Eight-hour Sleep to be performed, for 200 slumbering listeners, at Carlow Arts Festival
The capital’s newest festival is aimed at the LGBT+ community and friends
A sportscar spins through the air at the 3Arena (that’s no metaphor, it happened)
Songs sung a thousand times lose none of their mystique at Paul Simon's farewell concert in Dublin
Review: The summer sun stretched out across Iveagh Gardens – just like 23 years ago
Review: This was the first time the Cork band had played in 30 years
Stringent security in place for the latest leg of their No Filter tour
Fans enraged as tickets appear on resale sites for hundreds and thousands of euro
If a bomb went off at the National Concert Hall gig that would have been it for the Irish music scene
Band performs 15-minute set on platform to promote new album ‘Songs of Experience’
Who expected Steps to deliver one of the best pop shows of 2017?
Annie Clark’s solo show is rigorously organised, but still heavy on the emotional payload
On the first of a three-night residency, James Murphy and co make a triumphant return to the delight of the disco-punk crew
The Brooklyn band open their European tour with a storming set at Sounds from a Safe Harbour
Disposal areas would allow users to safely get rid of drugs without being charged
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