We’ve compiled a list of gigs happening around Ireland this Bank Holiday Weekend.
Check out what Ireland has to offer on the last Bank Holiday Weekend of the Summer; from Dublin, Cork, Belfast, Galway and Waterford you can find out whats on in your area.
Friday 2nd August
Techno & Cans bring local legend Tommy Holohan to Wigwam for a full venue takeover this Friday; on support is Techno & Cans head honcho and The Building Society agency’s boss man Sam Greenwood. Upstairs will be covered with an all night long B2B with George Feely and SHEE. This is one you can’t miss out on.
Josh Wink headlines Button Factory this Friday for a classic blend of acid and break beats. Support from Mark Kavanagh and Pressure on the night.
OCD Belfast twinned with Annaghtek host local DJ, H A N N A H in The Art Department this Friday for a pride pre party. The rising talent comes from the Sofia and AFEKT groups; plenty of experience under her belt, this show will be fast from the start.
Saturday 3rd August
Subject partner with Sense to bring Detroit legend Moodymann to Button Factory this Saturday with support from Lee Kelly and Galactic Boat Club.
Beatyard returns for what is possibly its last year at Dun Laoghaire Harbour. The two day event starts this Saturday hosting talent such as Groove Armada, Marc Rebillet and Todd Terje are among the star studded lineup.
Party starter George Feely debuts in Yamamori Tengu for an all night show on Saturday night.
Leon Vynehall takes control of Wigwam’s basement for Beatyard’s after party this Saturday while DJ Yoda hits up the bar dance floor.
Mother DJs bring their party sound to Dali Cork for Pride Weekend which will certainly be a not to miss party.
Twitch Belfast host Steffi and Virginia at The Speakeasy in Belfast this Saturday. The Belfast crew always host the best in International talent and this is one is no different.
As heavy as they come. AVA team up with DSNT to bring a stacked techno lineup for Pride weekend in Belfast.
Sunday 4th August
Krystal Klear brings back his Labour of Love party to Wigwam for the final Beatyard afterparty. Krystal Klear holds down the basement while Miss Kate and Handsome Paddy take charge in the bar.
Moscow born and Denmark raised artist, Anastasia Kristensen headlines Pyg Sundays along with rising star Cailín.
Manifest Promotions present Remco Beekwilder at 39/40’s main room on Sunday night. Furlo and Man-D support the Dutchman for his return to Dublin.
Basement Project host a Bank Holiday yard party with a lineup including Jon Hussey, Derek Carr, Maedbh O’Connor, Offtrack and much more.
Ejeca returns to Waterford and his second gig for the RePublik collective. Ejeca always puts on a show, be sure to check this one out.