• Freddie White

    Triskel Arts Centre

    Tickets €22 plus booking fee Freddie White has long been synonymous with music of the highest quality. He has been part of the fabric of the live music scene in Ireland since the 1970s and his albums continue to sell well, amongst his loyal and newfound fan base. Born in Cobh, Co. Cork, into a musical family, by age 17 he was playing professionally. At 19, he moved to London, were he busked in subways, and developed his unique voice and guitar style. His earliest recordings, which were re-mastered and re-released in 2004, are still hugely popular among his loyal fan base. He will be in Triskel for one night only on Friday 10 May. “The sparse and haunting Live on Tour is still among the greatest Irish albums of all time. Do You Do swings and struts just as profoundly. Imagine those two cuts of vinyl made a decade ago, they still stand as perfection” (The Irish Times) In 1974, he was a founding member of Scullion, together with Philip King and Sonny Condell. Later he formed The Fake, regarded as one of the seminal Irish bands of the late 1970s. Next came The Freddie White Band formed in 1978, which toured with Eric Clapton that year.

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  • Jimmys Cousin

    Cyprus Avenue

    Jimmy’s Cousin writes an ambitious, melodic, close to the bone and very personal, blend of Jazz/Pop. Irish born, schooled in New York, detouring into multiple careers across Europe, Jimmy’s Cousin is an overnight success that’s 30 years in the making. His first demo was recorded in 1991, his first album, Waxwings, finally sees the light of day this month! Why the long delay? “I wanted to wait till I had something to say” Join us in Cork to hear what he has to say. His debut album is produced By Dave Keary whose guitar playing and musical direction with such acts as Van Morrison, Gregory Porter, Taj Mahal, Roger Daltrey and Bobby Womack, means that he brings a deep vein of musical pedigree to the arrangement and realisation of the songs of Jimmys’ Cousin. Tickets €20 available at Cyprus Avenue and via eventbrite.

  • These Charming Men

    Cyprus Avenue

    €15.00

    They're back! The brilliant tribute act to The Smiths and Morrissey. Must go show. Tickets 15 euros.

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  • Open Jam Session

    Crane Lane

    Join Raquel and Glenn https://www.cranelanetheatre.ie/live-music/blues-jam-session/ Free entry

  • Mack Fleetwood

    Cyprus Avenue

    €15.00

    Europe's premier tribute act to Fleetwood Mac. If you are a fan of the Mac then you will not want to miss this! Tickets 15 euros

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  • Hozier

    INEC

    Tickets from €35 from ticket master From Hozier "I’m very excited to announce new live dates and take the new songs on the road. General sale is on this Friday 21st Sept 9am and to get pre-sale access on to my UK & Irish dates follow the link. Would love to see you at a show! https://hozier.lnk.to/UKTourPresaleFP"

  • Talos

    Cork Opera House

    Tickets €25 plus booking fee available from Cork Opera House. Standing downstairs and sitting upstairs Following the release of a deluxe edition of his debut album ‘Wild Alee’ this summer, Cork’s Talos will play his biggest hometown show to date, at the Opera House on October 28. He has had slots at festivals including All Together Now, Electric Picnic and Other Voices in Berlin, and a headline Irish tour earlier this year. His debut album, ‘Wild Alee’ - picked as Album of the Week in the Irish Times, and described as a “spectacularly assured debut deserving of a wide audience” - was shortlisted for RTE Choice Music Irish Album of the Year in 2017, and subsequently re-released in a deluxe edition format on BMG in June 2018, alongside a new EP, ‘Then There Was War’. *Tickets may be subject to booking fees

  • Silent Disco & The Bonk !! (Free Gigs)

    Coughlan's Pub, Douglas Street, Cork

    Well lads ...... "Guess who's back, back again, Shady's back, tell a friend. I've created a monster, 'cause nobody wants to see Marshall no more, They want Shady, I'm chopped liver" .... well ok, it's just me 'Diarmuid, back from the dead!' Launching my hosting comeback at the ever brill Coughlan's Live Music Festival at Sat with the following 2 interesting gigs:- SILENT DISCO (11PM) Festival 2018 sees the return of the hugely popular ‘Silent Disco’ in the newly revamped Beer Garden. A Silent Disco is an immersive experience you will never forget, be surrounded by people dancing with wild abandon and singing with glee but apparently to no music. With 2 songs playing simultaneously on two separate channels so you listen to the music you really want to hear. If you don’t like the music from the first DJ just flick the switch and listen to the other. THE BONK (10:30PM) The Bonk is a broad-based musical project headed by Waterford songwriter and improviser Phil Christie (O Emperor). Gathering influences from 60’s garage, jazz and experimental pop, the band’s arrangements bring recursive rhythms and improvised melodies together in loose minimalist song forms. https://youtu.be/LwLoCBRWFCA Suggest we meet in the bar at around 9/9:30 pm Hope to see a few familiar and new faces there for what should be a great night :) Diarmuid[masked]

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  • Feile Classical

    stemple stadium

    Change of plan. Sat 22 sep sold out. 4 of us are going to friday 21 sept. Tickets still available. We have tockets in location...sectio 115 row dd seats 18 -22. We will figure out transport and possibly accomdation as req later on(semple stadium is walking distance to train station) tickets on sale from ticketmaster €49.50 plus booking fee. This is a fully seated event. --------- Concert-goers can expect rapturous, spine-tingling versions of anthems such as Brewing Up a Storm, Celebrate, Parachute, Mary, Don’t Go, After All.Each song will be imperiously performed by the supremely talented combination of bands and orchestra, with the latter’s soaring strings and powerful arrangements adding sparkle to every song! A very exciting pop-up Food Village will flank the pitch where concert-goers can pick and choose from food offerings from around the world. Inclusive of vegetarian / vegan stalls and an incredible BBQ area, the Food Village will satisfy even the most discerning of 21st century foodie, not to forget the drink offerings such as prosecco and gin bars, and pints poured from a keg! Tipperary’s own John Meagher, both an Irish Independent music critic and GAA enthusiast, will curate the Tribal tent, dedicated to discussion of the Féile glory days when Semple was associated more with live music, than hurling! Discussions will also focus on the importance of sport and music in the day-to-day lives of Irish people and our tribal following of both The grounds flanking the pitch will display a photography exhibition of the fans and bands of Féiles past, featuring Mohawks, dodgy jumpers, seas of cans and mosh-pits of dreams. You might even spot your nineties self in amongst the madness! And for those who might feel like recapturing those daring moments of Féiles of yore, Féile TV will be on hand once again to record the craic in Semple.

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  • China Crisis

    Needs a location

    The Venue crew is bringing another excellent act to launch itself on the Cork gig scene. China Crisis were a big name in the 80s with great hit singles such as 'Wishful Thinking' and 'Black Man Ray'. A show that will have so many good tunes with plenty of soul. A delight to see them playing in Cork again. Especially when I missed them previously! Tickets 20 euros from Ticketmaster.

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