Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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A.A.A is back this Bank Holiday Saturday with 3 rooms of great music, 2 cool outdoor smoking areas and YOU, all through the Shortts alley door for the BIGGEST Saturday night Party in the City. The line up for A.A.A is:


Resident Marshal has built up a strong following over the last 12 months with his BIG ROOM mix of both overground and underground dance music. He rocked the

WIT Arena to a crowd of 2,500 last week when playing with Denis Sulta and Ejeca.

He has also been booked for Daytripper 2018 to play alongside Rudimental.


High Definition are a 5 piece band from Waterford who look sharp and play even sharper, with a great 2 hour live set of rock, pop and funk classics. These lads always fill the dancefloor and get Shortts bar rocking and singing along to all the BIG tunes that are perfect for your

Saturday night out on the town.


There is a new Saturday night resident at the Terrace from this week, Darragh Collopy, who has been impressing with his midweek sets there over the last 6 months. Darragh is known for his feelgood mix of commercial, chart and old skool bangers, so expect a dancefloor full of shiny happy people !

The line-up for the rest of the weekend at Shortts is; everyone's favourite band The Renegades on Friday with Boogie Box on the Terrace; an early gig (doors 7.30pm) on Saturday with the amazing Little Hours; and a Bank Holiday Blowout on Sunday night with Fuse in Shortts and Boogie Box on the Terrace. Have a great weekend !


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