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General News / February 6, 2017

Wah Wah Club is moving across Dublin City to a new venue

General News / February 6, 2017

Wah Wah Club is moving across Dublin City to a new venue

Wah Wah has hosted some big names in techno, house and hip hop, and now they’re changing things up.

“After an incredible few months at The Grand Social, this weekend will be our last.”

Wah Wah will be making the short journey south of the Liffey, and from Friday February 17 they’ll be located in South William every Thursday to Sunday.

“We’re so excited about this new beginning as we feel a more intimate space will suit what we want to achieve, which is a different, relaxed and fun kind of club experience with some of our favourite underground artists.”

Keep your eyes peeled for events popping up in the new venue. We’re excited to see what they do with the place.