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BEATS & PIECES, the new clubnight with DJs Anthony Collins and Ferg, has its opening night on Easter Sunday in The Loft, formerly Kelly’s, Bridge Street, at 11pm.
DJ AND saxophone duo Ivano Cafolla and Chris Engel will make their Galway debut with a concert in HALO this Saturday.
RYAN SHERIDAN will bring his energetic mix of acoustic rock, driving percussion and hip hop, to Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 8pm.
Dubbed the most defiant band in aeons, playing rock ‘n’ roll, The Riptide Movement rock quartet are renowned for their phenomenal live shows, filling out venues and rocking out festivals all over Europe. They will be bringing their brand of rock to the Ruby Room in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Friday May 10. The show starts at 10pm and tickets cost €12.50. Their distinctive gravelly voice and guitar sound, and light-hearted stage presence ensures that their fan base is increasing by the minute.
MOXEGEN ARE a tribute band with a difference - they do not perform the songs of a particular group, but instead they re-create festival concert set lists.
Smash Hits! are an entertaining tribute to the golden era of early 90s dance, pop and R‘n’B. This Dublin six-piece comprises experienced musicians performing the best of classic 90s tracks from acclaimed artists such as Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, House of Pain, Take That, Spice Girls, Haddaway, Prodigy, and Snap, among others. Fully decked out in 90s outfits and possessing an energetic set overflowing with chart hits, Smash Hits! are a throwback to a feel good time of old school nightclub DJs, all-night raves, and packed dance floors.
DERRY ELECTRONIC band The Japanese Popstars will perform a special DJ set at Carbon, nightclub this Bank Holiday Sunday, from 11pm.
One of the great iconic Irish acts of the last 25 years, Whipping Boy, have announced a Kilkenny gig this Christmas, as part of the group’s return to the Irish live scene.
IRISH ALTERNATIVE-rock band Susie Soho will play Wingnut Records, in Bell, Book and Candle at The Small Crane off Sea Road, this Saturday at 1pm.
IRISH ROCKERS Royseven return to Galway as part of their current Irish tour, to play the Róisín Dubh on Saturday November 12 at 9pm.