The Hot Sprockets, the Mighty Stef & more to play this weekend’s Dublin Rock ‘N’ Roll festival

The Hot Sprockets

The Dublin Rock ‘N’ Roll festival returns this August bank holiday weekend to celebrate everything rockabilly with live music, cars, hairstyles, fashion & more.

The festival will run for three-days this weekend (Friday, July 31st to Sunday, August 2nd) and will include day time events and nighttime gigs, including sets from: the Hot Sprockets, the Mighty Stef, the Pole Cats, Slim Jim & the Bone Breakers, Dublin City Rounders & more.

See below for the full Dublin Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival 2015 timetable, for more information visit the event’s Facebook page – here.

Dublin Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival 2015 timetable:

Friday July 31st

The Mercantile
Rock-N-Roll Dance Off presented by
Doors at 8:00 PM

The Thomas House
The Thomas House proudly presents: The Pole Cats (Ticketed Event)

Abner Browns Stage:
Johny Storm Crow
Dublin City Rounders
Slim Jim and the Bone Breakers
The Rockets

Saturday August 1st

Dame Court (12:00-4:00 PM)
Vintage Car Show Hot Rod City
Classic American Motors Ireland V8 will be on hand bringing 18 of some of the most amazing Hot Rods and streetcars straight from the vintage days of the USA

The Thomas House
The Delta City Bombers (Ticketed Event)
Doors are at 8pm

The Mercantile
Rock-N-Roll Fashion Show
Doors are at 8pm

Abner Browns Stage:
The Sweeneys Jazzmen
Creaky Bones
More TBA

The Globe Bar
Mongrel State

Sunday August 2nd

BUMBLEance Motorcycle Rally across Dublin (11:00 am)
A heap of motorcycles will start at the Garden of Remembrance and work their way across the city .The ending will coincide with the grand finale of the Rock-N-Roll marathon in Phoenix Park. The whole event will coincide with the BUMBLEance services, raising money and awareness for the work they do.

East Side Tavern
BeepBeep’s BopShop
Free Entrance all night.
Doors are at 8pm

The Sweeneys Jazz Men

Closing Party:
The Hot Sprockets
The Mighty Steph
The 45s

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