A weekly feature to the Last Mixed Tape, This Weekend looks at the must see live music events happening this weekend (Friday, November 21st – Sunday, November 23rd).
Friday, November 21st:
Jennifer Evan’s in Whelan’s main venue
Jennifer Evan’s will celebrate the release of her new album Works from the Dip and Foul.
Tickets: €10 Doors: 8pm
Mongoose in Whelan’s upstairs venue (support: Conor Linnie)
Jazz-folk act Mongoose will launch the release of their new single ‘Bottom Line’ this Friday night.
Tickets: €7 Doors:
Ballet School in the Workman’s Club
Synth-pop trio Ballet School will perform at the Workman’s this weekend as they continue to tour their debut album The Dew Lasts An Hour.
Tickets: €12.50 via ticketmaster.ie Doors: 8pm
Zaska at the Grand Social
Zaska launch the release of their new E.P. Different Light the Grand Social on Friday.
Tickets: €7/10 Doors: 8pm
Red Enemy at the Button Factory (support: Overhead the Albatross, Frustration, Nibiru & Bitch Falcon)
Red Enemy celebrate the launch of their self-titled debut album at the Button Factory with an exciting supporting line-up.
Tickets: €10 Doors: 7.30pm
Saturday, November 22nd:
Bantum Brunch at the Odessa Club
Bantum will host a special Prince driven DJ set with Homebeat’s Emmet Condon as part of the Odessa Club’s 10th anniversary month celebrations.
Youth Mass at the Twisted Pepper (support: Half of Me)
Alternative-rock act Youth Mass launch the release of their new single ‘Tony Don’t You Worry’ at the Twisted Pepper this Saturday night.
Tickets: FREE Doors: 8pm
Night Howl: Makings & Future Phantoms in Whelan’s upstairs
Electro-rock act Makings headline this month’s Night Howl in Whelan’s.
Doors: 11.30pm Tickets: Free before 10.30pm or RSVP