Amy Naessens is a Pop/Soul artist from Dublin. She gigs regularly around the country and most recently played at Electric Picnic Festival. Amy is doing a full band show in Whelan’s on Saturday January 11th.
€8 adv / €10 door
– 50c per ticket service charge applies on phone, internet or credit card bookings. Final ticket price may be higher from other outlets.
Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required
MCD Presents The Coronas – The Long Way Home Festival The Olympia Theatre Thursday 12th December 2019 – SOLD OUT Friday 13th December 2019 – SOLD OUT Saturday 14th December 2019 – SOLD OUT **All shows SOLD OUT** The Coronas bring their ‘Long Way Home Festival’ tour to […]
Jazz Connective 11th-12th December 2019 Project Arts Centre, East Essex Street (Temple Bar), Dublin 2 TICKETS: €19 standard per night / €16 early bird Jazz Connective Dublin: Creative encounters in improvised music. 15 musicians | 4 countries | 2 days of connection and collaboration Improvised […]
Hunkpapa are an alt rock band from Co Armagh. The band have been selling out venues
across the UK and IRE such as The Limelight all while pursuing a successful Euro tour with US
Gary Lightbody (Snow Patrol) described Hunkpapa by saying they “have such great songs”.
MCD Presents Shayne Ward The Olympia Theatre Thursday 10th October 2019 **Tickets onsale NOW** Shayne Ward has announced an Olympia Theatre date on Thursday 10th October! Tickets priced from €34.65 including booking fee and €1 restoration levy on sale NOW via Ticketmaster.ie, usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide (list here) […]
The development and progression of the conference (formerly Hard Working Class Heroes) has earned Ireland Music Week both local and international stature for being a must-attend event for anyone working in music in Europe. It is one of the largest gathering of music industry professionals from bookers to labels, managers, music supervisors, radio folk and journalists from around the world and here in Ireland.
First Music Contact, who run Ireland Music Week, work with Irish acts from the very beginning of their careers. The annual showcase has expanded from a 3-day event to a 5-day event, providing Irish artists with an opportunity to gain some vital exposure, provided by the stellar mix of influential Irish and international delegates who attend IMW.