Pavilion - St Patrick's Weekend

March 14th - 17th


The Alkove -The Other Side of The Storm

Thursday 14th March, 9 P.M.

Formed in 2014 in Cork, Ireland, The Alkove blend rock, pop, blues, and soul to create truly original music.

Free Entry

No Booking Required

Sing Along Social Paddys Day Party

Friday 15th March, 7 P.M.

The Sing Along Social, hosted by The Craic Mechanics, specialise in singing parties for people who can't sing. It's sort of like group karaoke but with no microphones or putting anyone on the spot. It's about singing at the top of your lungs to your favourite cheesy pop songs in the company of friends and strangers. If you’re a really terrible singer, you might even win a prize.

Cost: €15 plus booking fee

Booking Link: Eventbrite

Noughties Y2K- Filling Bangers

Friday 15th March, 10.30 P.M.

Groovy tunes all night

Free Entry

No Booking Required

Bodies Do The Talking - Efa O'Neill & Jon Barry

Saturday 16th March, 9 P.M.

A native of Kerry, Efa O’Neill is at the helm of ‘Out of Space,’ a focal point of many of my best nights of dancing not just in Cork but throughout the country. Nowadays, Out of Space takes the form of a DDR show featuring fresh and emerging talent across the nation—a true reflection of O’Neill’s love for the craft. From seeing her play rare and classic house cuts at ‘Sunday Times!’—another Cork institution—to her high NRG back-to-back set with Dublin’s Jio, which introduced me to bass music and its dubbier components, O’Neill’s versatility and adeptness in reading the crowd promise a very special night.

DJing for the last 20 years, Jon Barry cut his teeth at Cork’s legendary Sir Henry’s with a residency focusing primarily on Hip-Hop before immersing himself deeply in underground House and Techno. To become deeply knowledgeable of all of these genres is a testament to Barry’s versatility and passion for unearthing incredible hidden gems. He’s one of Cork’s favourite DJs in the underground scene and not without good reason – come to BDDT’s debut to see for yourself.

Free Entry

No Booking Required

Ceili By The Lee

Sunday 17th March, 2 P.M.

This is a great way to meet new people in Cork, experience Irish culture, and get some exercise!

Cost: Charitable Donation Suggested

No Booking Required

The Service

Sunday 17th Match, 4.40 P.M.

The Service is a six-piece band from Cork who have been playing Ska, Reggae, 2-Tone and Rocksteady to applauding crowds for many years. Originally formed in 1994, and with some lengthy breaks in between; since 2013, they have reclaimed their crown as the finest purveyors of all sounds ska and beyond.

Free Entry

No Booking Required

Yes I

Sunday 17th March, 7 P.M.

‘Yes I’ pays homage to the essence of Roots Reggae music. 0phelia sings in the spirit of some of the world’s greatest vocalists like Sister Nancy, Bob Marley & Barrington Levy. Players on the night are Eimear Halihan SAX, Emily Haughton KEYS, Mattie Barker, Mutaz BASS & Dan Walsh DRMS

Free Entry

No Booking Required



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