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General News / January 31, 2017

5 gigs happening in Dublin this Thursday

General News / January 31, 2017

5 gigs happening in Dublin this Thursday

The stars have aligned, and for some reason this Thursday in the Capital is packed to the rafters with musical talent.


If you’re in the mood to start the weekend early there are a few options to make your Friday morning in work totally unbearable.

Check out five gigs taking place on Thursday February 2. Something for most music fans.

Post Malone in The Academy – Doors 7pm

Nearly two years after the release of ‘White Iverson‘, Post Malone has finally released his debut album. ‘Stoney’ arrived on December 9, and it features Quavo, Kehlani and more.

He performs live in The Academy (upgraded to the main room due to demand) on Thursday. Click here for information.

Sarah Neufeld of Arcade Fire in Bello Bar – Doors 8pm

Homebeat and Ensemble are bringing violinist and composer Sarah Neufeld for an intimate performance in Bello Bar, located in Portobello Harbour.

Best known for her work with Arcade Fire, this is Sarah’s first solo performance in Dublin.

Click here for information.

Loyle Carner at The Workman’s Club – Doors 8pm

London hip hop artist Loyle Carner touches down in Dublin this week for a live performance. Catch him in Workman’s this time, because it’s highly likely he’ll be playing a much bigger venue next time.

Click here for more information and watch his video for ‘The Isle of Arran’ below.

exmagician at Whelan’s – Doors 8pm

Belfast duo exmagician roll into town this week for a headline show in Whelan’s.

Another talented duo in Waldorf & Cannon are on support too. Click here for tickets.

Room For Rebellion at Wigwam – Doors 9pm

On Thursday there will be two synchronised nights happening in Dublin and London. The nights will raise funds for the ‘Coalition to Repeal the Eight Amendment’ and the ‘Abortion Rights Campaign’.

The Dublin event features Cáit, Dreamcycles aka Genjii, CAILIN and H. O’Dea.

Click here for ticket information.