Weekly Gig Guide: Paolo Nutini, Danny Daze and The Frames
Anyone for a boogie?
Worried your summer hasn’t got off to quite the right start, or looking to begin July in style to set you up for the rest of the month? There's a heap of fantastic gigs taking place this weekend to satisfy your desires!
From big outdoor singalongs to underground dance-a-thons, these are some of the best gigs happening in the capital over the next few days..
Official Outlook Festival Launch Party '15 with Commodo, Twisted Pepper
With an absolutely jam packed line up of local DJs, reggae vibes from the Sim Simma crew and the grime-tinged music of Commodo, this is the perfect event if you're looking to feast one some urban-electronic sounds and get a serious dance in!
We've got our fantastic 4th of July Festival taking place tomorrow from 2pm, but here's where you could head afterwards if heading out on the town!
Danny Daze, Opium Rooms
Well known for playing a fantastically broad range of tracks in his sets, from lush disco to harsher industrial sounds, Danny Daze certainly has enough ammo to keep a dance floor the size of Opium Rooms' going all night long. Though he's still quite young, this guy is a veteran and truly knows his way around the decks, having been spinning at parties since the tender age of fourteen.
The Frames, Iveagh Gardens
Gigs in the beautiful Iveagh Gardens are quite a special experience indeed. After some stunning concerts from iconic Irish acts over the past few years, The Frames take the stage for what’s sure to be a memorable gig. If you're a fan of the gang this is one gig you definitely won't want to miss! If you can't make it on the Saturday, you can head along on the Sunday instead.
Paolo Nutini, Marlay Park
The open surroundings of Marlay Park are the perfect location for Paolo Nutini’s brand of soulful guitar-driven pop. A magnetic personality and an accomplished singer, Paolo knows exactly how to thrill a huge crowd. Marlay is sure to be a gig he's savouring.