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Mark McCabe :: Thursday 20th September  
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50/15  
Mark McCabe’s name has become synonymous with Irish dance culture, even sixteen years after Maniac 2000 shot to #1, it still taps into a powerful place in Irish nostalgia having achieved cult status.

Mark Daly :: Fri 21st September 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €8
Hailing from Cork in Ireland, Mark Daly is a powerful singer/songwriter with hard rock pedigree in abundance. To celebrate the release of Mark's debut solo album 'When The Stars Align' (Out September 7th) we are having a release party night @ Cyprus Avenue. Special guest on the night is the amazing Actor Actor

Mockie AH: Anniversary Clubnight:: Fri 21st September  
Doors 11pm Tickets €10  
“Ireland’s biggest drag family celebrates their one year anniversary by throwing a mega clubnight with huge special guest performers and DJS. Over the last year the group has gone from strength to strength with sold out shows and performances at major Irish Music Festivals. Hosted By Candy Warhol with performances by The Haus Of Mockie Ah & Very Special Guests from Edinburgh,’The Rabbit Hole’ - Scotland’s biggest drag troupe! Expect a massive mix of Drag,Burlesque, Dancers and absolute nonsense plus huge DJ sets fusing Disco,Hi-NRG, House & Pop til very late! Everyone is welcome at The Haus Of Mockie Ah!

La Fiesta :: Sat 22nd September 
Doors 11pm Tickets €7/10
REPLAY!! Are you ready to hit the dancefloor? LA FIESTA comes back to play the best latino, dance and spanish hits. LA FIESTA won´t let you down. DJ Rex will be on decks to make you dance and party all night long. Come and enjoy a different night in Cork. Best party ever. Save water, drink sangria!!! • One free drink with your ticket • Free sangria for the first 100 party animals.

Tony Cantwell :: Thur 27th September 
Doors 8pm Tickets €12.50
Tony Cantwell is a Dublin based sketch comic who’s generated over 4 million views for his videos. After his first Dublin run sold out in just under 30 minutes followed by another sellout show at Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Cantwell makes his solo debut to Cork. Come see fan favourite characters such as Your Ma’s Mate, Ploon, The Dublin Frenchman, Homer/Irish Dad and Gavin Salad for a psychedelic mix of sketch comedy, music, and video

Weiss :: Friday 28th September 
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50/15  

Revelation Sound System with Special guest: Lavosti :: Saturday September 29th 
Doors 10pm Tickets €10  
Lavosti is a Kenyan reggae singer, songwriter and musician born Ruzira Makula, Lavosti begun teaching himself music from an early age. His continued devotion into his music and Rastafari has driven his spirit to higher heights across the globe. For years has remained one of the most influential rggae artists from Eastern Africa creating music and a vibe that is known to cros both social and cultural divides in the true essence of 'livity'.. ​.

Skies Behind :: Wed 3rd October 
Doors 8pm Tickets €8  
Cork 5-piece pop-punk band launch their new EP ''Home''. ​.

The Big Lovin' :: Thur 4th October 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €8  
Big kicks, bad attitude, and better than the last thing you listened to. THE BIG LOVIN' grabs infectious pop by the tail and knocks you silly with it. Armed with an explosive live show, killer anthems and seductive grooves, The Big Lovin' are kicking up an unholy fuss, and it's sounding good. Damn good. Suck it and see ​.

Pale Waves :: Saturday 6th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €16  
Pale Waves are an English indie pop band from Manchester, formed in 2014. After signing a record deal with Dirty Hit in 2017, Pale Waves released their debut single "There's a Honey", followed by "Television Romance". The following year, the band were ranked fifth in the BBC Sound of 2018 poll and won the NME Under the Radar Award at the NME Awards. Pale Waves' debut EP, All the Things I Never Said, was released in February 2018, with a studio album to follow later in the year.

EDGE - Belfast - Inside the Ropes Live :: Saturday 6th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets £35/95  
Inside The Ropes Live Presents An Evening with Adam "EDGE" Copeland Tivoli Theatre, Dublin SUNDAY 7th OCTOBER Join us for an evening with this year's WWE Hall of Famer, Royal Rumble & King of the Ring Winner, Wrestlemania headliner & multiple time WWE Champion Adam Copeland, better known as EDGE hits Dublin & Belfast for 2 intimate shows .

EDGE - Dublin - Inside the Ropes Live :: Sunday 7th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €35/95  
Inside The Ropes Live Presents An Evening with Adam "EDGE" Copeland Tivoli Theatre, Dublin SUNDAY 7th OCTOBER Join us for an evening with this year's WWE Hall of Famer, Royal Rumble & King of the Ring Winner, Wrestlemania headliner & multiple time WWE Champion Adam Copeland, better known as EDGE hits Dublin & Belfast for 2 intimate shows .

Club MTV :: Wednesday 10th October 
Doors 10pm Tickets €12.50  
If you’re heading to college this year then fear not, we’ve got you covered. Club MTV are bringing to campuses and clubs across the UK and Ireland, two months of parties and epic dance music - Freshers Tour is back!! It’s no secret that official Club MTV DJs R3WIRE & Varski know exactly how to hype up a crowd, that’s why they’re travelling up and down the UK & Ireland to make sure you have the best night of your life this autumn!

Paddy Hanna:: Thur 11th October 
Doors 8pm Tickets €12.50  
Paddy’s career to date has not been conventional. A cult figure in the Dublin music scene, he has released numerous critically acclaimed singles before retreating inwards. But now an album bursting full of Hanna’s morose charm and sardonic wit. Poetically, the studio where the album was recorded, Bow Lane, was knocked down a month after the album’s completion. Job done in timely fashion.

David Rudolf in Conversation: Inside The Staircase:: Saturday 13th October 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €22.50  
Join David Rudolf, the defense attorney for Michael Peterson in the hit Netflix documentary series The Staircase, for an evening of discussion into the intimate details of case and the series. David will discuss the conflicts he wrestled with in determining whether to let the filmmakers follow him, his client and his trial preparation, and his insights into the most curious and contentious issues in the case, including the blood spatter evidence, the bisexuality and Germany evidence, the discovery of the blow poke, and the genesis of the Owl Theory.

Le Galaxie :: Sunday 14th October 
Doors 9pm Tickets €17.50  
LE GALAXIE don’t come from the stars but to experience them is utterly stellar. They established themselves as Ireland’s #1 live dance act with their brand of thundering electro, bursting to life with shimmering cyber-synths, pounding techno rhythms and guitar wizardry.

SUUNS + special guest: VIVE LA VOID :: Tuesday 16th October 
Doors 8pm Tickets €16  
"This record is definitely looser than our last one," says Suuns singer/guitarist Ben Shemie. "It's not as clinical. There's more swagger." You can hear this freedom flowing through the 11 tracks on Felt. It's both a continuation and rebirth, the Montreal quartet returning to beloved local facility Breakglass Studios but this time recording themselves at their own pace, over five fertile sessions spanning several months. A simultaneous stretching out and honing in, mixed to audiophile perfection by St Vincent producer John Congleton who flew up especially from Dallas to deploy his award-winning skills in situ..

CAMELPHAT :: Wednesday 17th October 
Doors 10pm Tickets €20  
We don’t know where CamelPhat went to school. We don’t know the first records they bought. We don’t know what they had for breakfast. These are the facts we do know: They are a duo. They earned their stripes and studied dance music dynamics as resident DJs long before they produced. They rarely give interviews. They make authentic, timeless house music. They are going to bring some serious vibes to Cyprus Ave this October!

Kate Bush Song Book with Cloudbusting & special guest DEL PALMER :: Thursday 18th October 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €16  
THE KATE BUSH SONG BOOK - 40th ANNIVERSARY TOUR with DEL PALMER. As a young girl Kate Bush was shown middle C on the piano by her father and left to develop her musical imagination. She went on to write some of the most affecting songs in popular music. This Woman’s Work, Wuthering Heights and The Man with the Child in His Eyes are well known examples but her 40 year career resounds with piano-based songs that dazzle with their complexity and lyrical invention. Cloudbusting’s acoustic offshoot THE KATE BUSH SONG BOOK explores the genius of Kate, her imagination and her piano. It features Mandy Watson’s vocals, Michael Mayell’s keyboards and for the purposes of this very special tour, a unique chance to hear Kate’s original bass player and studio engineer DEL PALMER contributing the magical bass lines that so characterise her music.

We Cut Corners :: Saturday 20th October 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €12.50  
WE CUT CORNERS are guitarist/vocalist John Duignan and drummer/vocalist Conall Ó Breachain. The duo have carved out a unique place in the Irish music scene with their eclectic mix of songs, ranging from angular pop and garage rock, to wistful indie-folk, consistently coupled with their unique lyrical deftness. The result is weird and wonderful, abstract at times, and brilliant. The dynamic drum/guitar combination, and the blending of powerful, unique vocal harmonies is principal to their success. WE CUT CORNERS’ first three albums were all nominated for the CHOICE MUSIC PRIZE for Irish Album of the Year. .

Le Boom :: Saturday 20th October 
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50  
Le Boom are one of Ireland’s new music success stories having garnered 850k + streams for their two singles thus far. Christy Leech and Aimie Mallon have quickly become one of the most sought-after new acts in Irish music. Their electronic house-pop is a rush, it starts dance parties. Between Leech’s falsetto and Mallon’s manic percussive energy, there’s an infectious buzz in their music..

Electric Swing Circus :: Sun 21st October 
Doors 8pm Tickets €17.50  
Electric Swing Circus The ESC’s sound is a powerful combination of vintage samples, electro beats, gypsy-jazz guitar, electric double bass, keys, live drums and dirty synths. Fronted by an engaging female double-act, who perform an extensive variety of vocal styles, the ESC delivers a consistently dazzling show..

Mutual Benefit :: Tuesday 23rd October 
Doors 8pm Tickets €15  
Mutual Benefit - AKA Jordan Lee - has announced he will headline Cyprus Avenue this October. Lee is currently putting the finishing touches to a new Mutual Benefit album in New York, which is set to follow the breakout debut Love’s Crushing Diamond (2013) and the critically acclaimed second record Skip a Sinking Stone (2016). .

Vieux Farka Toure :: Thursday 25th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €25  
Often referred to as “The Hendrix of the Sahara”, Vieux Farka Touré was born in Niafunké, Mali in 1981. He is the son of legendary Malian guitar player Ali Farka Touré, who died in 2006. .

The Academic @ Cork Opera House :: Friday 26th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €25  
Fresh from a knock out set playing with The Rolling Stones at Croke Park last week, Ireland’s favourite indie outfit, Westmeath 4 piece, The Academic have just announced a date at Cork Opera House on October 26th. It will be 3 years in October since The Academic released their debut EP ‘Loose Friends’ and in that short space of time, they now find themselves at the forefront of 2018’s breaking guitar bands, not just in Ireland but on the international stage. Debut album, ‘Tales From The Backseat’ which was released in January went straight to the top of the album charts, is brimming with uplifting pop hooks, sweet vocal harmonies and youthful exuberance. There is an irresistible charm, undeniable wit, and infectious personality that shines through with the band. Leaping from mellow, artfully constructed melodic thoughtfulness into wild, explosive moments of raucous brilliance, there’s a surprise around every corner within the music and songwriting, all executed with an undeniable measure of passion and grit.

Soulé :: Friday 26th October 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €12.50  
Two times Choice Music Song of the Year nominee, Soulé is the leading force in a new wave of emerging Irish talent. Her upbeat, catchy hits 'Troublemaker' and 'What Do You Know' have surged well past the coveted multi million-plays mark on Spotify. Soulé’s style is genre-bending, having evolved from a new cross-genre generation, her music draws on various influences from electronic pop to neo-soul, dance and hip-hop. Her creations showcase the contrast of her soulful visceral voice over beds of thumping electronic beats, married with classical harmonies. A passionate singer who blends irresistible, catchy music with unapologetic lyrics about heartbreak and reclaiming confidence. .

Boots & Kats :: Friday 26th October 
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50  
Boots & Kats need little introduction these days. Many of you will know how massive a year the lads have had, playing everywhere from Life Festival to Parklife to Snowbombing, and we couldn't think of anyone better to kick off the jazz weekend! .

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Presents... Hypnotic Joints :: Saturday 27th October 
Doors 1pm Tickets €10/20 All Ages Showcase, under 16s must attend with parent/guardian over 18 
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble presents.... Hypnotic Joints LP... their most recent album from 2017 will be toured in the UK for the first time in October and a special all ages matinee Saturday 27th October in Cyprus Avenue

Hudson Taylor :: Saturday 27th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €22.50  
Irish duo, brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor, have just released their ‘Feel It Again’ EP. Their first new music since their album “Singing for Strangers” debuted in 2015. The EP, which charted Top 5 in the Irish album charts, gives their fans the first taste of Hudson Taylor’s forthcoming second album, which has been produced by Ryan Hadlock, best known for his work with The Lumineers and Vance Joy, and is being mixed by Ruadhri Cushnan (Mumford & Son, Ed Sheeran)..

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble presents.... Sound Rhythm & Form :: Sunday 28th October 
Doors 1pm Tickets €10/20 All Ages Showcase, under 16s must attend with parent/guardian over 18 
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble presents.... Sound Rhythm & Form LP ... released in 2016 and featured their father the legendary Phil Cohran... a very spiritual and harmonic set is planned and this will be an all ages event

Delorentos :: Sun 28th October 
Doors 7pm Tickets €17.50  
Delorentos’ determined rise has been a wonderful (and, at times, tortuous) chaos – break-ups, labels collapsing, reformations and critical awards, worldwide tours and packed houses from Mexico City to Moscow. In a world where so much emphasis is placed on “brand new” they continue to revel in writing albums and playing live shows that are ever more passionate, raw and exciting! The band’s 5th studio album ‘True Surrender’ was released in April..

Ejeca :: Sun 28th October 
Doors 11pm Tickets €20  
Ejeca aka Garry McCartney is one of Belfast’s best musical exports in recent years from the growing scene in Northern Ireland. His down- to-earth attitude has allowed him to gain recognition from his musical peers and with constant solid releases it’s always been music first, hype later. From a young age his fascination with production culminated in early releases such as the limited edition, vinyl-only Tusk Wax Five EP, and his work with fellow Northern Irish, Bicep on AUS. After 12 long years of hard work, his big break finally came when two of his tracks were named 'Essential Tune of the Week' on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show. Ejeca is now a firmly established name as a reputable purveyor of high quality house and techno, and with his label Exploris now on their twelfth release it’s safe to say his selection of tracks is always on the pulse. His recent releases on DJ Haus’s Unknown To The Unknown, Remix for Addison Groove & Jeremy Olander, Sasha’s Last Night On Earth, BPitch! Control, Poker Flat and official remix for Inner City’s ‘Good Life’ has shown his varying side from from the melodic to driving sides of techno. It’s safe to say Ejeca has got his hands full as he maintains a worldwide DJ tour schedule, full of releases and his Trance Wax alias kicking up a storm throughout key tastemaker and music purveyors. ..

Patrick Topping :: Thursday 1st Nov  
Doors 10pm Tickets €20/25  
One of the most in-demand names in dance music right now, Patrick Topping has carved a reputation for himself as a figurehead for a wave of exciting and diverse artists from the U.K. A prolific producer, who’s released on labels such as Hot Creations, Truesoul & Relief Records and remixed the likes of Booka Shade, Tiga and Matador, whilst securing 11 Beatport #1s, such as ‘Be Sharp Say Nowt’, 'Forget’ and ‘Voicemail” a collaboration with the legendary Green Velvet. Resident for Jamie Jones’s Paradise night at DC10 since 2014, Patrick’s far reaching appeal has seen him play festivals including Coachella, Awakenings, Ultra & Tomorrowland, complete 5 tours of Australia, as well as countless shows in Europe, South America, Asia and recently festivals in South Africa! .

Owen Colgan :: Friday 2nd November  
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Owen Colgan, Irish cult comedy hero best known for his role as Buzz McDonnell from Hardy Bucks, for which he has starred in 4 hit seasons that aired on Ireland's national broadcaster RTE and as well as the Hardy Bucks hit movie which media coined 'The Irish Hangover' and was produced by the mammoth Universal Studios. Owen has enjoyed great live success recently with Hardy Bucks selling out shows all over Ireland in some of the countries most prestigeous venues including a live Hardy Bucks play in Vicar Street Dublin. .

Mall Grab :: Friday 2nd November 
Doors 10.30pm Tickets €15  
Mall Grab Irish Tour .

Pale Rivers :: Saturday 3rd November 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €8  
Pale Rivers are a five piece alt/rock band from Cork, Ireland. They have spent the past year writing and recording material with Gavin Glass producing at Orphan Studios in Dublin. .

SOMA: The Murder Capital :: Saturday 3rd November 
Doors 11pm Free Entry  
Hailing from all corners of Ireland, The Murder Capital are a post-punk band driven by the desire to affect cultural change.

whenyoung :: Sunday 4th November  
Doors 9pm Tickets €10  
whenyoung are Aoife Power (Vocals/Bass), Niall Burns (Guitar) and Andrew Flood (Drums) who originate from Limerick in Ireland but are currently based in London. .

Pitou :: Monday 5th November 
Doors 8pm Tickets €12.50  
The music of Amsterdam-born musician Pitou is characterised by her highly distinctive voice, unique compositions and the use of vocal harmonies as an instrument in themselves, drawing inspiration from sources ranging from Bulgarian choir music to Sparklehorse and Joni Mitchell. Her highly anticipated self-titled debut EP was released last year on Scottish/Dutch label Mink Records and was greeted with national and international critical acclaim. .

Wild Youth :: Thur 8th November  
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Wild Youth are a four-piece from Dublin Ireland, currently enjoying a breakthrough year with their summer hit “Can’t Move On”. With influences ranging from Imagine Dragons, to The XX, The Script, and The 1975, they play a melodic brand of pop-rock full of electronic touches.. .

Join Me In The Pines :: Fri 9th November  
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
David Geraghty is most well-known to Irish audiences as a founding member of Bell X1 but in recent years he has been exploring a new solo direction under the moniker Join Me In the Pines. The latest single ‘Bad Blood’ continues in the band’s new electropop vein, with synths and layered vocals with a distinctly 80s feel. .

Daithí :: Friday 9th November  
Doors 11pm Tickets €10  
Daithi is an electronic music producer obsessed by the culture of Ireland. The two time choice award nominee combines nature recordings, old Irish samples and analog synths to create a unique type of house music that’s soaked in Irish culture. A mainstay in the Irish gigging scene, his live show is an improvised performance, creating on the spot dance music using synths, drum machines and live fiddle. Last year, Daithi found a forgotten recording of his grandmother, where she talked about how she met her husband, and what it was like living in the west of Ireland for the past 90 years. Daithi sampled this recording to create ‘Mary Keanes Introduction’, a track which captured the imagination of millions of Irish people across the world, and became one of the most successful Irish singles that year, staying no.1 in the spotify viral charts for 6 weeks. .

Ian Felice :: Sunday 11th November  
Doors 7pm Tickets €25  
Ian Felice, lead singer with Americana heavyweights The Felice Brothers, announces a solo show at Cyprus Avenue on Sunday 11th November in support of his debut solo album “In The Kingdom of Dreams”. .

Mr Scruff :: Fri November 16th  
Doors 9pm Tickets €20  
Mr. Scruff & MC Kwasi (All Night Long) .

Dubioza Kolektiv :: Saturday November 17th 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €30  
Politically incorrect Balkan, Ska, Punk, Reggae extravaganza on tour 2018 “Kick-ass from start to finish, Dubioza Kolektiv marries power and positivity...” (PopMatters) “Yeah, the Dubioza Kolektiv really are that good. Damn… Just…Damn…” (Mass Movement Magazine) “For those who want a message combined with someof the catchiest beats this side of the Adriatic Sea, look no further than Wild Wild East. The upbeat grooves mixed with traditional melodies make for something truly different and, well, wild.” (Consequence Of Sound).

Laoise :: Friday November 23rd 
Doors 8pm Tickets €10  
“ The electropop star of your dreams ” – WONDERLAND “LAOISE shoots for the stars” – DIY “LAOISE is presenting herself succinctly as a pop star arrived and realised” – THE 405 "Post-midnight, moonlight-lit pop with plenty of surprises lurking in the shadows" – THE LINE OF BEST FIT .

Kiran Leonard :: Saturday November 24th 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €12.50  
Kiran Leonard is a 22 year old musician from Saddleworth, Greater Manchester. Debut album proper Bowler Hat Soup (2014) and follow-up Grapefruit (2016) were both recorded at home, with Kiran playing virtually every instrument himself. Derevaun Seraun (2017), a concept album in five movements inspired by five pieces of literature and arranged for piano, strings and voice, was an ambitious departure from his usual sound. .

Saarloos :: Sunday November 25th 
Doors 8pm Tickets €10  
Saarloos are a new Irish band consisting of critically acclaimed songwriters, Brian McGovern and Craig Gallagher. Having formed a formidable songwriting partnership they felt a desire to perform their songs together onstage. Together having already racked up a massive 4 million plays on Spotify and have performed alongside artists such as Gavin James, The Coronas, Daniel Bedingfield, Picture This and Bon Jovi. As well as touring across Europe selling out show’s in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and a combined 3 Sold Out nights in Whelans..

Stephanie Rainey :: Saturday December 1st 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Stephanie Rainey is the Irish singer songwriter who made the impossible happen. With no funding, no manager, no contacts and no carefully calculated social,media campaign, she created a music industry stampede of epidemic proportions, with just one heart-stopping song – ‘Please Don’t Go’. .

Kojaque :: Wed December 5th  
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €12.50  
Dublin rapper Kojaque is an artist steadily gaining ground on the Irish and international music scene, thanks to his production style, stunning visuals, and biting lyrics. Co-founder of independent label Soft Boy Records, Kojaque mixes sampling and jazz beats with dynamic, poetic lyrics, showcasing life as a modern Dubliner. .

CODY RHODES & BRANDI RHODES - Dublin - Inside The Ropes Live! :: Tuesday 11th December 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €25/55/75  
Inside The Ropes Live Presents An Evening with Cody & Brandi Rhodes Sugar Club, Dublin .

Aine Cahill :: Tuesday 11th December 
Doors 8pm Tickets €15  
From the moment Áine Cahill made her TV debut to millions in 2016, she was set for fame. Plucked from a pub stage at Glastonbury to perform live on the BBC’s festival coverage, before Coldplay’s set on the Sunday night, she mesmerised viewers who could scarcely believe that she wasn’t already a star. In fact, the then 21 year old was a naïve newcomer from a village in County Cavan, being managed by her postman. Oh, and she’d just spent a week sleeping in a van. Overnight, Áine’s social media stats exploded. On Spotify alone, 150,000 signed up to hear more of her passionate, powerhouse vocals and selfwritten, storytelling songs. She was inundated with offers from excited industry insiders. In Ireland, radio stations added Áine to their playlists. .

The Bell Witch :: Thursday 13th December 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Seattle doom metal duo, BELL WITCH, have confirmed a full European tour in support of their recently released opus, Mirror Reaper. .

Ryan McMullan :: Saturday 15th December 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Ryan McMullan is the real deal. Having been blessed with a voice that can shift effortlessly between the angelic and the guttural he has also honed a song writing craft which exploits the incredible versatility and power of his god given instrument. Growing up in picturesque Portaferry, on the shores of Strangford lough and in sight of the Mourne Mountains, Ryan was formed by the traditional music and pub sing-alongs with which rural villages in Ireland are indelibly linked. However this gives only a portion of the story, as a member of an unashamedly post-MTV generation he was always on the hunt for more diverse influences from bubblegum pop, to hip hop, to hard rock and blues..

Ash :: Tuesday 18th December 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €22.50  
Islands is the new album by Northern Irish rock group Ash. The trio’s seventh studio collection, out now on Infectious Music, it’s an open-hearted set of songs dealing with love and loss, friendship and betrayal, identity, salvation, redemption and rebirth… all the important stuff. Pound-for-pound, it’s also the strongest, most exhilarating long player of Ash’s storied 26-year career, an album which reaffirms the trio’s status as one of the most idiosyncratic and singularly thrilling guitar bands on these islands..

Live Forever - Oasis Tribute :: Saturday 22nd December 
Doors 9pm Tickets €15  

Cory Wong :: Thursday 21st February 2019  
Doors 7.30m Tickets €20  
Cory Wong of US funk sensation Vulfpeck visits Cork with his new album ‘The Optimist’. The Minneapolis-based musician has put in his time as a versatile composer, arranger, producer, and collaborator. He has also worked on shows and artists like NBC’s “The Voice,” playing alongside Ben Rector, Gene Simmons, Questlove, The Blind Boys of Alabama, and Bootsy Collins. His expert playing and diverse influences have kept him in demand around the world and around the clock, but he remains loyal to his Midwestern home. Dubbed “the most famous Minnesota musician you’ve probably never heard of” by Minneapolis’ The Current, Cory Wong returns with his second full-length album ‘The Optimist’ after 2017’s sensationally funky ‘Cory Wong and the Green Screen Band’. THEY RECREATE SONGS FROM EVERY ERA OF OASIS FROM THE TIMELESS HITS OF THE 90’S WHEN BRIT POP WAS AT IT’S HEIGHT, TO THE HITS OFF THEIR FINAL ALBUM!.

Showhawk Duo :: Thursday 11th April 2019 
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €20  
The Showhawk Duo will be tearing it up across Ireland and the UK in 2019 on their biggest and best tour to date.. Featuring trance anthems, crazy guitar licks and more subwoofer than you can handle, it shall be epic!!.