February Gig Guide: Crywank, Pinkpantheress & more

Words: Dylan Murphy

We’re coming out of January hibernation in the midst of a flurry of festival announcements and going headfirst into a busy month of gigs across the capital. From enduring GRAMMY-nominated MCs to the folk band with the best name in the business, there’s something to appeal to music heads on every pocket of the music spectrum. Tap in.

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03 February


Doors 19:00

Venue: The Button Factory

Tickets €18 available here.

Last November, Crywank’s gig in Dublin was abandoned due to the riots in the city centre, fortunately, the band with possibly the best name in the game have announced their return to Ireland and they head to The Button Factory on 3 February.

04 February

Majid Jordan

Doors: 19:00

The Academy Dublin

Tickets €25.00 available here.

Canadian RnB duo Majid Jordan return to Dublin after the release of their 2023 album Good People /Afterhours.

09 February

Fortune Igiebor Road Rage Tour

Image Credit: t4de.p

Start time: 20:00

Venue: The Grand Social

Tickets €9.00 available here.

Following the success of his documentary screening in the Sugar Club, rising rapper Fortune Igiebor is heading to the Grand Social for a headliner.

12 February


Doors: 19:00

Venue: The 3Olympia Theatre

Tickets €33 available here.

Four times GRAMMY nominated, collaborations with hip hop royalty and an iconic photoshoot that involved a real bear for his debut album cover, 6LACK is an RnB artist that needs little introduction. He performs in The 3Olympia Theatre on Monday 12 February.

20 February


Doors: 19:00

3Olympia Theatre

Tickets: Sold Out

As expected, Pinkpantheress has already sold out her biggest Irish headliner to date. Having had pop culture in her grip during 2023, this is an early contender for one of the most anticipated gigs of the year.

25 Feb 2024


Doors: 19:00

Venue: 3Olympia Theatre

Tickets €42.70 available here.

If you aren’t familiar with Masego’s iconic Colors show, you’re missing out. However, since then, he’s proved he’s anything but a viral sensation, continuing to routinely produce soul-stirring music and expertly collaborate with a carefully curated lineup of likeminded musicians. While the recorded music is phenomenal, this is the kind of voice that slaps harder live.

28 February


Doors 19:00

Venue: The Button Factory

Tickets €20.00 available here.

Galway outfit have impressed with their debut album MADRA. Following a couple of standout EPs they’ve honed their sound and established themselves as one of the most exciting acts in the country right now. This is probably the last time you’ll be able to catch them as a headliner in an Irish venue of this size.