weekend event roundup

Hello and welcome to BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND. That’s right, Monday isn’t going to be the day of work-laden drudgery and coffee intravenously taken. Instead, you will get to sleep! Or go out to places that are not work! Or, you know, sleep!

But until that glorious Monday arriveth, here’s some things you can do in the meantime.

Friday: Rock It at the Ambassador Theatre with Ham Sandwich, Black Daisy and Hipple Street; Baroness with Torche and Rest at Crawdaddy; Late Night Theatre at the Gaiety, featuring DJ Satellite, the North Strand Klezmer Band, Roadhouse, Cheeze It, and 2 movies on the big screen–odd selection, but go with it; the Dublin Guitar Quartet at the National Concert Hall; Halloween Ball Fundraiser for Anti-Racism Project at Tailors Hall; The Things with Straglers, Sons of Now, and The Heathens at The Hub; and Jack L at Vicar St (through Sunday).

Saturday: Margaret Stewart and The Bobby Schiff Trio at Bewley’s Cafe Theatre; Doctor Blue and The Prescription at JJ Smyth’s; James Yorkston and The Athletes at The Sugar Club; Milburn at the Temple Bar Music Center; Garageland Gigs at The Village.

Sunday: Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition at Airfield Arts Centre; James Brown at the Olympia; the Harlem Gospel Choir at the Pavilion; Boxcutter with Ambulance, Star Little Thing, Decal, Fir Bolg + Pixelcorp, Dry County, Chequerboard at The Sugarclub; and DEAF at Uki Yo Bar.

Bonus, Monday: We Are Scientists with The Blood Arm and Au Revoir Simone at the Ambassador Theatre; The Gipsy Kings at the National Stadium; and Jim Lauderdale and The Believers at The Village.

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