This Weekend

This Weekend | November 28th – 30th

A weekly feature to the Last Mixed Tape, This Weekend looks at the must see live music events happening this weekend (Friday, November 28th – Sunday, November 30th).

Friday, November 28th:

September Girls at the Bello Bar (support: Squarehead & Sissy)
September Girls will celebrate the release of their new E.P. Veneer this Friday night at the Bello Bar. Read TLMT’s review of the record here.
Tickets: €5 before 9pm / Then €7 Doors: 8.30pm

Skinny Wolves Present: Girls Names at the Joinery (support: Princess & Low Tide)
Alternative-rock band Girls Names play a special intimate show a the Joinery this weekend. BYOB
Tickets: €10 via skinny,bigcartel.com Doors: 8pm

The Statics in Sweeney’s Bar (support: Created By Comets)
Indie-rock outfit the Statics launch the release of their new single ‘Hidden Pigeon’ in Sweeney’s Bar.
Tickets: €5 Doors: 8.30pm

Saturday, November 29th:

Columbia Mills at Whelan’s upstairs venue (support: Dear Desert)
Indietronica act Columbia Mills celebrate the release of their stunning debut E.P. Factory Settings. Read TLMT’s review of the record here.
Tickets: €8 via whelanslive.com Doors: 8pm

Doolittle Presents: Woman’s Hour at the Workman’s Club (support: Floor Staff) 
London-based indie act Woman’s Hour come to Dublin to play the Workman’s Club this Saturday night.
Tickets: €10 via theworkmansclub.com Doors: 8pm

King Kong Company at the Sugar Club (support: Nanu Nanu & Casanova Wave)
Electro infused outfit King Kong Company play their first Dublin headline show at the Sugar Club this Saturday night.
Tickets: SOLD-OUT Doors: 11.30pm

Sunday, November 30th:

Classic Vinyl Sunday Presents: Pink Floyd’s The Wall at the Twisted Pepper
Classic Vinyl Sunday will host its inaugural event with the focus on a full length listen to Pink Floyd’s seminal album The Wall on vinyl through the Twisted Pepper’s high-quality sound system. The show will also include a short panel discussion featuring The Last Mixed Tape’s Stephen White and Keith Moss of indie-rock band the Tightrope Walkers.
Tickets: €10 plus free 3FE Coffee or glass of wine Doors: 5pm

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