Our guide to what’s happening around Dublin this week

Saturday September 9 – Indigo Sparke at The Workman’s Club

New York based Australian artist Indigo Sparke brings her critically acclaimed second album ‘Hysteria’ and new single In The Garden to The Workman’s Club. Tickets €18.50

Sunday September 10th – Riz La Vie Upstairs at Whelan’s

‘Napkins’ singer/songwriter Riz La Vie brings his New Jersey world-view to Whelan’s. Tickets €19.90

Sunday September 10th – Kara Jackson at The Workman’s Cellar

National Youth Poet Laureate, Kara Jackson brings the musical and lyrical excellence of her debut album ‘Why Does The Earth Give Us People To Love?’ to The Workman’s for what is sure to a revelatory experience. Tickets €16.35

Monday September 11th – Geese at The Academy 2

Brooklyn quintet Geese will bring their ‘Cowboy Nudes’ to life in the bowels of The Academy . Tickets €17.50

Wednesday September 13th – Nekrogoblikon at The Grand Social

Melodic death metal veterans Nekrogoblikon, the self-proclaimed “Kings of Goblin Metal,” will bring their high energy show to The Grand Social on Wednesday. Tickets €23.90

Wednesday September 13th – David Keenan at The National Concert Hall

Following the release of ‘The Crude Boyo’ EP and the excellent new single An Irish Song, David Keenan arrives at the National Concert Hall on the crest of a wave. Tickets €26.90

Thursday September 14th – Lael Neale at The  Workman’s Club

Experimental songwriter Lael Neale brings her critically acclaimed third album ‘Star Eaters Delight’ to The Workman’s Club. Tickets €17.00

Friday September 15th – Noah Reid at The Academy

Schitt’s Creek star Noah Reid will showcase his vocal talents with a selection of songs from his 3 studio albums in The Academy . Tickets €20.00

Friday September 15th – JP Cooper at 3Olympia Theatre

UK songwriter JP Cooper will bring his slue of top 40 hits to the 3Arena. Tickets €26.90

Friday September 15th – The Fynches at Whelan’s

Laurel Canyon influenced Irish outfit The Fynches will bring their big melodies to Whelan’s on Friday. Tickets €15.90