Kodaline After Party
If you like Kodaline or just want to go enjoy a late After Party on Friday night, McGowans of Phibsboro will have DJs playing over 3 floors from 12:00 am. Musically the club offers something for everyone. There is an excellent mixture of the latest commercial sounds & R’n’B, mixed with the hottest classic dance hits. You will probably hear plenty of what you like throughout the night.
If you are single and looking, ealier on the same night the bar will be running a Singles Party. It kicks off at 10pm sharp, and is upstairs in the Nightclub. They have a DJ on the night, with games and great craic! Good luck!
Friday (08.07) from 12:00 am
FREE in with your ticket
McGowans of Phibsboro – Phibsboro Road, Dublin 7
Beyonce After Party
Do you want to keep the Beyonce vibes going after her concert? The Morgan Bar are throwing an after-party in her honour on Saturday. DJ Al Gibbs & Steve O will be pumpin’ out some Beyonce tunes from new album Lemonade and some older tunes from back in the day.
Be prepared for a fun night of dancing!
They will also have a Beyonce Cocktail List which includes:
“Flawless Hot B.I.T.C.H” – Olmeca Tequila Gold, Chilli Pepper Liquer with Mango Puree
“If I Were A Bad Boy” – Jack Daniels with Lemon, Orgeat Syrup & Passion Fruit Juice
“Single Ladies Seductive Hendricks Tonic..” – A classic G&T favourite with a twist
Saturday (09.07) at 8:00 pm
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The Morgan Bar – 10 Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2
THe Meeting House Sister Bar Opening Night
Do you like The Meeting House Bar? So you should know that they will be opening its sister restaurant/bar – The Rory Gallagher on Thursday, just next door!
They will have a Rory Gallagher Tribute band playing till late, bringing rock blues back to Dublin and also:
– 2 for 1 cocktails & wine
-3 for 2 on all food dishes
That sounds good, doesn’t it!
The Meeting House is a cozy place with good vibes, great food, drink, music and art. I can’t wait to see their new bar!
Thursday (07.07) from 5:00 pm
Like & share the event on The Meeting House Facebook page to win €100 bar tab
The Rory Gallagher Bar – East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland D2
MUTEFISH + Callous Crows
I absolutely love this band! I heard them playing one of their songs, which is still my favourite, and could not help but buy their album straight away. Mutefish is formed by musicians from Ireland, Poland, Lithuania, Portugal and Ukraine. This mix of the musical sounds and cultures of Eastern Europe with traditional Irish influences results in a unique type of music that is just engaging and full of quality. They will be playing an intimate and fun gig in Sin É (Irish for That’s It), on Friday night. The venue will be receiving Callous Crows on the same night, a two piece rock band that plays alternative hard rock and grunge.
Friday (08.07) from 9:00 pm
Sin É – 14-15 Upper Ormond Quay Co. Dublin, Dublin, Ireland 7
Every weekend Sin É has DJ’s and live music from local bands.
Raff’s Open Mic Night
Special Guest: Ryan O’Shaughnessy
If you are around Skerries on Friday night and in the mood for some great live music, you should definitely go down to the Raff’s Open Mic Night. One Friday a month Liz Seaver hosts a music night with local talent in Raff’s On The Corner Skerries. This time, the amazing RYAN O’SHAUGHNESSY is the special guest for the night. He will be sharing his lovely old and new songs alongside some other talented local musicians such as Jessica Chase, from Canada, and Sara Rose who will be releasing her debut EP in August. Throughout the night you will also listen to the fantastic Aisling Kiely Rush’s finest, the wonderful Fiona Garvey of The Voice 2015 fame and the Spanish Santi Lopez. I don’t want to miss it!
Friday (08.07) – from 9:30 pm
Live At The Liquor Rooms Vol IV
What about a chilled Sunday with some good live music, delicious cocktails and a cozy place? The Liquor Rooms will be receiving the authentic Queeva, along with the talented Sean Rooney and Clara Tracey, beautiful voice, with a great mix of folk, roots, soul, acoustic, contemporary gospel and blues. Great way to finish the weekend!
Sunday (10.07) from 8:00 pm
The Liquor Rooms – 5, Wellington Quay, Dublin, Ireland D2
JUST EAT Street Festival
JUST EAT Street – the international street food festival runs on July 9th and 10th in Dublin’s Merrion Square and July 16th and 17th in Cork’s Fitzgerald Park.
JUST EAT Street is a feast of food, fun & entertainment running the length of Merrion Square South in Dublin 2, and the rose garden in Cork’s Fitzgerald Park. They have partnered with Irish Village Markets to showcase over 25 different cuisines from around the world.
To celebrate Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink 2016, JUST EAT Street in Dublin’s Merrion Square will also feature a selection of Northern Ireland’s best food producers.
JUST EAT Street in Dublin will feature an international music stage to complement the cuisine on offer. New Orleans funk band Stomptown Brass, afrobeat ensemble Ájo Arkestra, samba musicians and dancers MaSamba Samba School will play across the 2-day street food event. Headlining the music stage are masters of flamenco comedy, Barcelona’s Olé! de Paul Morocco The Heavy Mental Flamenco Show.
I wouldn’t miss the biggest summer festival in Ireland!
Saturday (09.07), Sunday (10.07) at 12:00 pm
Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular, Dublin, Ireland
Love Me Tinder Play
The amazing Aidan O’Sullivan will be starring in this one act comedy play about a Canadian man visiting Dublin whose late-night encounter with an Irish woman he has met on Tinder is interrupted by his distracting internal dialogue. Perfect to go after work, have a laugh and a few drinks to relax.
Thursday (07.07), Friday (08.07) at 7:00 pm
Tickets: €5 (at the door)
The International Bar – 23 Wicklow Street, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2
Happenings will be working with 7Up for the upcoming months to bring a series of seven blockbuster films in their awesome outdoor spaces in Dublin and Cork. Expect all that Happenings usually do plus loads of fun extra’s on each of these nights!
To start us off, next week we are going to be screening the hilarious film Big on the beautiful grounds of The Law School – Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place.
Tickets will be on sale over on usheru up until 2pm on the day of the screening and after that they will be available to buy on the door.
Bring blankets and warm things. Arrive early to avail of cool new seating and lots more free stuff.
Thursday (07.08) at 8:00 pm
Law Society of Ireland – Blackhall Place, Dublin 7, County Dublin, Ireland
Fusion Sundays -World Culture Market
If you haven’t visited the Fusion Sundays -World Culture Market yet, maybe this Sunday is a good day to do it.
Experience pop-up workshops, ethnic dance performances, live music, street-food, and of course plenty of stalls from around the globe!
More than just a market, Fusion Sundays also presents an authentic Bellydance Performance, pop-up yoga for adults and kids, and a real live Swing Jazz Band.
Join this vibrant event of colours, tastes, and smells brought to Dublin from all corners of the globe!
Sunday (10.07) from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Dublin Food Co-op, 12 New Market Square Dublin 8