Dolans Warehouse Launch Outdoor Gig Series

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Dolans Warehouse and Seoda Shows have announced a series of outdoor gigs in conjunction with Limerick’s Milk Market, set to run throughout August and September.

Limrock Live, which takes place in The Milk Market (also known as The Big Top), has announced acts such as The Mary Wallopers, Anna’s Anchor and Toucan so far for the month of August. All events are limited to a 200 person capacity and tickets are sold in pods of four. Robocobra Quartet and Soda Blonde are planned for indoor shows in September, with tickets not yet for sale.

Limerick’s Hunt Museum have also launched a weekly lunchtime summer Jazz series, set to run every Friday in their newly renovated garden.

Friday August 6th

The Hunt Museum invites you to listen to tunes and hang out in the garden at the return of their weekly summer jazz series. This is set to run every Friday throughout August.

The ten-piece funk and pop ensemble are the first of a series of gigs to be launched by Dolans Warehouse. 

Friday August 13th

Limerick’s indie rock outfit Anna’s Anchor (aka Marty Ryan) takes the stage in The Milk Market.

Saturday August 14th

These Charming Men are set to play the music of The Smiths and Morrissey after Professor Eoin Devereux plays a pre-gig Manchester DJ set.

Wednesday August 18th

Throughout her thirty-year career Mary Coughlan, whose music ranges from blues to folk and jazz, has solidified her place as one of Ireland’s most powerful voices.

Friday August 20th

The Alvin Purple Experience are ready to celebrate thirty years of Loud Glam Rockin’ with a new show Live at the Big Top in Limerick.

Wednesday August 25th 

The Dundalk folk group, described as The Clancy Brothers meets John Lydon, return to Limerick

Friday August 27th

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Emma Langford takes over the Milk Market with her unique blend of jazz and folk.