JOE’s 5 go-to gigs in Ireland this week (Mar 28 – Apr 3) 4 years ago

JOE’s 5 go-to gigs in Ireland this week (Mar 28 – Apr 3)

The best of the live music gigs around Ireland this week.

Who: Jack Garratt
Date: March 30
Where: Olympia Theatre, Dublin

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Jack Garratt is a very talented young man. A multi-instrumentalist and winner of the Critics Choice award at the BRITS, Jack Garratt, you feel is on the brink of superstardom.

He brings his show to the Olympia on Wednesday and those with tickets are in for an absolute treat.

Clip via JackGarrattVEVO

Who: Jess Glynne
Date: March 31
Where: Olympia Theatre, Dublin

Another brilliant young talent adorns the glorious old surroundings of the Olympia Theatre in Dublin this Thursday night. Making her initial breakthrough as lead vocalist for Clean Bandit's 'Rather Be' and Route 94's 'My Love', she has gone on to really make her name as a solo artist.

She already has a ridiculous amount of number one singles to her name and has a voice that is timeless. This will be a great gig.

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Who: Protomartyr
Date: March 31
Where: Workmans Club, Dublin

American post-punk band Protomartyr tour the States extensively and appear at a lot of festivals such as SXSW and the Pitchfork Festival.

They make a rare enough European appearance this Thursday night at the Workmans Club and fans will be very excited.

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Who: Mick Flannery
Date: March 31
Where: Hugh Lynch's, Tullamore, Co Offaly

The superemely talented man from Cork brings his dazzling live show to Offaly this Thursday night for a night of high quality entertainment in Tullamore.

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Mick Flannery is a national treasure and this promises to be a very special gig indeed.

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Who: The Original Rudeboys
Date: April 1
Where: Kavanagh's, Portlaoise

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Dublin trio, The Original Rudeboys bring their acoustic hip-hop sound to the midlands for an intimate show in Kavanagh's of Portlaoise.

The lads famously turned down a support gig to Chris Brown in Dublin due to his previous assault on his then girlfriend Rihanna.

Clip via The Original Rudeboys