by / September 23rd, 2010 /

Arthur’s Day full lineup breakdown

Arthur’s Day takes place this Thursday 23rd September across the country from 17:59pm. Having only started last year, it appears to have made itself into a permanent thing this year. As with last year,  Dublin, Cork and Galway’s pubs and venues will be packed with live music including the big one at Guinness Storehouse.

Here’s the full lineup available at the moment. Most studio venues are sold out but pubs may still be available via ticketmaster.ie. There’s a good chance that some of the sutdio venue artists will also play in a pub so look out for that one. Twitter might not be a band place to find out.

STUDIO VENUES ARTISTS
St James’ Gate Snow Patrol
Manic Street Preachers
Biffy Clyro
Maud In Cahoots
Westlife
The Academy Brandon Flowers
Plan B
José González
Slow Club
Tim Robbins & The Rogues Gallery Band
Olympia Theatre Carbon/Silicon
Cathy Davey
The Chapters
Imelda May
Dave Peyton
Vicar Street The Maccabees
The Hoosiers
Eliza Doolittle
The Courteeners
The Script
The Village Kelis
Tinie Tempah
Example
We Have Band
Ty
Folan Quay, Galway Harbour David Gray
Newton Faulkner
The Magic Numbers
Sharon Shannon
Imelda May
Empire Saints
Savoy, Cork Paolo Nutini
The View
Fortune
O Emperor
Sharon Corr
Reko
PUB VENUES Each pub will also welcome a surprise performance on the night from a studio artist
Dublin
The Baggot Inn Heathers
David Kitt
The Bank Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band
Cat Malojian
The Brazen Head The Shoos
Sparrow and the Workshop
Bruxelles Sparrow and The Workshop
Heathers
Dakota The Shoestrung
Bitches with Wolves
Doheny & Nesbitt John Spillane
The Boy Who Trapped the Sun
Fitzsimons Pilotlight
Ryan Sheridan
Flannery’s Molotov Jukebox
The George Bitches with Wolves
Dirty Epics
Hogans RoySeven
Odeon Oliver Cole
Butterfly Explosion
Cat Malojian
O’Donoghue’s David Kitt
Bagatelle
Oliver St. John Gogarty’s The High Kings
Oliver Cole
The Palace Bar The Boy Who Trapped the Sun
John Spillane
Pygmalion The Dirty 9s
The Rags
Sinnotts Fight Like Apes
Pilotlight
The Stag’s Head The Rags
Ryan Sheridan
The Temple Bar Sparrow and The Workshop
The High Kings
Whelans Dirty Epics
Butterfly Explosion
Galway
Kelly’s Duke Special
Strawberry Blonde
Róisín Dubh A Band Called Wanda
Morning Parade
Taaffes Johnny Flynn
Tigh Cóilí A Band Called Wanda
Johnny Flynn
Cork
Crane Lane Theatre Carly Connor
Keywest
Deburca
Old Oak Director
Simon Fagan
The Pavilion Mick Flannery
Simon Fagan
Artful Renegade
Reardens Mick Flannery
Carly Connor
Ruben Stone
SoHo Keywest
Director
  • Caitriona

    Does anyone know what time the gigs begin? Do they wait til after 17.59 to start?

  • Pretty sure most things start at 6pm.

  • Really great line up.
    Hope it all went well,

    To Arthur . . .

    Regards,

    Tradesmen.ie