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Music / September 20, 2022

Overmono, Or:la, DJ Seinfeld and more announced for Centre Point

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Music / September 20, 2022

Overmono, Or:la, DJ Seinfeld and more announced for Centre Point

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Button Factory’s late night space has revealed the lineup for the upcoming winter season.

In the last year, Centre Point has become a go to spot to catch the best in electronic music. The Button Factory’s late night space has hosted the likes of Laurent Garnier, Mall Grab, Folamour, Partiboi69, Maribou State, Floating Points, Vintage Culture, Romare and homegrown talents like Krystal Klear, Mano Le Tough, Dart and George Feely. Additionally, they’ve worked with collectives and groups from across the country like Shed Sessions, Mo Cultivatin, DDR and more.

Now, they’ve announced season 2 of their shows which features Overmono (Live), Saoirse, Daniel Avery, Franky Wah, HAAi, Barry Can’t Swim, DJ Seinfield, Or:la, Prospa, O’Flynn and Daithí. Moreover, Centre Point is also collaborating with AVA Festival on their Connections series which see club nights taking place simultaneously across Dublin, Belfast and London on the same weekend.

Line up:

Fri, Sept 23                        Dan Shake + Jack Thompson + January Winters €10

Sat, Sep 24                         AVA Connections: Joy Orbison, DART & Síofra €25

Fri, Sep 30                         DJ Fuckoff + Prozak + Derv €15

Sat, Oct 1                            prYmary colours – The Love Ball €15

Thu, Oct 6                          Overmono (Live) + Tia Cousins €20 *8pm Doors

Fri, Oct 7                            Saoirse ‘trUst’ (All Night Long) €10-€15

 Fri, Oct 14                         Franky Wah | All Night Long €20

Sat, Oct 15                         Dom Whiting – Drum N Bass €20

Fri, Oct 21                          Daithi (Live) €15

Sat, Oct 22                         Or:la + Síofra €10-€15

Fri, Oct 28                          DJ Seinfeld €10-€15

Sun, Oct 30                        Barry Can’t Swim €10-€15

Fri, Nov 11                        O’Flynn + Soul Jam €10-€15

Sat, Nov 12                       ABSOLUTE €10-€15

Fri, Nov 18                        Krystal Klear €15-€20

Sat, Nov 19                       Prospa [Live]€15-€20

Sat, Nov 26                       HAAi €15-€20

Fri, Dec 16                        Daniel Avery €15-€20

Click here for tickets.

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