Sunday, 18th March 2018
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There has been a great buzz over the last few weekends in Waterford’s newly upgraded entertainment district, The Apple Market (right outside our front door). We are all looking forward to the Official launch gig out there under the new roof on Saturday, 22 July, with the always brilliant Ham Sandwich, whose last gig in the city at Shortt’s back in 2015 was the gig of that year. Meanwhile, the line up for the weekend ahead at Shortt’s is as follows:


The Be Sharts + Groove DJs

The Be Sharts are made up of 4 of the city’s most recognisable musicians and their energetic set of well known rock and pop classics always results in a BIG Friday night singalong at Shortts. The Groove DJs will be getting you in weekend mode out on the Terrace.

Saturday – Cider Wasps + Marshal & Friends + Good Times DJS

It’s Waterford’s biggest night out, so don’t miss ‘AAA’ with 3 rooms of top quality entertainment up through the Shortt’s new alley entrance. Project resident DJ Marshal & guests will be pumping out the PARTY tunes upstairs with full club layout and a great mix of dance, hip-hop and chart anthems. The Good Times crew will be doing their disco & funk thang on the Terrace and Cider Wasps from Dungarvan are back live in Shortts, with their 2 hour set of brilliant uplifting versions of alternative rock & pop classics. All this great entertainment plus 2 spacious heated smoking areas are under the one roof at 10 John Street so come on down and be part of Waterford’s BIGGEST party this Saturday, doors 11pm.

Sunday – Unusual Suspects + Social Djs

The legendary Shortts Sunday Session is the only place to be late on a Sunday night and this week it features one of the country’s top PARTY bands (who happen to hail from the Deise) the Unusual Suspects. The Social on the Terrace will see out the weekend with another great mix of disco, funk, house and hip-hop and Monday can take care of itself !


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