Rumour has it some of you may have gotten paid today. So, why not spend some of thta hard earned cash in a venue listening to some great music. Here’s a selection of gigs in Dublin this weekend worth opening your wallet for.


A Land Down Under – Whelan’s

The I Heart Band lead a precession of some of Ireland’s finest musicians including Mundy, Ailbhe Reddy, Uly and special guests through the Australian songbook to raise funds for the fight against Australian bushfires.  Tickets €11.00

Big Sleep – Whelan’s Up

Dublin indie quartet play upstairs in Whelan’s. Tickets €11.80

Waterparks – The Academy

Houston three-piece Waterparks European leg of The Fandom Tour comes to the Academy. Tickets €24.90


The Teskey Brothers – The Academy

Australian four piece The Teskey Brothers bring their old school Motown sound to The Academy

Cult Called Man – Whelan’s

Cult Called Man celebrate the release of their brand new single Trash King with a show upstairs in Whelan’s. Tickets €12.50


Tim Baker Whelan’s

Ontario singer-songwriter Tim Baker comes to Dublin for an intimate show upstairs in Whelan’s. The former Hey Rosetta! man’s acclaimed debut album ‘Forever Overhead’ was produced by Marcus Paquin – The National, Arcade Fire, Local Natives and Morrissey – is starting to take off outside of his ho,eland meaning this will probably be your last chance to see Baker in an intimate venue. Tickets €15.00

Cora Venus Lunny & Izumi Kimura – The Workman’s Vintage Room

The Dublin Jazz Co-op presents an evening with Cora Venus Lunny and Izumi Kimura. Tickets €10

Australia Day Ballroom Bash – The Grand Social

Another charity event in aid of the Australian bushfire crisis with appearances from Ex Ham Sandwich man Ollie Murphy’s new project Witch Trials, Vanity Bloom
Amy Ellen and more beside. Tickets €5.00