Wednesday, 19th September 2018
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It’s the last full weekend before

Christmas, so come on down to Shortts and soak up all those festive good vibes with as always, a top quality line-up of live music and DJFRIDAY

Friday

High Definition + Groove Djs

High Definition look sharp and play even sharper. The 5 piece have a great set of pop, rock and soul classics, all delivered with bags of energy and top notch musicianship. Out on the Terrace the Groove DJs will be getting you in weekend mode with their bag of funk, disco and house floor-fillers.

Saturday

The Renegades + Marshal + Good Times Djs

It’s the Access All Areas XMAS PARTY with 3 rooms of great music through the Shortts alley door. Upstairs in Project, Marshal will be playing all the BIG tunes from 2017 which have made his weekly residency a huge success.

The Renegades will be raising the roof again in Shortts.

The young 5 piece from Waterford are now getting gigs all over the country based on their live reputation but they always love coming back to where it all started for them. Out on the Terrace Good Times’ Jay Ru will be playing a Saturday night mix of floor fillers. All this plus 2 great heated smoking areas for your comfort.

Sunday

Unusual Suspects + Social Djs

The Unusual

Suspects take over the last Shortts Super Sunday Session before Christmas and you are always guaranteed a full dance floor with these lads from start to finish.

The Social on the Terrace will see out the weekend with another great mix of disco, funk, house and hip-hop.

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