Show Patrol

 
 

November 2nd

The Doobie Brothers – The Grand Canal Theatre – €54.80

Keith Farnan – The Projects Arts Centre – €12/€15

November 3rd

Cancer Bats – Academy 2 – €13.50

The Mystery Jets – The Academy – €18

November 4th

Chromeo – Tripod – €20

Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip – The Workmans Club – €18.50

November 5th

Tokyo Police Club – The Academy – €17

Therapy? – Vicar Street – €28

November 6th

Paramore – The O2 – €38/€41

O Emperor – The Sugar Club – €15

God is an Astronaut – The Academy – €22

November 7th

Midlake – Whelan’s – €27

Simple Red – The O2 – €49.20/€58.30/€60.80

November 8th

Love Amongst Ruin – The Academy – €13.59

Avenge Sevenfold – The Olympia – €39.20

November 10th

The Deans – Whelan’s – €8/€10

Shane Davis – Whelan’s Upstairs – €tbc

November 11th

Gorillaz – The O2 – €59.80

Nouvelle Vague – Tripod – €20

Octopussy – The Academy – €4

November 12th

M.I.A. – Tripod – €38.50

Rodrigo y Gabriela – The Grand Canal – €30/€35/€39.20

Martin Stephenson – Whelan’s – €17.45

November 13th

Chilly Gonzales – The Sugar Club – €19.85

Lost Boy  – The Academy 2 – €23

November 14th

Michael Forever – The Sugar Club – €18.45

Rhod Gilbert – Vicar Street – €tbc

November 15th

Diana Vickers – The Academy – €19

Foals – The Olympia – €23.50

Carl Barat – The Academy 2 – €16

Gruff Rhys – The Sugar Club – €20

Local Natives – The Village – €16.50

The Walkmen – Tripod – €22.50

Gig of the Fortnight: Darwin Deez

November 9th – The Academy – €14.50

Musical man of the moment Darwin Deez returns to Dublin for his first headline show in the city. With his self-titled debut album under his trendiest hipster belt, Deez will be stopping by the Academy on November 9th, with support from Ireland’s RAMS’ Pocket Radio. The set list is certain to include charming singles ‘Radar Detector’, ‘Up in Clouds’, and most recent release ‘Constellations’. Audiences should also expect dance moves to push the boundaries of hip movement even further. Hopefully Mr Deez will even drop ‘The Spring Dance’, but expect dreamy vocals and snappy indie pop to make you smile, and quench those November blues.

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