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One of Dublin’s best weekends for live music is upon us! Complimenting the well-deserved and highly anticipated heatwave, we see open-air performances from some of the best artists in the world right here in Dublin City. Check out all these fantastic gigs below for more information and get buying yo’ tickets now!
Melosity brings you your weekend gig guide for the 22nd – 24th of June.
Melosity’s top festival pick – Body&Soul! One of Ireland’s most beautiful music festivals returns for the summer solstice weekend 2018. An amazing and creative weekend filled with brilliant music, art and an atmosphere you simply won’t forget. Go get yourself a ticket now to experience one of the best weekends of the year!
Venue: Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath.
Time: Weekend event.
Price: €200 weekend // €80 Saturday // €70 Sunday. More prices available here.
Venue: Whelan’s Main Venue.
Price: €10 advanced // €12 general.
Six of the best musicians in Dublin come together to form Square Pegs, paying homage to the sound of Chicago Blues, 50′s R&B, New Orleans Blues.
Venue: Arthurs Blues & Jazz Club, Thomas Street.
Alt/Rock quintet Lunar Limb celebrate the release of their brand new single ‘Monsters’. Recorded earlier this year, ‘Monsters’ showcases the band’s new direction and sound. Support from Sugarcoatings and Conor Mc Quaid.
Venue: The Workman’s Club.
Following his last sell out show in Dublin in 2013, legendary musician Billy Joel will be returning to Ireland to play the Aviva Stadium in what will be his only Irish appearance in 2018.
Venue: The Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Rd, Dublin 4.
Price: From €136.
Elvis Costello & The Imposters – UK and Ireland 2018 Tour
English singer, songwriter and musician Elvis Costello comes to Dublin as part of his rockin’ 2018 show. Last year marked the 40th anniversary of the release of his first record album, “My Aim Is True”. With over forty years experience, you can tell this will be an unmissable performance.
Venue: Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
Price: From €66.45.
Dark Pop trio Girls Names travel from Belfast to celebrate the release of their new album ‘Stains on Silence’.
Venue: Whelan’s Main Venue.
Get ready for one of the most exciting line-ups of the Summer as some of the music scene’s top acts take to the stage this Sunday!
Venue: RDS Arena, Dublin.
Price: From €49.90.
Charming brotherly duo Sean and Conor Price combine rapping, vocals and an acoustic guitar to produce their own unique and fresh sound. Appearing on The X Factor 2017, the brothers get ready to play live as independent artists.
Venue: Vicar Street, Dublin.
The sixth in a series of musician-curated gigs. A four-piece band born from multiple musical collaborations, OKO come together to present electro-acoustic shapes, doom, funk science and expansive improv from guitarist Shane Latimer, percussionist Shane O’Donovan, keyboardist Darragh O’Kelly and turntablist DJackulate.
Venue: The Workman’s Club (The Vintage Room).
The Dublin Blues Cartel end your Sunday night with a mixture of genres played by the finest musicians Dublin has to offer.
Venue: Whelan’s front bar.
Price: Free Entry.
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