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General News / October 17, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 18//19//20

General News / October 17, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 18//19//20

Ireland’s first karaoke banquet, final parties at The Shaw & 35mm cult movie screening.

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 there’s an eclectic mix of events to satisfy your need for a boogie. Featuring a few final parties at The Shaw, banging techno a 35mm showing of a cult classic.


 Friday 18 October

Sing For Your Dinner – Copper Face Jacks – 19.00 – 22.00

sing for your dinner

Make complete garbage of your favourite songs or scream your lungs out to the bangers of our generation! Think audience participation, hefty pints, power ballads, one-hit wonders, sing-offs, guilty pleases, air punch moments, inflatable instruments, confetti showers, delectable treats, comedian hosts, stage performers and €100’s worth of the most sought after concert tickets and prizes in town!

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Last All City Party – The Bernard Shaw – 19.00 – 01.30

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All City play their final party at The Bernard Shaw this Friday! Pull up for a night of banging tracks and good vibes.

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Laurel Halo – Yamamori Tengu – 23.00 – 03.00

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With releases that pull from everything from ambient soundscapes to UK bass music, Laurel Halo is an act that is at the forefront of music. Laurel’s debut album on Hyperdub Records was named album of the year by The Wire and she curates this year’s MODE series in London which sees her collaborate with DJ Bone, Funkineven and Beatrice Dillon among others.

Laurel Halo comes to the intimate confines of Yamamori Tengu to showcase the more clubby side to her record collection.
Support on the night comes from one of Dublin’s own, Sputnik One A/V.

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VTSS, Myler, Rory Dowling – Index – 23.00 – 03.00

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Hard hitting Techno Queen VTSS will make Research / Irish debut, alongside DSNT’s Myler this Friday. They will be joined by Research sweetheart Rory Dowling, who will also be celebrating his birthday that night. Quality techno all night long, doors open at 23.00.

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Movember Ireland – SpeakEasy Dublin – 18.00 – 21.00

movember speak easy

Off the back of some highly successful events in Australia,  Movember SpeakEasy is coming to Dublin. Join the Tomorrow Team at The SpeakEasy on Friday for a celebration of meaningful connection. There will be pointers on how to effectively support friends going through a rough time.

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Saturday 19 October

Romare – LoSt LaNe – 23.00 – 03.00

romare hidden agenda

With a highly anticipated release on Ninja Tunes just around the corner, Hidden Agenda have invited Romare back to Dublin. A dedicated multi-instrumentalist, his music displays a vast knowledge of melody and percussion alike. Ultimately, Romare is producing sounds that are introspective, euphoric and electrifying in equal measures. Doors are at 23.00 and support on the night comes from Dublin’s own Squig.

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American Psycho 35mm Screening – Lighthouse Cinema – 22.45 – 01.00

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Hollywood Babylon is back and they kick off a new season of 35mm screenings with American Psycho as we approach its 20th anniversary.

Plenty more treats on the night including Huey Lewis in the bar, announcements about their upcoming season and pre-show treats courtesy of Trailer Trash.

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WTS Presents: Big Miz b2b Sally C – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00

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What’s That Sound presents a stellar night of music at Wigwam this weekend. Big Miz has consistently been releasing amazing music on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams he is joined by Sally C who has resided in Berlin since 2015 and been running parties and playing at some of the best clubs around the city. Saturday sees them go back to back at Wigwam with appearances also from Cinnte and Dylan Forbes b2b Aero.

Doors are at 23.00.

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 Sunday 20 October

Last Balanço Certo in the Shaw – The Bernard Shaw – 15.00 – 23.00

Last Balanço Certo

A final monthly appearance at Richmond Street for Balanço Certo sees hosts and selectors Mick t-woc & Pablo Santos dig through the decades of Brazilian music from up and down the country to find the best cuts from funk to forro, groove music to regional jams, b-sides to classics. Go Dance Ireland will be hosting a special once off afro-brazilian dance workshop with Alessandra Azevedo, in the afternoon. Ortega & Andrew will also be taking control of the Shaw’s turntables on Sunday.

The Big blue bus will be providing pizzas in the yard and everything kicks off at 15.00.

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