This Weekend | January 16th – 18th

A weekly feature to the Last Mixed Tape, This Weekend looks at the must see live music events happening this weekend (Friday, January 16th – Sunday, January 18th).

Friday, January 16th:

State Faces at the Mercantile launch their annual feature State Faces with a line-up that includes: Bitch Falcon, Loah, Dah Jeva & Robocobra Quartet.
Tickets: FREE Doors: 8pm

Come on Live Long in Whelan’s main stage (support: Tongue Bundle)
Alternative-pop act Come On Live Long headline a show in Whelan’s this Friday. The group recently unveiled their new track ‘Trough’.
Tickets: €8 Doors: 8pm

Mr. Scruff at the Button Factory
Electronic producer Mr. Scruff will perform an epic 5 hour DJ set at the Button Factory this Friday night.
Tickets: €20 via Doors: 10pm

Saturday, January 17th:

Gypsy Rebel Rabble in Whelan’s main venue (support: Chas Palmer-Williams)
Folk-punk group Gypsy Rebel Rabble will launch their new album Gypsy-Over-Rebel-Under-Rabble this Saturday night.
Tickets: €10 Doors: 8pm

The Stoles at the Twisted Pepper (support: Travis Oaks)
Indie-rock act the Stoles play the Twisted Pepper in support of their new single ‘Man In The Cave’.
Tickets: €3 Doors: 8pm

Quiffs N Coffins & Dublin City Rounders at Abner Brown’s Barbershop
A night of rockabilly & psychobilly at Abner Brown’s Barbershop in Rathmines with sets from Quiffs N Coffins & Dublin City Rounders.
FREE Doors: 8pm

Sunday, January 18th:

Saucy Sundays at the Grand Social
Weekly live music showcase Saucy Sunday’s will feature sets from Able Archer, Chris Maxey, Kicking Bird, Corina Jaye, Tom Maino & Barry Kirwan this week.
Tickets: FREE Doors: 6pm

Mark Lanegan at the Academy
Alternative-rock songwriter Mark Lanegan plays the second of two live dates at the Academy in Dublin this Sunday.
Tickets: €25 via Doors: 8pm

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