Five Unique Events Happening Around Dublin Tonight ( 13 Oct. )

Death Grips Live at The Academy

Death Grips, an experimental hip hop group based out of Sacramento California, is performing in Dublin for the third time since 2013. The group features a trio of performers who make a combination of hip-hop, punk, and noise music to create a genre called industrial hip-hop. With 6 studio albums and mix tapes dating back to 2011, the group is constantly touring and producing new material to put on an energetic live show.

Location – The Academy, Dublin 1

Time – 19:30

Admission – €22.50

 

Spit Wine Festival

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Attention all Wine Lovers. Spit Wine Festival is taking place tonight for an evening full of tasting with less intervention than a winery. With 150 different wines for the tasting, and vintners from around the country Spit Wine Festival is something you don’t want to miss! Come check it out to discover more about the wine culture in Ireland.

Location – Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 8

Time –  18:30

Admission – €30

 

Dublin Jam Session

The Dublin Jam Session is a program designed to bring musicians together to collaborate and make music. The event is open to any level musicians and any genre of musicians. The only requirement is you must be open to jamming with others. Make sure to arrive early and sign up so your spot to jam is locked in!

Location –  Tivoli Backstage, Dublin 8

Time – 19:00 – 22:30

Admission – Free

 

Kildare Notebook Project

Kildare Notebook Project is a must see event in the Riverbanks Art Centre. The collection features over 200 notebooks from different writers, actors, directors and artists from all walks of life. The notebooks can be written or drawn in, torn, painted and deconstructed to whatever form the artist was feeling at the time of creation. The event starts today and runs until the 29th of October.

Location – Riverbank Arts Centre

Time – 10:00 – 17:30

Admission – Free

 

Buckcherry Live at Whelan’s

Grammy nominated hard rockers Buckcherry grace the stage at Whelan’s this Thursday night refueled with an arsenal of new tunes. Buckcherry was formed in 2001 but broke up in 2002 only to be reunited in 2005 with their album 15 that contained Billboard charting songs like Crazy Bitch and Sorry. They are in Dublin for one night only before heading to London on Saturday.

Location – Whelan’s, Dublin 2

Time – 19:30

Admission – €20

 

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