Nathaniel Rateliff | 8pm, McHugh’s | £11.50 | Bearded American folkie. Not many of them about.
City and Colour | 8pm, Limelight | £18-20 | Alexisonfire man’s folk side project.
John Newman | 8pm, Limelight | £18 | UK soul singer. He was really good on this year’s Hootenanny.
Del Amitri | 9pm, Cyprus Avenue | €30 | Veteran Glaswegians make their return.
Big September | 9pm, Cyprus Avenue | €8 | Feel-good indie from Bray.
Daithí | 10pm, Cyprus Avenue | €10 | Fiddle-wielding dance-pop.
Nathaniel Rateliff | 8pm, Academy | €12 | Bearded American folkie. Not many of them about.
Del Amitri | 7pm, Vicar St | €39 | Veteran Glaswegians make their return.
City and Colour | 7:30pm, Olympia | €27 | Alexisonfire man’s folk side project.
Zervas & Pepper | 8pm, Sugar Club | €13 | Cardiff folk duo with baroque touches.
Real Connoisseur | 10pm, Twisted Pepper | €8 | Dub-y house with an expansive side.
Ahmad Jamal | 8pm, Vicar St | €59.95 | Ageing jazz maestro
Paddy Hanna, Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, Knoxville Morning | 8pm, Grand Social | €8 | Popicalia 21 serves as a launching pad for Paddy Hanna’s pretty good debut album.
Leaders of Men, The Rattling Kind et al | 8pm, Grand Social | €10.50 | The Tallaght band launch their new single at the FLAME festival.
Eats Everything, Lukas | 10:30pm, Twisted Pepper | €13-15 | Junior Spesh presents Edible.
The New Medicants | 7:30pm, Whelan’s | €16 | Former Teenage Fanclub man’s new band.
John Newman | 7pm, Academy | €17.35 | UK soul singer. He was really good on this year’s Hootenanny.
CPNHGN | 7:30pm, Button Factory | €10 w/ album | Vowel-averse garage-rockers launch their album as well.
Ewa Gigon, Sí, Leanne Harte | 8pm, Joinery | €8 | Polish-born Gigon will be launching the haunting ‘For Natalia’/’Early Winter’ single on 7″ vinyl.
Erol Alkan and Daniel Avery | 11pm, Button Factory | €10-15 | Revered dance head and the Drone Logic producer make for a appetising double bill.
The Gloaming | 8:30pm, National Concert Hall | €15-25 | Trad/folk supergroup throwing off shackles and all that good stuff.
Wednesday to Sunday
Temple Bar TradFest | Various venues around Temple Bar | Prices vary |The Ollam, Bellowhead, Seth Lakeman and many more complete the festival line-up.
Zervas & Pepper | 9pm, Róisín Dubh | FREE | Cardiff folk duo with baroque touches.
Fight Like Apes, Boyfights, Darling | 9pm, Róisín Dubh | €12 | The build-up to album #3 continues.
Big September | 9pm, Róisín Dubh | €10 | Feel-good indie from Bray.