This Weekend | February 20th – 22nd

A weekly feature to the Last Mixed Tape, This Weekend looks at the must see live music events happening this weekend (Friday, February 20th – Sunday, February 22nd).

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20th

Choice Cuts & Abner Brown’s present: Blog Party at the Sugar Club
Hosted by Abner Brown, Blog Party will see The Last Mixed Tape, Nialler 9, Goldenplec & Le Cool curate a line-up to play the Sugar Club this Friday night. Acts performing on the night include: Carriages, Dear Desert, Bitch Falcon and TLMT’s pick September Girls. After show DJ sets from WellKnown and DiscoTekken.
Tickets: €12 on the door Doors: 7.30pm

Elastic Sleep in Whelan’s main venue
Elastic Sleep will headline the main venue in Whelan’s this Friday with support on the night coming from Other Creatures.
Tickets: €8 Doors: 8pm

Meltybrains? at the Pepper Canister Church
Meltybrains? will celebrate the launch of their double A-side single ‘IV/Donegal’ with a show at the Pepper Canister Church.
Tickets: €12.50 (SOLD-OUT) Doors: 8pm

Makings at the Grand Social 
Makings will launch their new album Man On Fire at the Grand Social with support from the Other Breed and Silent Noise Parade.
Tickets: €5/€10 (with album) Doors: 8pm

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21st

Midnight Hour: Fallen Rule in Whelan’s upstairs venue
Indie-rock group Fallen Rule play a late night show in Whelan’s with support from This Other Kingdom.
Doors: 11.30pm Tickets: Free before 10.30pm or RSVP

Medium Presents: Fierce Mild, Turning Down Sex, Pigs As People & Thaat Snake at Thomas House 
A night containing four unique emerging acts on the Irish music scene including Fierce Mild and Turning Down Sex.
Tickets: €5 Doors: 8pm

Encore!!! Presents: Stop Making Sense at the Sugar Club
Screening of Talking Heads seminal live film Stop Making Sense after-show DJ sets from Billy Scurry, Johnny Moy, Martin McCann, This Greedy Pig & Sally Cinnamon.
Tickets: €10/€12.50 Doors: 10.30pm

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd

Father John Misty in Whelan’s main venue
Alternative-folk and country artist Father John Misty takes to the stage in Whelan’s in support of his new album I Love You, Honeybear.
Tickets: SOLD-OUT Doors: 8pm