What’s on this weekend

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Irish electronic music producer Daithi comes to town, Hermitage Green play Factory and Lithium Lounge rock up to play Central Arts.

Daithi at Central Arts

On Friday, December 27, electronic music producer Daithi plays Central Arts. The two-time choice award nominee combines nature recordings, old Irish samples, and analog synths to create a unique type of house music that’s soaked in Irish culture.

His live show is an improvised performance, creating on the spot dance music using synths, drum machines, and live fiddle. His recording ‘Mary Keanes Introduction’ became one of the most successful Irish singles that year, staying no.1 in the Spotify viral charts for 6 weeks. Show 9.30pm.

Hermitage Green at Factory

Check out Irish acoustic folk-rock band, Hermitage Green on Saturday 28th December at Factory, John’s Street, Waterford. Watch them play on YouTube:

The group have been touring Australia for the past couple of years. Promises to be a great gig. Doors open 7.30pm.

Lithium Lounge at Central Arts

Waterford rock band, Lithium Lounge are sure to liven up Central Arts on December 28th. Music influences from Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Biffy Clyro, and Pink Floyd. Known to play a bit of The Cranberries too. Go see them.


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