Thursday, 20th September 2018
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Metallitia play their 2 hour tribute to Metallica at Shortts this Friday (13 April) with doors at 8pm and admission €10, pay at the door. Waterford’s BIGGEST Saturday night out is back with 'Access All Areas’ which has 3 rooms of top quality music [Shortts + Project + Terrace] and 2 heated smoking areas, all through the Shortts alley door. Entertainment details for the rest of the weekend ahead are:


The Saucebirds + Boogie Box

After the early Metallitia gig, The Saucebirds hit the stage at midnight with 2 hours of the very best of Britpop, including all the BIG tunes from Oasis, Blur, Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys, Ocean Colour Scene and all the rest. Evan Marshal hosts 'Boogie-Box’ out on the Terrace with an always 'up for it’ party mix of dance music classics to kickstart your weekend.

Saturday The Renegades + Marshal + Good Times Djs

'The Boys Are Back In Town’ as The Renegades return from their tour of top venues around the country to play a hometown

Saturday night set of alternative rock and pop hits in their favourite venue.

Marshal plays some cool house & techno up in Project, while Good Times’ Jay Ru will be playing a Saturday night mix of floor fillers out on the Terrace.

Sunday Unusual Suspects

It’s always a 'Super Session’ at Shortts on a Sunday night and what better way to end the weekend than with a set of classic rock and pop covers by the always rocking Unusual Suspects. The set list features loads of big sing along tracks from across the decades, played by some of Waterford’s finest musicians. Let Monday take care of itself !


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