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Sunday 19 August 2018

FFF Detroit-based rock band Electric Six are returning to Dublin to play The Academy on Saturday, November 29. E6 are famous for banging tracks like Danger, High Voltage and Dance Commander and are known for their high-energy live shows.

FFF Detroit-based rock band Electric Six are returning to Dublin to play The Academy on Saturday, November 29. E6 are famous for banging tracks like Danger, High Voltage and Dance Commander and are known for their high-energy live shows.

Tickets are €20 including booking fee on sale now from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and www.ticketmaster.ie

FFF Top Irish designer Peter O'Brien will be launching his new Autumn/Winter collection for Arnotts next Tuesday at 6.30pm. This will be his fifth collection for the Henry Street department store, and the fashion set will be out in force for the launch of the range.

His collections are known for being timeless and elegant, and it's definitely one to look out for when updating your winter wardrobe.

FFF Mags and Belle have been fabulous together since junior infants and form comedy duo Belle Bottoms. At this year's Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival they sing songs about nuns, restraining orders and growing up in the 1970s.

Top Irish author Eoin Colfer (inset, left) penned their script, and they'll be singing songs by everyone from Bressie to Eleanor McEvoy. Belle Bottoms runs until September 20 at the Smock Alley Theatre in Temple Bar.

Tickets are €16 and are available from the Smock Alley box office.

FFF The Guinness Amplify Festival has gone live in Leinster with free gigs across the province until Sunday.

Acts already signed up include Hozier, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding.

To see who's playing in your local, go to www.guinnessamplify.com

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