Sunday, 22nd July 2018
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It’s the biggest day of the year coming up this weekend as we celebrate our national Saint, and the BIGGEST party of St Patrick’s Day (Saturday) takes place under one roof at Shortt’s, Project and the Terrace. Doors are 9pm, admission is just €5 and the full line up of entertainment for this Access All Areas St Patrick’s extravaganza is:

LIVE @ SHORTTS

9.30PM - CADILLAC TRIO

Brand New Cadillac are one of the most popular resident bands at Shortts and the three piece version take 90 minutes from their fully booked day of gigs to come and play those rock, reggae, pop and ska hits that you all know and love. A full dancefloor is guaranteed.

12AM BACKROAD SMOKERS CLUB

The Deise’s own Funk-Soul-Brothers play support to the brilliant Brian Deady at St Patrick’s Gateway earlier in the evening before slipin’ and slidin’ down to Shortts for a midnight jam. You never know, they might even persuade a special guest or two to join them.

PROJECT CLUB

MARSHAL (aka Evan Marshall) has built a great reputation at Project over the last year with full houses every Wednesday and a successful Saturday residency too. He has also been getting high profile guest slots at clubs all over the country and played the main stage at Daytripper 2017.

Support on the night comes Darragh Collopy who always plays a great party mix.

THE TERRACE

It’s hard to remember what regular weekend clubbing was like in the city before The Terrace was launched 6 years ago. Every Friday and Saturday night since then has seen a capacity dancefloor move and groove to the best of funk, disco and house and main resident

Jay Ru will be doing an extended 5 hour set for you shiny happy party people.

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