by / June 12th, 2008 /

Showtime – June 12 – 18

Cathy Davey

Future Days Festival – June 12th-15th, Dublin
Future Days is a collaboration between Foggy Notions, Forever Presents and runs this weekend in Dublin.
Matmos and Si Schroeder (Thursday June 12th @ ALT)

Low, Atlas Sound and The Holy Roman Army (Friday, June 13th @ ALT)

Dan Deacon, Jape, White Williams, High Places & more (Saturday, June 14th @ Vicar Street)
Stage Times

Bonnie Prince Billy, Baby Dee and Paul Curreri (Sunday June 15th @Vicar Street)

Metronomy and Spilly Walker (Sunday June 15th @ALT, 11.30pm)

Leonard Cohen – June 13th, 14th & 15th – Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
Arguably one of the most influential musicians ever, Leonard Cohen plays Royal Hospital Kilmainham, as part of his first (and possibly last) tour in 15 years.

The Dodos – June 13th – Crawdaddy, Dublin
All the way from San Fran, The Dodo’s play Crawdaddy on Friday 13th.

Beach House and Fleet Foxes – June 14th – Whelans
Beach House and Fleet Foxes join forces for a double headliner at Whelan’s this Saturday night

Crowded House – June 14th – Ambassador Theatre, Dublin
Catch Crowded House as they kick off the first of four Dublin dates and the European leg of their world tour at Ambassador Theatre, Dublin.

Ham Sandwich – June 14th – McHugh’s Music Venue Louth
Congrats to Niamh Sandwich on the birth of her baby boy last week. We suggest you call him Panini.

Iggy Pop and the Stooges – June 16th – Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
From our front cover to the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Iggy Pop is not to be missed.

Cathy Davey – June 17th – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
Cathy comes to Cyprus Avenue, Cork as part of numerous Irish dates before her Electric Picnic performance.

Madness – June 18th – Tripod, Dublin
Madness, the ska/pop band of Baggy Trousers and Our House fame, comes to Tripod. Originally formed in 1976 (or there abouts) the band are still touring and recording. Yeah, really.

  • Sean Donegan

    Good week for gig’s again but the price of the Madness tickets is shocking. €65 ?!

  • robbie

    And the winners are…. IGGY & THE STOOGES. Arguably one of the most important lunatics ever.

  • pram sandwich

  • LOL!