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General News / December 24, 2019

District: St. Stephen’s Day Neighbourhood Watch

General News / December 24, 2019

District: St. Stephen’s Day Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch – A celebration of the talent permeating up through Dublin’s grass roots into your delicious consciousness.

For our first Neighbourhood Watch event in a while, we thought it was essential to take it to the new Shaw. The old Shaw (rip) gave us so many good memories, and with the harsh social and political landscape existing in Dublin at the moment we thought it was important to take over a venue that’s consistently pushed quality music and cultural events with aplomb while keeping the vultures at bay.

Anyway, onto the pleasant bit, we’ve curated a line up of friends, allies, talented newcomers and generally great people to help make this a Stephen’s Night party worth getting out of your Stephen’s Day tracksuit for. Expect hip hop, grime, garage, slow jams, disco and whatever our selectors have in their Christmas Stocking.

Stuff the Quality Street into the press, say no to that Turkey sandwich, pause Avengers: Endgame because it’s time to have a dance in Phibsborough.

We’ve got a mega line-up:

MathMan, Blue Niall, ANU (Dublin Digital Radio), YURN (Live) and District DJs will all be on hand to keep the festive spirit going in Phibsborough.

St. Stephen’s Day
The Bernard Shaw (the new one, obviously)
21:00 – Late

Neighbourhood Watch St. Stephens day

Click here for €5 early bird tickets.