Tuesday, 17th July 2018
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Our Mad Ferritt boys are doing a brilliant Oasis ‘MTV Unplugged’ set at the Theatre Royal this Friday, with just a few tickets remaining. The After Party takes place at Shortts with Suzie Q throwing a few Oasis and other Brit Pop classics into their set, so ‘Go Let It Out’ if you are mad for it ! The full line up for the weekend ahead is as follows (doors 11pm each night):

FRIDAY – SUZIE Q + GROOVE DJs

Suzie Q are a very popular Waterford 5 piece who always pull a big crowd to their appearances at Shortts. As stated above, this Friday they will be throwing plenty of Oasis and Britpop into their set for the crowd coming from the Mad Ferritt gig at the Theatre Royal. Out on the Terrace it’s all about getting into your Friday night Groove with Jay Ru & guests.

SATURDAY – THE RENEGADES + DJ MARSHAL + GOOD TIMES DJS

It’s Waterford’s biggest night out, so don’t miss ‘AAA’ with 3 rooms of top quality entertainment up through the Shortt’s alley entrance. Project resident DJ Marshal & friends will be playing the best of house & techno upstairs with full club layout and banging sound & lights set up. The Good Times crew will be doing their disco & funk thang on the Terrace and The Renegades are back live in Shortts, with their 2 hour set of brilliant uplifting versions of alternative rock & pop classics. All this great entertainment plus 2 spacious heated smoking areas are under the one roof at 10 John Street so come on down and be part of Waterford’s BIGGEST party this Saturday, doors 11pm.

SUNDAY – ROOKIE THOMSON + SOCIAL DJS

The Super Sunday Session features Rookie Thomson this week and the lads have been building a great local following since their formation a couple of months back. They play classic rock and feature same of Waterford’s best musicians. The Social on the Terrace will see out the weekend with another great mix of disco, funk, house and hip-hop and Monday can take care of itself !

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