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General News / December 12, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 13//14//15

General News / December 12, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 13//14//15

Save the planet, sink some pints and swap some clothes this weekend!

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 weekend we have an eclectic showcase courtesy of Squish, the opening of dog-friendly bar BrewDog, a clothes swap shop and a pint-fuelled event to encourage sustainable thinking.

Friday 13 December

Squish. #2 – Drop Dead Twice – 20.00 – 02.00

squish 2

Squish is back for another dose of mayhem.
This time they’ve upped the ante. Bringing together some of the country’s best talent under one roof, there will be a number of crazy collaborative sets.

Gemma Dunleavy X Baliboc

Toké O’Drift X Blue niall

Julia Louise KnifeFist

Plus Djs till late with Paradise91
+ Very Special Guests

Click here for more info.

OSLO ft. Elkin – Workman’s Club – 23.00 – 02.30

oslo elkin

Oslo’s monthly residence in Workman’s showcases some of Ireland’s most exciting new artists. This time round they’ve recruited ELKIN and it’s free in too!

Click here for more info.

BrewDog Outpost Dublin – Official Opening – 12.00 – 00.00

brewdog - daily mirror

BrewDog will open its doors on Friday 13 December at 12.00.

The newest bar is kitted out with a 5hl brewkit and two bars with 20 taps each. The bar is dog-friendly and is located at the end of Capital Dock. The first 100 people inside will have their chance to win:

· Year Free Beer

· Trip for two to the Source of our beer in Ellon, Scotland

· Beer Schools

If you ask for a Guinness you’ll get a pint of Jet Black Heart on them!

Click here for more info.

Saturday 14 December

GreenHouse – Bernard Shaw – 21.00 – 01.00

greenhouse bernard shaw

GreenHouse is an Irish collective merging music and sustainability. Native Events’ resident DJs, GreenHouse mixes music and environmental activism to create the perfect blend of conscious debauchery. For their first outing in The Bernard Shaw they have the GreenHouse DJs on hand to provide the tunes all night.

Featuring:
Heaps Keen
Booties Alder
Worries Outernational
Mixtress

Click here for more info.

Skream – Index – 23.00 – 03.00

Skream Index

Following one of the stand-out performances at Life 19, Index welcome Croyden selector Skream back to Irish shores for all night affair.

The Croydon DJ and producer is hands down one of the most diverse and skilled selectors in the game at the moment, with regular appearances alongside everyone from Disclosure to Eats Everything.

Click here for more info.

Bubblegum w/ Callum Duff – Hang Dai – 23.00

Bubblegum Callum Duff

Bubblegum have invited Callum Duff from the UK to confines of Hang Dai for a night of oddball tunes. An avid crate digger with a love for street-soul it promises to be a weird and wonderful night.

Click here for more info.

Sunday 15 December

Swap Shop Sundays – Wigwam – 13.00 – 15.30

Wigwam swap shop

Swap Shop Sundays will return to the basement of Wigwam for their final swap of 2019. On top of the regular clothes swapping there will be a live podcast featuring Anna Duke, the faces behind Sustainable Fashion Dublin and the woman behind the infamous duvet puffer jacket: Rachel Maguire! The panel will take place from 1.00-1.30 sharp.

Click here for more info.

Pints for the Planet – Bello Bar – 19.30 – 23.30 

Pints for the Planet

If you like pints and are terrified about climate change you are in luck. Bellobar are hosting a night and all proceeds go to Friends of The Earth Ireland and they’ll be giving tips on how to do your part.

Performances on the night from Mark Wolfson, Beaufort Dyke, Myopia and some very, very special guests.

Click here for more info.

Photography: George Voronov