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General News / September 19, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 19 // 21

General News / September 19, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 19 // 21

The last in a series of day parties, rare jazz and soul cuts via the North of England and an intersectional fundraiser.

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.

Either side of Friday’s Culture Night take over there are plenty of events to keep you ticking over.

Thursday 19 September

The Other Side of Detroit – Sin É – 20.30 – 23.30

other side of detorit

The Other Side of Detroit will be spinning the healing sounds of Motown, Stax, Rhythm and Blues all night long. Hosted at Sin É, doors open at 20.30.

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SafeHaus Residents Party – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00


Bringing in a new season of their residency with familiar faces, SafeHaus are back in Wigwam. With a more intense lighting experience, the basement features Semtex, LeeUm, Max Ivory, Evan Carty and Rory O’Reilly, Ugandan Disco Lovers and Darragh Phelan on the first floor. €6 a head on cheaplist and €9 on the door.

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Saturday 21 September

The final Telephones Daytime Party – Pallas Studios – 14.00 – 21.00

telephones final party

Telephones are bringing their last ever BYOB  day party to Pallas Studios after 5 great years. With Antal playing the after-party at Button Factory until late following the daytime antics. The day party commences at 2pm and the night party kicks off at 11pm and tickets are sold separately for each.

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Lumo Club #48 – Calling Out The Night – Yamamori Tengu – 22.30 – 03.00

calling out the night

Lumo Club presents a night of an eclectic music consisting of everything from Four Tet to Beastie Boys. Featuring residents Nialler9, Gavin Elsted and Simon Roche, doors open at 10.30 at Yamamori Tengu and tickets are €5+fees in advance.

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Queer Solidarity Smashes Borders – A4 Sounds – 16.00 – 22.30

queer solidarity

Black Pride Ireland and Queer Action Ireland have come together  to create an evening of food and music in solidarity with the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland at A4 Sounds at St Joseph’s Parade. All funds raised will go to MASI to help fund their inaugural Conference in October.

Doors open at 4pm, it’s BYOB and features performances, panel discussion, raffles and a vegan and halal bbq.

Tickets are available only on the doors, €10 suggested donation / unwaged €5 / folks in DP free entry.

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Northern Soul – The Big Romance – 20.00 – 01.00

Northern Soul

The Big Romance are bringing an evening of rare soul, R&B and funk records of African American’s in the North of England’s industrial cities.

Northern Soul welcomes DJ Tomo to curate a musical journey through the sounds of Detroit, Cincinnati and New York via the North of England.

Doors open at 20.00.

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