Monday, 27th February 2017
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There’s BIG excitement in John Street this week as GAVIN JAMES comes to play a sold out gig upstairs in Project. Shortt’s will be throwing an After Party for all you Gav fans with plenty of his tunes being played and some great merchandise giveaways. The full line-up for the weekend ahead is as follows:

Friday (10 Feb) – FUSE + GROOVE DJs

Fuse cover a huge range of classic sing-alongs from The Beatles to The Kinks, Creedence to Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen to Bruno Mars, and Primal Scream to Oasis. They are all delivered with brilliant musicianship, super tight harmonies and an infectious energy. Out on the Terrace it’s all about getting into your Friday ‘Groove’ with a party mix of disco, funk & house music.

Saturday (11 Feb) – THE RENEGADES + GOOD TIMES DJs

After raising the roof on many a Friday night at Shortts in 2016, The Renegades make their Saturday night debut with a set list that guarantees a full dancefloor from start to finish.

The Waterford 5 piece have bags of energy and a great mix of alternative rock and pop hits that will have you singing along into the early hours. Out on the Terrace, it’s ‘Good Times’ as always on a Saturday night.

Sunday (12 Feb) – UNUSUAL SUSPECTS + THE SOCIAL DJs

It’s another Super Sunday Session at Shortts with the Suspects. With residencies at all the country’s best live music bars, the lads are still always happiest on home turf, bringing the rock to pop hits by Faithless and Bruno Mars, as well as classics from The Beatles, Michael Jackson and James Brown. The Social sees out the weekend on the Terrace with hip hop, funk & disco.

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