Wednesday, 19th September 2018
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Waterford’s biggest night out ‘A.A.A’ is back this Saturday with 3 rooms of great music, 2 cool outdoor smoking areas and YOU, all through the Shortts alley door. The line up for A.A.A is:

PROJECT

Resident Marshal has built up a strong following over the last 12 months with his BIG ROOM mix of both overground and underground dance music.

He rocked the WIT Arena to a crowd of 2,500 a few weeks ago when playing with Denis Sulta and Ejeca. He has also been booked for Daytripper 2018 to play alongside Rudimental.

SHORTTS

The Unusual Suspects are one of the most popular party cover bands in the country. The lads have regular gigs at all the big venues on the Irish live circuit, but love to come back once in a while for a Saturday night blowout at their favourite venue in their home town. Shortts + Suspects + Saturday is a match made in heaven !

TERRACE

Darragh Collopy absolutely jammed the Terrace on the launch of his new Saturday night residency last week. We expect great things of this young DJ in the months ahead, in the meantime this Saturday you will get a feelgood mix of commercial, chart and old skool bangers, so expect a dancefloor full of shiny happy people !

The line-up for the rest of the weekend at Shortts is; longtime Waterford favourites, FUSE, on Friday with Boogie Box on the Terrace; and a Shortts Super Sunday Session with The Saucebirds and their 2 hour set of Britpop classics. Have a great weekend !

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