The F*ck January Xmas Party is back!

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Just when you thought the party season was over. The F*ck January Xmas party is taking place at Central Arts on January 18th. Be there or be square.

January is about to get a whole lot jollier in Central Arts this Saturday night. Not everyone gets to have their Xmas night out in December ‘cos they’re either workin’ late nights or on-call (while their friends are doing their Xmas pub crawl 🙁

So now it’s time to get the night out you DESERVE at Central Arts this Saturday night! Details of the ‘F*ck January’ event below.

Look who’s playin’ on the night

Some of Waterford’s best-known bands will be on stage, including the awesome 3 Eyed Magpie who’ve played at The Churchyard Sessions last summer. Really great live band!

3 Eyed Magpie playing The Churchyard Sessions, Waterford


Le Mon, Super DJ Dooper and Lithium Lounge are also up on the night.

If haven’t already seen Lithium Lounge perform, now’s your chance.

Tickets are €5, doors open 9pm. Enjoy and don’t forget to let your hair down.


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