Monroe’s Late Bar & Music Venue turns 10 years old.

Monroe’s has been a cornerstone in the Westend of Galway City since 1964. Originally, the ‘New Manhattan Bar’, John and Margaret Monroe returned from New York City to open the bar to great excitement as the first Galway bar to have table service, a ‘Ladies Lounge’ and a ‘Singing Lounge’.

Monroe’s Music Live venue was added in 2009 to meet the demand for top international and home grown music acts in Galway. Texas, Kodaline, The Darkness, The Game, The Academic, Paddy Casey, Sharon Shannon, East 17, Aslan, De Dannan, Lughnasa, Matt Molloy are among the many artists who have taken to the stage. The venue has won multiple awards including the best live music venue in Ireland in 2013 and now serves as a multi-purpose venue catering to all different types of events & music concerts.

This weekend to celebrate their 10th Birthday, you can expect to see a music line-up fit for the occasion!

This Friday night, the 6th December, it’s the return of the highly-popular George Michael and WHAM tribute. Last Christmas, this gig sold out and sure enough, there are only a few tickets left. You can get yours here: http://bit.ly/37WIAwA. This is followed by a 80/90s Disco into the early hours
And on Saturday night they have the mega line-up of The Blizzards, Sion Hill and The Amazing Apples. If you want to catch The Blizzards’ The Last Great Algorithm Tour and original artist Sion Hill, who’s already making a name for himself throughout the music scene, you can get your ticket here: http://bit.ly/2LbJjA2. Doors open at the earlier time of 9pm. Ticket holders for the Blizzards gig are also welcome to attend the Amazing Apples afterparty, so you get more bang for your buck as well as dancing time on the night!
If it’s just the afterparty you’re looking for, the Apples have you covered. Doors for the Amazing Apples are open from 11.30pm and tickets are available online here http://bit.ly/2RceWNV and on the door.
This is sure to be the biggest party in Galway this weekend! So get down to Monroe’s in Galway’s Westend.

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