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This Weekend | March 27th – 29th

Cloud Castle Lake

Cloud Castle Lake

A weekly feature to the Last Mixed Tape, This Weekend looks at the must see live music events happening this Friday, March 27th – Sunday, March 29th.


Cloud Castle Lake at the Workman’s Club
Indie three-piece Cloud Castle Lake headline the Workman’s Club.
Tickets: €12.50 Doors: 8pm

Inni-K at the Grand Social 
Songwriter Inni-K will launch her debut album The King Has Two Horses Ears on Friday night. Support by Sive.
Tickets: €12 Doors: 8pm

Ensemble Assembly: RiZA at Block T 
The first in the Ensemble Assembly residency at Block T with Niwel Tsumbu’s new project RiZA featuring members Loah, Feather,Ensemble Eriu & more. Support: AnTara and Donal Dineen’s interview with Niwel Tsumbu.
Tickets: €12.50 Doors: 8pm

Booka Brass Band at Vicar Street
Booka Brass Band celebrate their second birthday with a headline show at Vicar Street. Support from Zaska.
Tickets: €12.50 Doors: 8pm

Bowie Vs Freddie at the Odessa Club
Following the success of the Prince Vs Michael Jackson night, Today FM’s Ed Smith and Le Galaxie’s Michael Pope go head to head with DJ sets of music from David Bowie and Freddie Mercury’s back catalog.
Tickets: €8 Doors: 8pm

The Co-Present presents: Catscars at the Workman’s Club
The second of the Co-Presents late night broadcasts from the Workman’s Club with live music from Catscars and a DJ set from Twinkranes.
Tickets: €6 Doors: Midnight


The Run Ons at the Mercantile 
The Run Ons launch their new E.P. Doctors On Hold with support from Galants Switzerland.
Doors: 8pm

New Wave at the Bello Bar
New Wave returns to the Bello Bar with live music from Death In The Sickroom, the Dyatonics, Cramptown Spaces Enter Metropolis.
Tickets: €5 Doors: 8pm

No Spill Blood at the Workman’s Club
Synth-rcok act No Spill Blood headline the Workman’s Club. Support from Leo Drezden & Cholera House.
Tickets: €10 Doors: 8pm


Classic Vinyl Sunday: The Band at the Twisted Pepper
Monthly music showcase ‘Classic Vinyl Sunday’ returns with a playback of the seminal folk-rock album the Band, plus a discussion panel before hand and an exclusive premiere of Gavin Glass‘ new album.
Tickets: €10 (plus FREE glass of wine or coffee) Doors: 5pm

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