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General News / October 31, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 31//1//2

General News / October 31, 2019

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 31//1//2

Kick off your Halloween with some of the city’s spookiest events.

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.

As to be expected we have added a number of haunting events to this week’s essential list ahead of Halloween. There’s a healthy mix of banging local music and international heavy hitters to keep you moving all weekend.

Thursday 31 November

The Midnight Disco Halloween Party – District 8 – 22.00 – 03.00

halloween disco district 8

The Midnight Disco have announced their biggest party to date. They are taking over District 8 for Halloween with names from home and abroad.

Featuring on the night is Randomer, Lsdxoxo, Aoife O’Neill, Notions, Thrust and The Midnight Disco residents. There will be art installations from NCAD and fancy dress is encouraged.

Click here for more info.

One Last Time With Feeling – The Bernard Shaw – 16.00 – 05.00

One last time with feeling

Featuring a mega line up in their last appearance in The Shaw, Good Name, Junior Spesh, Club Comfort, Betty and Acid Granny (Live) will providing the vibes all night. One of the stand out events on Halloween this year.

Click here for more info.

Human T-Error: Shampain -39/40 Dublin – 23.00 – 03.00

human error

Galway native Shampain has quickly risen through the ranks with his selection of techno, jungle and grime building his reputation as a selector.  He’s bringing the energy to 39/40 Dublin on Halloween this year and opening up proceedings is Utopia Collective’s Billy Iland, followed by trusted Human Error residents Aero & Dylan Forbes [Patrice & Evra].

Click here for more.


Friday 1 November

Techno & Cans Free Party w/ Sam Greenwood – Berlin D2 – 22.00 – 02.00

techno and cans sam
Techno & Cans head honcho Sam has done his fair share of shows over the years and this weekend he will be duty all night long at the Berlin Basement. He’ll go through a heap of techno from 1997 to 2019, with the repetitive and loopy sounds of Gaetano Parisio, Technasia and early Umek, to the modern but vintage inspired sounds of Tommy Holohan, Dax J and Stranger, plus throwing in the likes of DJ Assault and DJ Funk along the way.

Free in and capacity is limited to 100, once it’s full it’s full.

Click here for more info.

Spooked Spacer – Haunted Houzze Halloween – LoSt LaNe –  23.00 – 02.30 

spacer spooked

This week is a Haunted Houzze Halloween special!
With DJs Greta Sulcaite and Niamh. Expect a spooky night with some Haunted Houzze. Free in from 11pm to late.

Click here for more info.

Feel Like Jumping Presents: Music From The Black Bag #1 – Anseo Camden Street – 19.30 – 01.30

music from the black bag

No messing about with this one just a microphone and two turntables. Joined by two of the original Elbow Room crew on the night and also Mr Kaidi Tatham.

Click here for more info.

Saturday 2 November

Garage and Cans – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00

garage and cans


For a one off party, Techno & Cans have curated a mega line-up for a garage special. Enlisting Carlton Doom & MathMan together, plus adding one of the most versatile DJs on the planet, Karl Guest to make this a very, very fun edition of Garage & Cans.

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GASH Collective – Lucky’s – 20.00 – 01.00

gash collective

Two of Galway’s best up and coming DJs, Mia and Sarah harding will be on duties for Gash collective’s fifth edition of their Lucky’s takeover. Expect disco, house, electro & more.

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All City “Gone But Not Forgotten” Jam – The Bernard Shaw – 12.00 – 18.00

one last all city

Exactly what it says on the tin. This will be the last All City party in the Shaw and will run all afternoon in a grand send off to the string of parties they’ve thrown over the years.

Free in, click here for more info.

Club Comfort: Halloween -Commercial Rowing Club Dublin – 23.00 – 03.00

Club Comfort

Club Comfort have a Halloween special this month featuring CNÁMHA, Selky and Baliboc, advance tickets are €10 or €12 on the door.

Click here for more info.

Seb Wildblood – Yamamori Tengu – 22.00 – 03.00

halloween tengu

Hidden Agenda Presents Seb Wildblood with support from E M A at Yamamori Tengu this Saturday. Welcoming one of their favourite acts back to Dublin, Seb makes his long awaited return to Irish shores to showcase his extensive back catalogue.

Click here for more info.