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Thursday 19 October 2017

fff Following an incredible performance at Longitude last weekend, Eagulls will return to Dublin for a headline show at the Academy on October 23. The video for their new single, Nerve Endings, recently won the Best Video category at this year's NME Awards, beating the likes of Haim, Pharrell and Arcade Fire. Tickets go on sale this Friday from 9am priced at €13.50.

fff Following an incredible performance at Longitude last weekend, Eagulls will return to Dublin for a headline show at the Academy on October 23. The video for their new single, Nerve Endings, recently won the Best Video category at this year's NME Awards, beating the likes of Haim, Pharrell and Arcade Fire. Tickets go on sale this Friday from 9am priced at €13.50.

fff Former Donegal GAA All Star Kevin Cassidy will be joining cyclist Tony Quinn on the final leg of his solo Wild Atlantic Way charity cycle in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation. The cycle, which will begin in Cork on August 24 and finish in Derry on September 4, will also highlight the importance of local pubs to the increasingly popular Wild Atlantic Way which will not only be serving tourists along the way but will also be providing all of Tony's bed and board requirements.

fff Budapest singer George Ezra will headline the Academy this year with a show announced for October 13. Fresh from playing Glastonbury and a sold-out UK and Ireland tour, the rough-edged blues singer played to a rapturous crowd at Longitude last weekend and will be following it up with his show in the autumn. Tickets are €17.50 and go on sale today at 9am from Ticketmaster.

fff Irish stalwart Mundy and his band will be playing a free gig at Meeting House Square in Temple Bar this Friday from 6.30pm. The gig is part of Failte Ireland's Dublin Goes Country event aimed at providing alternative events for thousands of disappointed Garth Brooks fans who are visiting Dublin. Capacity is limited and the performance will be on a strict first come, first served basis. The Offaly native set up his own label, Camcor, after leaving Sony BMG.

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