Thursday 17th July
JOEY RYAN TRIO
9pm – Free – Bar
Following on from their most successful tour of Ireland yet in October 2013 supporting their 2012 release Morning will come soon, Joey Ryan trio (JRT) will be hitting up nine dates around Ireland this March to promote their new single Stay Strong, which is being released conjunction with Breast Cancer Ireland to raise awareness and much needed funds for this fantastic organisation. All sales of the single will be donated to the charity as well as a fundraiser night in Wexford arts centre, of which all proceeds will be given to the charity.
Friday 18th July
EARTHSTAR GATHERING
11pm – €10/12– Club
Dream Gathering 2014 After Party!!! A night to re-live, re-ignite and remember all the dreamy times. A night full of energetic beats to bring you back to all those special times. Guest DJ: MAKOROKOTO – will join the Earthstar crew as the bid farewell to another year of Dream Gathering.
Saturday 19th July
SIDEPROJECT
Presented by Glitter & Trauma
9pm – Free – Live
Sideproject is a Cork based post rock 5 piece which formed in early 2006. 
The band has to date released three EPs ‘Take Shelter From The Stars’, ‘Not Waving But Drowning’ and most recently, ‘They Made You Miss Everything’ which was released in the summer of 2013. The Pavilion show will be Sideproject’s first live appearance of 2014 and will see the band debuting some brand new material. Expect lots of delay and a good helping of distortion.
Saturday 21st July
THE CRUCIAL PARTY
11pm – €5 after 11.30 – Club
The Crucial Party is a dancing club! Genres are for journalists and Saturday nights are for the rest of us. Stevie G and Fishbones Sherlock plus weekly special guests are intent on keeping the dancefloor filled with smiling faces and good vibes.
Tuesday 22nd July
SAMARIS
Presented by Feel Good Lost
9pm – Free – Bar
Hailing from the Land of Fire and Ice, Icelandic band Samaris builds ethereally gorgeous electronic soundscapes that reflect their glacial surroundings. The three-piece band blends bold beats, haunting vocals and lyrics taken from nineteenth century Icelandic poetry to craft sparse and delicate electronica that’s stunningly beautiful.

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