn O))) have released eight studio albums, and countless demos, live albums, mini-albums and collaborations - including Soused, with Scott Walker in 2014 - and have just released their original score to horror film The Devil’s Candy.

    Check out Black One.

    Tickets for the show are priced £25, available from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    18
    Jul
    2017

    Sunn O)))

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    It’s been announced that American drone metal masters Sunn O))) will play two Irish shows in July, the latter at Dublin's Button Factory on July 18.

    Formed in Seattle in 1998, seemingly with the intent to shatter each venue's sound limit, they dabble in drone, doom, black metal, dark ambient and noise rock, with the lineup based around founding members Stephen O'Malley & Greg Anderson. Sunn O))) have released eight studio albums, and countless demos, live albums, mini-albums and collaborations - including Soused, with Scott Walker in 2014 - and have just released their original score to horror film The Devil’s Candy.

    Check out Black One.

    Tickets for the show are priced €25, available from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    20
    Jul
    2017

    Belle & Sebastian

    Iveagh Gardens

    Dublin

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    Scottish indie-pop outfit Belle & Sebastian play Dublin's Iveagh Gardens series of concerts on July 20.

    Led by Stuart Murdoch, the Glaswegian outfit formed in 1996, in the year they released the first LP in a string of incredible strong albums, Tigermilk. They most recently released their more synth-driven, upbeat Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance. Here's 'The Boy With The Arab Strap'.

    Tickets cost €45 from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    22
    Jul
    2017

    U2: Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary w/Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    Croke Park

    Dublin

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    U2 return to their stadium-bothering antics this year with their The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 in this, the 30th anniversary year of their most beloved, career-defining statement that catapulted the band to new heights - which sold over 25 million units and gave the band many of their biggest hits. They're to play the album in its entirety at Croke Park on July 22.

    Supporting are Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, starting at €77 and going vastly upwards from there. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Sun
    23
    Jul
    2017

    Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds

    The Big Top

    Galway

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    One of popular music's most revered figures of all time, Brian Wilson, returns to Ireland, playing The Big Top on July 23 as part of the Galway Arts Festival.

    On this tour, he marks the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys' iconic album Pet Sounds by playing it in its entirety. Started out as a young surf-pop songwriter, by 1966, he had a sustained period of creative growth, producing the 'pocket symphony', ensuring the Beach Boys' reputation as the American Beatles. On this tour he'll be accompanied by Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin.

    Tickets are priced from €65 from the Roisin Dubh. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Sun
    23
    Jul
    2017

    Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds

    The Big Top

    Galway

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    One of popular music's most revered figures of all time, Brian Wilson, returns to Ireland, playing The Big Top on July 23 as part of the Galway Arts Festival.

    On this tour, he marks the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys' iconic album Pet Sounds by playing it in its entirety. Started out as a young surf-pop songwriter, by 1966, he had a sustained period of creative growth, producing the 'pocket symphony', ensuring the Beach Boys' reputation as the American Beatles. On this tour he'll be accompanied by Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin.

    Tickets are priced from €65 from the Roisin Dubh. Gates open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    25
    Jul
    2017

    Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds

    Bord Gais Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    One of popular music's most revered figures of all time, Brian Wilson, returns to Ireland to play the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on July 25.

    On this tour, he marks the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys' iconic album Pet Sounds by playing it in its entirety. Started out as a young surf-pop songwriter, by 1966, he had a sustained period of creative growth, producing the 'pocket symphony', ensuring the Beach Boys' reputation as the American Beatles.

    Tickets are priced from €75-€89 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    27
    Jul
    2017

    Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express

    Whelan's

    Dublin

    Chuck Prophet's new album, Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins, comes out February 10

    Californian alt. country project Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express comes to Whelan's on July 27.

    First noticed in the '80s for psych/desert rock act Green on Red, he has released countless albums, with the most recent being this year's Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins. Check out 'Bad Year From Rock and Roll', from, you guessed it, 2016.

    Tickets, priced €19.10, are available from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    28
    Jul
    2017

    ZZ Top

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Almost into their fifth decade together, Texan rockers ZZ Top play Dublin's 3Arena on July 28.

    As part of their Tonnage Tour, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees have recently released their Live! Greatest Hits From Around The World album. Selling over 50 million records and releasing 15 studio album worldwide, Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill & Frank Beard started out in Houston in 1969 as a blues-rock trio, with classics like Tres Hombres and Degüelloreally breaking through with their biggest album, Eliminator, which yielded their hits 'Sharp Dressed Man' and 'Gimme All Your Lovin''.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Wed
    02
    Aug
    2017

    Frankie Cosmos

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Greta Kline, aka Frankie Cosmos plays Whelan's on August 2. 

    Formerly of Porches, she's heavily involved in the New York anti-folk scene, and into the DIY ethics of K Records. As well as the huge number of Bandcamp releases she put out under various pseudonyms from 2009 onwards, her latest album, 2016's Next Thing propelled her up another rung of the indie rock totem pole.

    Tickets cost €13.50 from WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    06
    Aug
    2017

    Regina Spektor

    Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Songstress Regina Spektor returns to Ireland to play the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on August 6.

    Born in the Soviet Union, she studied classical piano from a young age, moving to America in 1989, ultimately ending up writing pop songs, self-releasing her debut album, 11:11 in 2001. She went on to release music until her 2006 breakthrough, Begin To Hope, which went gold and each subsequent album gained her more of a following. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    11
    Aug
    2017

    The Undertones

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    Iconic Derry punk-pop hitmakers The Undertones are to play the Roisin Dubh in Galway on August 11.

    This follows the 35th anniversary of the band's breakthrough single and John Peel's obituary, 'Teenage Kicks', which they marked with a new greatest hits album - An Introduction to The Undertones, packaged with some essential video content like Teenage Kicks: The Story of The Undertonesa documentary on the band. Formed by five friends in 1977, the band's success has been somewhat rejuvenated since the release of Terri Hooley semi-biopic Good Vibrations in 2012.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €33.50. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    12
    Aug
    2017

    Walking On Cars

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Making their biggest appearance in Belfast so far are Irish indie-pop band Walking On Cars, when they play Custom House Square on August 12.

    The Kerry five piece released their successful debut single, 'Catch Me If You Can' back in 2012, and have went from strength to strength, having a huge 2016. Their debut album, Everything This Way went to double platinum status last year. Check out the video for 'Speeding Cars'.

    Tickets, priced at £27.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Sat
    19
    Aug
    2017

    Foy Vance, Amy MacDonald, Ryan McMullan & David C Clements

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Singer-songwriter Foy Vance plays his biggest headline show to date at Custom House Square on August 19, having released his third album, The Wild Swan last year.

    He has to date released 3 albums, with a large number of EPs coming in between, since his 2000 debut Blueprints EP. His second album, 2013's Joy Of Nothing won the Northern Ireland Music Prize, and last year he worked with Ben Affleck on his latest film, Live By Night for the credits song - check out the video for new single, 'She Burns'.

    Support comes from Radio 2 favourite Amy MacDonald, and local singer-songwriters Ryan McMullan and David C Clements.

    Tickets are priced from £27-£43.50, available from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Tue
    22
    Aug
    2017

    Kasabian w/Blossoms & Touts

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Kasabian headline Belfast's Custom House Square on August 22, following the release of their sixth album, For Crying Out Loud.

    Supporting are Blossoms and young Derry indie-punks Touts.

    Tickets are priced from £33 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Stiff Little Fingers 40th Anniversary w/Ruts DC

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Classic Belfast punk quartet Stiff Little Fingers play Dublin's Academy on August 25 as part of their 40th Anniversary tour.

    The band have recently released their last album in 2014, No Going Back, their first top 30 album in over twenty years. The Stiffs are best known for Inflammable Material, the seminal soundtrack to the Troubles, and the first independent album to chart in the UK. They followed this up with something of an evolution, releasing Nobody's Heroes and the criminally underrated Go For It.

    Check out 'Suspect Device' live on Ulster TV in 1978.

    Support comes from remaining members of classic reggae-influenced British punks The Ruts, Ruts DC.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Stiff Little Fingers 40th Anniversary w/The Stranglers, Ruts DC, The Outcasts & Terri Hooley

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Classic Belfast punk quartet Stiff Little Fingers return to their hometown's Custom House Square on August 26 as part of their 40th Anniversary tour.

    The band have recently released their last album in 2014, No Going Back, their first top 30 album in over twenty years. The Stiffs are best known for Inflammable Material, the seminal soundtrack to the Troubles, and the first independent album to chart in the UK. They followed this up with something of an evolution, releasing Nobody's Heroes and the criminally underrated Go For It.

    Check out 'Suspect Device' live on Ulster TV in 1978.

    Support comes from The Stranglers, the remaining members of classic reggae-influenced British punks The Ruts, Ruts DC, SLF cohorts & Belfast punk stalwarts The Outcasts and Terri Hooley.

    Tickets cost £25 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Sun
    27
    Aug
    2017

    Shine: Carl Cox, Hot Since 82, Phil Kieran & Schmutz

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    NI's biggest dance institution Shine brings their biggest event to date, with a show at Custom House Square on August 27, headlined by king of underground dance, Carl Cox, veteran of acid house, techno & dance, and label-owner. Check out his Ibiza Boiler Room set.

    Also performing is Yorkshire-based DJ/producer Hot Since 82, as well as Shine residents local exports Phil Kieran and Schmutz.

    Tickets are priced from £33, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Mon
    28
    Aug
    2017
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    29
    Aug
    2017

    Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    As part of Perspectives in the National Concert Hall, Stephin Merritt, the master craftsman behind the Magnetic Fields69 Love Songs, is one of the great living songwriters, and plays two nights at the venue.

    Celebrating his 50th birthday and a new album on Nonesuch Records. Merritt and band perform two distinct programmes of new songs—one for every year of his melodious existence. In a spectacular staging featuring 50 instruments from Merritt’s formidable collection, the seven-member band recounts his five decades on planet Earth, covering everything from bedbugs and Buddhism to his conception by hippies on a houseboat in St. Thomas.

    Tickets are priced from €27.50-€37.50 for a single night, and €55 for both, from NCH.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

     

  • Mon
    04
    Sep
    2017

    American Football

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Hugely influential to the current wave of indie-punk and emo revival, math-tinged emo outfit American Football come to Ireland to play the Button Factory on September 4.

    American Football formed in 1997 from members of Cap'n Jazz, and other star players of the scene at the time, releasing only one eponymous EP & album before splitting in 2000 due to members no longer living in the same city. Its reputation organically spread over the ensuing two decades, leading ultimately to their first UK shows and reunion in 2014 & 2015. They released their second album in 2016.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    05
    Sep
    2017
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    06
    Sep
    2017

    Pet Shop Boys

    Bord Gais Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Electropop icons Pet Shop Boys play Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre on September 5 & 6.

    As part of a world tour, the duo will dig into their deep bag of hits from the '80s onwards, as well as their current album, Super. The show features laser-led audio-visuals from the act's longtime designer Es Devlin, and choreographer Lynne Page, with live arrangements created alongside the album's producer Stuart Price.

    Tickets, priced from €59.50-€69.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, starting off with the Ulster Hall on September 8.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at £35 at Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Opera House

    Cork

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, hitting Cork Opera House on September 9.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at €44.05 from Ticketmaster.

  • Mon
    11
    Sep
    2017
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    12
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, hitting Dublin's Olympia Theatre on September 11 & 12, with the second added due to demand.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at €40.05 from Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017

    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Friday September 15 sees Clap Your Hands Say Yeah play Whelan's.

    The indie rock band released their eponymous debut in 2005, and this year sees the release of their fifth album, The Tourist. At this point, only frontman Alex Ounsworth is the only original member, with the rest of the core lineup departing in 2004.

    Tickets are available from WAV Tickets and Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017

    Albert Hammond with His Band & the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra and Singers

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Dublin's 3Arena sees a performance from all-time-great Albert Hammond along with his band and the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra.

    This year saw the release of new album In Symphony, a collection of some of his classic songs. He's had a career lasting over five decades, being the father of Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., writing hits and award-winners for the likes of Diana Ross, Leo Sayer, Starship, Whitney Houston & The Hollies.

    Tickets are priced from €45-€55, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    20
    Sep
    2017
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    21
    Sep
    2017

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Former funk rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers return to Dublin for the first time in 5 years for shows at the 3Arena on September 20 & 21 in place of the postponement of their dates in December due to sickness..

    This appearance coincides with their latest album, the reasonably well-received The Getaway, and Josh Klinghoffer's second RHCP album as replacement for John Frusciante. The four have sold over 60 million albums in their time together.

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    Ennio Morricone - Last Ever Irish Concert

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    The 3Arena hosts iconic Italian film composer Ennio Morricone - who reshaped the sound of cinema - on Saturday, September 23, in the Irish leg of his farewell tour, as he turns 90 this year.

    He'll be accompanied by over 200 musicians and singers onstage, as with previous tours, performing classics and originals from his Oscar-winning scores.

    Known best for his work alongside Sergio Leone in his spaghetti Westerns, his scores are synonymous with the genre; most notably through arguably his all-time finest work in The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, and Once Upon A Time In The West.

    Tickets, priced from €87, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    Anathema & Alcest

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Prog-metallers Anathema headline the Limelight 2 on September 23 in an early show

    Supporting are French shoegaze/black metal crossover act Alcest.

    Tickets, priced £25, are available from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 5pm.

  • Sun
    24
    Sep
    2017

    Anathema & Alcest

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Prog-metallers Anathema headline the Dublin's Academy on September 24.

    Supporting are French shoegaze/black metal crossover act Alcest.

    Tickets, priced €30, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    26
    Sep
    2017

    Vulfpeck

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Vicar Street hosts US funk group Vulfpeck on September 26, following the release of their second album, The Beautiful Game last year.

    Formed in 2011 after attending the University of Michigan's music school, the group goes for a minimal, raw performance, having released four EPs, and an album to date. In 2014, they released a ten-track silent album on Spotify in order to raise funds for an admission-free tour, which generated $20,000 in royalties over 2 months. This gave the band international press and its fourth EP, Fugue State, and a huge spread of word-of-mouth press. 

    Check out 'Back Pocket'.

    Tickets cost €31 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    28
    Sep
    2017

    Stewart Lee: Content Provider

    Waterfront Hall

    Dublin

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    The comedian's comedian Stewart Lee returns to Belfast to perform his new show Content Provider at the Waterfront Hall on September 28.

    The anti-populist writer & comedian has co-penned the controversial Broadway play Jerry Springer: The Opera, several novels, four seasons of his award-winning Comedy Vehicle, and a significant output for The Guardian and The Sunday Times, as well as maintaining a successful stand-up career over the last 2 decades. This will be his first full-length show since the award-winning Carpet Remnant World.

    It's worth your while watching 'Context' for a Rosetta Stone of Lee, if you have the time. 

    Tickets are priced at £23 and are available from the Waterfront. The show kicks off at 8pm.

  • Sat
    30
    Sep
    2017

    Lamb

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Mancunian downtempo/drum'n'bass duo Lamb play Dublin's Academy on September 30. 

    Formed in 1994 by producer Andrew Barlow and singer Louise Rhodes, they got signed instantly and have put out consistently relevant releases since debut album Lamb in '96. Check out 'Gorecki'.

    Tickets cost €29.90 from Ticketmaster.

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017

    All Them Witches

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Nashville bluesy stoner rock outfit All Them Witches play Whelan's on October 2. 

    They just released their new album, Sleeping Through The Warfollowing last year's Dying Surfer Meets His Maker. They've been acclaimed by the likes of Stereogum and SPIN, who've given them acclaim as the real deal as far as psychedelic blues-rock warriors go. Watch the video for '3-5-7'. 

    Tickets cost €13 from WAV Tickets

  • Fri
    13
    Oct
    2017

    Amber Run [14+]

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Nottingham indie-pop five piece Amber Run play Mandela Hall in a 14+ show on October 13. They released their second album, For A Moment, I Was Lost in February. 

    Tickets cost £14 from Ticketmaster & the QUB Students' Union. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    Hippo Campus

    The Academy 2

    Dublin

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    Having just released their debut album landmark, Minnesotan act Hippo Campus play the Academy 2 on October 14.

    The indie pop/rock quartet in their early 20s, released their debut album in February. Check out 'Way It Goes'.

    Tickets cost €15 and are available from Ticketmaster

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    Amber Run

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Nottingham indie-pop five piece Amber Run play Whelan's on October 14. They released their second album, For A Moment, I Was Lost in February. 

    Tickets cost €17.50 from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Wed
    18
    Oct
    2017

    W.A.S.P.

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Glam-metal legends W.A.S.P. come to Ireland as part of their ReIdolized tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album, The Crimson IdolThey play the Limelight 1 on October 18.

    Fronted by shock-rocker Blackie Lawless, they've sold over 12 million records and were constantly a target of the infamous '80s Parents Music Resource Centrer, pushing for warning labels on music. Check out the video for 'Wild Child'.

    Tickets, priced at £25, are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    18
    Oct
    2017

    J Cole

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    North Carolina hip-hop artist & producer J Cole plays Dublin's 3Arena on October 18 as part of his 4 Your Eyez Only tour.

    Gaining recognition after debut mixtape The Come Up in 2007, he was ultimately signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation label in 2009, going on to produce singles for the likes of Kendrick Lamar. He released his debut studio album Cole World: The Sideline Story in 2011, going platinum. He has developed several non-profit ventures, like the Dreamville Foundation and housing single mothers rent-free in his home in Fayetteville. Watch the video for 'False Prophets'.

    Tickets cost €54.65-€60.45 and are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017

    W.A.S.P.

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Glam-metal legends W.A.S.P. come to Ireland as part of their ReIdolized tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album, The Crimson IdolThey play Dublin's Academy on October 19.

    Fronted by shock-rocker Blackie Lawless, they've sold over 12 million records and were constantly a target of the infamous '80s Parents Music Resource Centrer, pushing for warning labels on music. Check out the video for 'Wild Child'.

    Tickets, priced at €30, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    20
    Oct
    2017

    Akercocke

    Voodoo

    Belfast

    ackercocke

    English extreme metal outfit Akercocke come to Belfast again on October 20 to play Voodoo. You might remember them as voices of reason in a particularly entertaining episode of Nolan Live in which the Bible Belt attempted to stop their show from happening.

    The Satanic masters have their sixth album, Renaissance in Extremis coming out this year, their first in a decade after a reunion last year which saw them return to Ireland. Check out their Bloodstock performance last year.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    21
    Oct
    2017

    Akercocke

    Voodoo Lounge

    Dublin

    aker

    English extreme metal outfit Akercocke come to Dublin once more to play the Voodoo Lounge on October 21. You might remember them as voices of reason in a particularly entertaining episode of Nolan Live in which the Bible Belt attempted to stop their show from happening.

    The Satanic masters have their sixth album, Renaissance in Extremis coming out this year, their first in a decade after a reunion last year which saw them return to Ireland. Check out their Bloodstock performance last year.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €20. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    23
    Oct
    2017
    Tue
    24
    Oct
    2017

    Perspectives: The Donny McCaslin Group

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

    donnymccaslin

    Saxophonist and leader of David Bowie's Blackstar band, Donny McCaslin and his band play The Studio in the National Concert Hall as part of their Perspectives series on October 23 & 24.

    They release Beyond Now, an album dedicated to David Bowie, and influenced by their experience collaborating with him on his final - and one of his finest - albums. Check out the excellent BBC The Last Five Years documentary which covers the recording of the album and chemistry between the band and Bowie.

    Tickets are priced €20 from NCH.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    17
    Nov
    2017

    Opeth w/Enslaved

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

    opeth

    Swedish prog-metal legends Opeth play Belfast's Limelight 1 on November 17.

    Formed in 1989, they have released 12 albums over the years, along the way reinventing metal with the likes of Blackwater Park and Watershed, which broke them in America. They've sold over 1.5 million LP, having just released new album, Sorceress. Check out the title track.

    Support comes from Norwegian extreme metal outfit Enslaved. Watch the video for 'The Watcher'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £29.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    18
    Nov
    2017

    Opeth w/Enslaved

    The Academy

    Dublin

    opeth

    Swedish prog-metal legends Opeth play Dublin's Academy on November 18.

    Formed in 1989, they have released 12 albums over the years, along the way reinventing metal with the likes of Blackwater Park and Watershed, which broke them in America. They've sold over 1.5 million LP, having just released new album, Sorceress. Check out the title track.

    Support comes from Norwegian extreme metal outfit Enslaved. Watch the video for 'The Watcher'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €35.

  • Wed
    22
    Nov
    2017

    Mac DeMarco

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

    Mac DeMarco

    Incumbent king of slacker indie-pop Mac DeMarco comes to Ireland to play Vicar Street on November 22 at the end of a thorough European tour, following his last appearance in 2015 at Electric Picnic.

    With his fifth record This Old Dog out this year, he's matured his sound from lo-fi psychedelic jangle-pop into that of more solemn & acoustic reflection. Check out 'Pepperoni Playboy: A Macumentary' and single from his new album, 'My Old Man'.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    24
    Nov
    2017

    Shed Seven w/Cast

    The Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

    shedseven

    Return to the glory days of Britpop on November 24th at the Olympia, when Shed Seven headline ahead of the release of a new album.

    This new album comes after two years of writing and 16 years since their last album. Formed in York in 1990, they never reached the level of popularity of Blur or Oasis, but their shoegaze-tinged Britpop spawned 16 top 40 hits, peaking with 'Going For Gold'.

    Supporting are Britpop band Cast.

    Tickets, priced from €29.50-€34.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    01
    Dec
    2017

    The Undertones

    The Limelight 1

    Belfast

    undertones

    Iconic Derry punk-pop hitmakers The Undertones are to play Belfast's Limelight 1 on December 1.

    This follows the 35th anniversary of the band's breakthrough single and John Peel's obituary, 'Teenage Kicks', which they marked with a new greatest hits album - An Introduction to The Undertones, packaged with some essential video content like Teenage Kicks: The Story of The Undertonesa documentary on the band. Formed by five friends in 1977, the band's success has been somewhat rejuvenated since the release of Terri Hooley semi-biopic Good Vibrations in 2012.

    Tickets are available from Katy's Bar & Ticketmaster, priced at £18.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    01
    Dec
    2017

    Peter Hook & The Light play 'Substance'

    The Academy

    Dublin

    peterhook

    The current project of the erstwhile Joy Division & New Order bassist & guitarist, Peter Hook and the Light, play the Dublin Academy on December 1.

    The act are best known for performing entire albums from Hook's back catalogue live in their entirety, including Unknown Pleasures, Closer and Power, Corruption & Lies over the years, but this time they're to play New Order & Joy Division Substance albums - one being issued in 1988 featuring Joy Division from 1977-1980, with New Order's separate album of the same name coming out in 1987, compiling all the band's 12" singles with B-sides from 1981-1987.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    The Undertones

    The Academy

    Dublin

    undertones

    Iconic Derry punk-pop hitmakers The Undertones are to play Dublin's The Academy on December 2.

    This follows their 40th anniversary as a band last year, which they marked with a new greatest hits album - An Introduction to The Undertones, packaged with some essential video content like Teenage Kicks: The Story of The Undertonesa documentary on the band. Formed by five friends in 1977, the band's success has been somewhat rejuvenated since the release of Terri Hooley semi-biopic Good Vibrations in 2012.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    Peter Hook & The Light play 'Substance'

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

    peterhook

    The current project of the erstwhile Joy Division & New Order bassist & guitarist, Peter Hook and the Light, play Belfast's Limelight 1 on December 2.

    The act are best known for performing entire albums from Hook's back catalogue live in their entirety, including Unknown Pleasures, Closer and Power, Corruption & Lies over the years, but this time they're to play New Order & Joy Division Substance albums - one being issued in 1988 featuring Joy Division from 1977-1980, with New Order's separate album of the same name coming out in 1987, compiling all the band's 12" singles with B-sides from 1981-1987.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £22.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    06
    Dec
    2017

    Jesca Hoop

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

    jescahoop

    California-born singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop comes to The Workman's Club for a show on December 6.

    Growing up as a Mormon, she shed the faith and created music as a teenager without ever taking it seriously until she moved to LA in 2000, becoming a nanny to Tom Waits' children. She released her seventh album, Memories Are Now, to great acclaim in February. Watch the video for 'The Lost Sky', from Memories Are Now

    Tickets, priced €15, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

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