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District is a digital & physical magazine that focuses on the internal and external creative influences on Ireland that make it culturally significant. Our magazine is published quarterly. Get Issue 001 here and Issue 002 here. We also publish a weekend preview every Tuesday highlighting the best things going on in Dublin. For music submissions or if you’re interested in contributing contact editor@districtmagazine.ie. For advertising queries get in touch with our head of sales in Ireland & UK Adam Heaton adam@districtmagazine.ie

Weekend Guide [ October 20 // 21 // 22 ]

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

The Academy — 19:30

AJ Tracey

In early 2016 AJ Tracey played alongside Jammz in Wigwam.

While they were here, they linked up with one of Ireland’s most talented videographers Hugh Mulhern to shoot the video for ‘Bare Girls’ in various locations around the city.

Since then AJ has been propelled into the grime stratosphere.

He’s coming back to Dublin this Friday to play The Academy’s Green Room. It’s part of his ‘Secure the Bag’ tour.

Yamamori Tengu — 21:00

Soft Boy Records

The Sugar Club — 19:30

A Tribute to Mobb Deep

Pygmalion — 16:00

Jon Averill & Sol O'Carroll

This Friday Jon Averill of Shock World Service flying in from London to play alongside Sol O’Carroll in Pyg.

“Been a long time since Sol and Jon played together as part of the Nightflight Dublin crew so looking forward to their Pyg debut as a duo.”

Free admission until 11pm and €5 after.

Wigwam — 22:00

Folamour

Generator Hostel — 20:00

SYLK, Olivia Chau & Ali Day Lee

District 8 — 23:00

Sub Club

Olympia Theatre — 19:00

St Vincent

The Bernard Shaw — All Day

The Bernard Shaw's Birthday

All City DJs, Daire Carolan, Endrift, Kenny Hanlon (Apartment Records), A-Leen, Esteban (Bodytonic), Mike Black (Bodytonic) and more will soundtrack The Bernard Shaw’s 11th birthday party.

There’s also a comic and Sci Fi flea market taking place during the day.

Hangar — 23:00

Mr. C

Button Factory — 23:00

Temple of Sound

“25 years ago on Ormond Quay a new club arrived and set the bar for dance clubs in the future… It was an instant hit with music lovers and clubbers alike.”

Billy Scurry and Johnny Moy will play B2B all night long in Button Factory to mark the anniversary of Temple of Sound.

Click here for tickets.

Pygmalion — 16:00

Objekt

District 8 — 19:30

Fatima Yamaha

The Harbour Bar — 21:00

Super Silly & Damola