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THURSDAY (16 MARCH) KELLY & THE COSMONAUTS

This 4 piece are a perfect fit for the Late Lounge. Kelly and the boys have built up a great live reputation around the country for their unique interpretations of classic songs from across the decades, from the 50s right up to the 00s. Expect to hear everything from Ray Charles to The Pixies and all points in between in the intimate surrounds of Heerys Late Lounge.

FRIDAY (17 MARCH) – OATSIE JONES

It’s gig number 3 for Oatsie at the late lounge after 2 spellbinding shows over the last few weeks. Accompanied by drums and bass, Miss Jones gorgeous voice and guitar playing bring to life a fantastic set of soul, pop and rock covers. For an intimate soul stirring refuge from the madness of St Patrick’s night, we can’t recommend this one highly enough.

SATURDAY (18 MARCH) – THE SPEAKEASIES

The Speakeasies are a five piece band featuring brass, keyboards, bass, drums and vocals. They were formed recently by these avid fans of jazz, funk and swing to perform an authentic and entertaining set of the music they love. The Speakeasies will bring a ‘prohibition’ style vibe to the Late Lounge this Saturday night creating a super cool atmosphere in the heart of John Street.

It’s the biggest day of the year coming up as we celebrate our national Saint and the BIGGEST party of the day takes place under one roof at Shortt’s, Project and the Terrace with doors at 5pm and FREE ENTRY before 9pm (E5 after). The full line up of entertainment for this Access All Areas St Patrick’s extravaganza is:

11PM - THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS No Patrick’s night is complete at Shortts without a headline set by Waterford’s best PARTY band. The lads have played the same late night slot at Shortt’s on Paddy’s Night every year since it opened and it’s been getting bigger and better every year since.

PROJECT CLUB - DJ MARSHAL (aka Evan Marshall) has been building a great reputation at Project over the last year with full houses every Wednesday night and a Saturday residency at Project Bar. He’s just released his first track as a producer and to celebrate he will be playing an extended 5 hour party set at Project from 9pm on St Patrick’s night.

THE TERRACE It’s hard to think of what regular weekend clubbing was like in the Deise before The Terrace was launched 5 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 also be doing an extended 5 hour set for you shiny happy party people.

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