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Music / November 30, 2021

New Voices: UNQ, DeCarteret, Cable Boy & George Feely

George Feely
Music / November 30, 2021

New Voices: UNQ, DeCarteret, Cable Boy & George Feely

Words: Dylan Murphy

This Saturday, we’re throwing a free party as a thank you to all the frontline workers for their commitment in the past two years and today we’re revealing one final special guest.

Way back in April 2020 we said that when clubs reopened we’d throw a big old shindig especially for you. It’s taken 19 months but we’re delighted to finally be throwing that party and saying a massive thank you for all the sacrifices you’ve made along the way.

So on December 4 we’ll be taking over Centre Point (Button Factory). We already announced that our friends DeCarteret, Cable Boy and UNQ will be joining us on the night serving up some musical goodness, however, now we are buzzed to reveal George Feely will also be coming on board to see out the night.

This event is proudly supported by White Claw who’ll be providing a couple of complimentary drinks for you on the night to show their appreciation also. What’s more is, as part of our commitment to a responsible approach to the return of live events we’re providing free antigen tests to all attendees.

Poster for this weekend’s festivities.

Tickets are first come first served so don’t sleep on them!

For front line workers you can access free tickets via this Google form.

For everyone else, click here to grab a ticket for 11.53 euro.

Part of Dublin City Council’s Local Live Performance Scheme funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.

Over 18s – I.D Required

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