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If you have not already discovered Papa'z Bistro, now there is yet another reason to check out this popular restaurant — table bingo is taking place at Papa'z every Friday until the end of October, offering diners the chance to win their meal for free.
AFTER SELLING out Dublin's 3 Arena, the Biggest Crazy Disco Concert is coming to DNA nightclub, Eyre Square, this Saturday, playing classic hits from the 1990s and 2000s.
After selling out Dublin’s Three Arena, the biggest disco concert is now going on a club tour, starting with DNA Nightclub & Venue on Saturday, 23rd March. The “Biggest 90’s – 00’s Crazy Disco” will take you back in time and bring you all the magic of the Three Arena concerts in a club setting. During the night you will hear all of your favourite 90’s and 00’s hits from all of the ‘Biggest Disco DJ’s’.
With mid term break fast approaching, you may be looking for activities to entertain your kids. Younger guests can dance the afternoon away on Sunday, February 24.
MITCH PRESENTS X Midnight Riot, will see one of Galway's leading DJs, and an acclaimed record label, join forces to present Yam Who? and Jaegerrossa in the Electric Garden and Theatre on Saturday September 29 from 11pm.
THE REPEAL Session, an indie disco in support of the campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment, will take place in the Galway Rowing Club, Woodquay.
THIS WEEKEND promises to be a massive one at the Electric Garden & Theatre, especially with DJ sets from a world recognised Disco guru, as well as from one of the biggest names in techno.
NEW YORK DJ John Morales, who played at the Big Apple's legendary and notorious Studio 54 nightclub, will be spinning the decks at Electric this Bank Holiday Weekend, at Get Down Edits clubnight birthday bash.
HE PLAYS "soulful pop with a dusting of hip-hop thrown in for good measure," say Gigwise, while that pop has "a real sense of edge" according to Clashmusic.com. He is Sample Answer, and he is coming to Galway.
BATTLE HARDENED world champions in vinyl manipulation and ‘skratching’, experimental turntable musicians, and new names on the scene will converge on Galway next week for the ninth annual Community Skratch Games.