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If you’re not ready to hang up your witches hat just yet, we still have some ooky spooky Halloween themed events coming up this weekend, as well as performances from Babylon Radio favourites Elga Fox and Ailie Blunnie.

Day of the Dead Fest at The Underground (8)

Come celebrate Dia de los Muertos at The Underground  and catch a fantastic night of songs, stories and poetry including Temper-Mental MissElayneous featuring DJ FunkTom, Elga Fox, Jimi Cullen Music, Maul Park, Jill O’Reilly, Liam Oragh Music and Gillian Hamill

7.30-11pm

€8 on the door

7 Days of Sin Festival at Capitol (free)

As a Halloween special Capitol is dedicating each day of the week to one of the seven deadly sins: tonight is based on Envy, Lust for Saturday and Sloth on Sunday. Try their creepy cocktails, and break out your Thriller moves in your goriest garb (prize for the best costume!)

Open til late with DJ

Bloodlust:Rise of the Vampirates at the Ambassador Theatre (23)

Alas, Dublin’s piece de resistance is gone. Our beloved dinosaur no longer sits proudly atop the Ambassador theatre, but has been replaced inside by a perhaps even stranger attraction. For Bloodlust: Rise of the Vampirates, the Ambassador Theatre has been turned into a house of horrors with all of the gory details.

This Sunday is the last chance to check out the Ambassador’s spookiest attraction so grab your tickets 23 on ticketmaster.  (if you’re brave enough..)

Open from 4pm to 11pm with last entry at 10.45 pm

Out of the Darkness: The Music of the Walkmen at Drop Dead Twice (€13)

A live band with special guest vocalists will perform the music of American indie rockers The Walkmen at Drop Dead Twice tonight from 8pm, with all proceeds in aid of St Francis Hospice.

An extremely talented lineup including Paddy Hanna,  Fontaines D.C.’s Grian Chatten, Ailie Blunnie, Matilda O’ Mahony, Jon Dots, Lisa Loughrey, Dan Doherty, John Hynes.

Tickets €13 available from Eventbrite

Bicep at the Olympia Theatre (€33)

Less scary but more spine-tingling, Northern Irish tech-house duo are still guaranteed to give you goosebumps with their immersive live set. If you miss them tonight, an extra show has been added for the following Friday (November 9th).

Limited seating tickets still available here

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