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Weekend Guide [ 23 // 24 // 25 ]
The Workman's Club — 23:30
Two of Ireland’s most talented, and often underrated, hip hop talents will be performing live in the main room of Workman’s, with the full Burner Records crew out in force on support.
Tickets are only a fiver, which means they’ll fly quickly so grab yours here.
Windmill Lane — 19:00
SEE TRUE, is a special design of multidisciplinary art forms created to coexist seamlessly on stage; in order to portray several layers and depths of this year’s theme: Pride & Shame – using poetry, music, dance and visual art.
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Wigwam — 23:00
“Flood & Wriggle recklessly summoned these [hard] drum demons with an incantation that was prophesised to disturb the dominance of Dublin’s 4-to-the-floor Cartel.”
The Big Romance — 22:00
A DJ for over 20 years, MathMan brings his unique blend of UK garage, bass and breaks to Big Romance’s audiophile system for an exclusive three-hour vinyl set.
Expect rare UKG gems, forgotten classics, underground cuts and timeless anthems.
The Soundhouse — 23:00
Club Comfort founder Roo Honeychild, off the back of appearances on Rinse FM and Red Light Radio Amsterdam as well as her first international performance in the Netherlands in May, is linking up with resident DJ for Limerick is Burning DJ EGG for an evening of Speed Garage, Hard House, Ballroom, Hardcore, NxC, Juke, Footwork and Jungle.
Jam Park — 14:00-22:00
Optimo return to Dublin this Saturday for a day time, rooftop party.
Toronto’s CIEL also makes her Irish debut in the Swords venue.
Lost Lane — 17:00
Hear Led Zeppelin’s iconic debut album like you’ve never heard it before.
At this intimate listening party, the classic album will be played from start to finish on high-quality vinyl on a sound system, provided especially for this event by Vinyl & Wine.
There will also be an in-depth expert panel discussion about the album’s production, recording and legacy.
Bernard Shaw — 18:30
Mercy and Salvation are bringing their Reggae selection back to the Bernard Shaw for another Sunday skanking session in Dublin city.
“Expect Rocksteady, Reggae, Dancehall and other musical treats. Free in all night so make sure to pass through.”