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General News / October 10, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 11//12//13

General News / October 10, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 11//12//13

slowthai’s official afterparty, a live rendition of a classic video game’s soundtrack and plenty of banging club nights.

Every Thursday at District we’ll be curating a selection of unmissable events in Dublin ahead of the coming weekend. Whether you have an appetite for thumping techno or are craving some hip hop classics we have you covered.

This week there’s a number of banging partys in Wigwam, an unofficial slowthai afterparty and  an all-night vinyl set to keep you moving over the weekend.

Friday 11 October

Nothing Great About Workman’s – A Soft Boy & District Party – The Workman’s Club – 23.00 – 03.00

nothing great about workmans

Nothing Great About Workman’s? Of course that’s not true… But District are having a little shindig to celebrate a certain Northampton rapper arriving in Dublin.

District Magazine and Soft Boy Records are teaming up for an unofficial afterparty for slowthai‘s gig in The Academy. We’ve got some extra special guests lined up to join us on the night, keep yours on this wonderful prize!

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Grand Theft Audio – Sounds of Vice City – Tramline – 19.30 – 22.15

vice city

The soundtrack from Grand Theft Auto is bring performed live by a professional 9 piece band in Tramline this Friday. With songs from many of the popular radio stations such as FLASH, V ROCK, EMOTION, FEVER and more, Indulge in a night of nostalgia that also features projections of memorable scenes of Tommy Vercetti’s epic journey through Vice City.

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DJ Royal Yellow. All Vinyl, All Night – The Big Romance – 21.00 – 01.00

royal yellow

Mark O’Brien a.k.a Royal Yellow is no stranger to The Big Romance and he is returning to bring floor fillers from 9pm this Friday.
Expect hip-hop, disco, r&b, rock, jazz, electronica and more.

Free admission.

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Homebeat Selects: Kyoto Love Hotel – The Bernard Shaw – 20.00 – 01.00

homebeat shaw

Homebeats selects has recruited some of the island’s brightest young talents for a night of select tunes in The Bernard Shaw. Hot off the back of their appearance at Irish Music Week, electronic pop duo Kyoto Love Hotel will be landing to provide musical goodness. Before and after Kyoto Love Hotel the Homebeat DJs will curate a mean selection of tunes to see the night through. It’s free in and starts at 20.00.

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Mutate x Utopia : MAMA SNAKE – Wigwam -22.30 – 03.00

mama shake

Mama Snake is heading to Wigwam for her Dublin debut. Having gained plaudits for her hard hitting and energetic sets, the Danish DJ is shelling the Wigwam basement this Friday in celebration of Mutate’s 6th birthday and Utopia Collective’s 2nd birthday.

Door tax starting at €10 moving to €12 then €15 on the door.

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Souletiquette X Wigwam – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00

souletiquette wigwam

Souletiquette is bringing a mix of new & Classic R&B/Hip Hop, Trap Baile, Future Beats, Afrobeats & more to its monthly party in Wigwam. It’s free entry too!

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Saturday 12 October

Club Comfort & Friends At The Shaw – The Bernard Shaw – 18.30 – 01.30


Club Comfort are excited to bring our friends down for a last dance and a good time. Featuring music from Baliboc, Roo Honeychild, DJ SELKY and more TBA, its free in all night and music kicks off at 6pm.

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Bodytonic Presents: Carista – Wigwam 23.00 – 03.00

carista wigwam

CARISTA  is one of the busiest DJs around at the moment, playing a multitude of festivals alongside her own United Identities party and now she is heading to Wigwam this weekend. Kicking off at 23.00 she will be joined by E M A on what promises to be a night filled with banging techno.

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PINK CLOUDS #1 – Jaja Studios – 17.00 – 23.00

pink cloud
Jaja studios is being taken over for the launch of Pink Clouds, a new collective of filmmakers, artists and musicians based in Dublin. It’s BYOB and features live sets from Nollie, Armed Response Unit (Papa Razzi, Will Boyle) and Rory. Visual art will also be on show from a number of artists and art and merch will be available on the night too.

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Canopy #2: Search Party Animal – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00

canopy 2

After a wild night at Workman’s, N I T E F I S H, Loners & WBOTM are back with another joint evening of alternative electronic music, this time around featuring some of the most left-field sound sorcerers in Dublin and a rare electronic set by members of Search Party Animal! Free Entry!

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Sunday 13 October

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool – Irish Film Institute – 15.30 

miles davis birth of the cool

Featuring never-before-seen archival footage, studio outtakes, and rare photos, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool tells the story of a truly singular talent and unpacks the man behind the horn.

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