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General News / September 12, 2019

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

General News / September 12, 2019

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

Brazilian beats, banging techno and hip hop showcases to keep you moving 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 week the choices available range from hip hop show cases to  boogie inducing club nights that feature everything from Brazilian to disco.


Friday 13 September

Global Warming Listening Party – Ink Factory – 19.00-21.00

global warming listnening party

‘Global Warming’, the collaborative effort from Rebel Phoenix and Marcus Woods drops this Friday and to celebrate they are hosting a listening party in The Ink Factory. Featuring highly anticipated music, free entry and complimentary drinks it’s sure to provide the perfect buzz to start the weekend.

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Homebeat Selects: Larry & DJ Wastefellow – Bernard Shaw – 20.00-00.00

home beats selects

Dundalk three-piece Larry released their self-titled album through Pizza Pizza Records Records in April of this year and they are taking their lo-fi alt-rock energy to The Bernard Shaw this weekend. Followed up by Soft Boy Record’s DJ Wastefellow who will be providing his eclectic selection to see out the night. Oh and it’s free in too!

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OSLO XVI ft. Burner Records – Workman’s 23.00-03.00


oslo burner records

Once a month OSLO XVI are bringing a live music showcase featuring some of the country’s most exciting new artists. For the first instalment they have linked up with the Burner Records crew to give you a taste of what the future of Irish hip hop looks like. With free entry and live sets from FYNCH, Arbu, Marcus Woods, Sick Nanley & Local boy this is as good as it gets for free hip hop showcases.

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Saturday 14 September


Squish – BelloBar  20.00-00.00

squish bello bar

Presenting their debut live event, Squish have recruited Toké O’Drift, This Fresh Hell & qwasi for “an evening of smutty, throbbing electronic music” in BelloBar. Plus an official afterparty at Hang Dai (Camden st.) with Dj – Paradise91.

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UFO Club X Out of Space X Telephones – Yamamori Tengu 22.00-03.00


This month Telephones have linked up with a couple of great club nights from Cork & Galway via Dublin. Featuring ‘Out of Space’ with Aoife O’Neill, ‘UFO Club’ with Ian Duffy and ‘Telephones’ with Pablo Santos expect a healthy dose of Brazilian, disco and various other dance inducing rhythms. 10 o’clock doors, advance tickets from €5, or 12 quid on the door.

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Different Rhythm x Sim Simma BYOB Party – 22.00-03.00

sim simma different rhythm

Different Rhythm and Sim Simma are collaborating to bring one last blast before the winter takes hold. Expect afro, Brazillian, funk, kidura, reggae, dancehall and soca vibes all night. €10 at the gate email rhythmdifferent@gmail.com to RSVP and they will confirm location on the day.

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