The Grand Social Dublin
The Grand Social, Dublin
The Grand Social Dublin 26/02/2023 19:30
26/02/2023 19:30

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This is an over 18s event. You may be required to show ID (driver's license, Garda / PSNI ID or passport only). Right of admission is reserved.

Eastbound Dublin makes its highly anticipated return in 2023. The festival will host a range of diverse performances spread across various venues in the city in late February 2023. In its fourth year, Eastbound Dublin still is about capturing the spirit of new and breaking artists and capturing the imagination of a devoted, music-hungry city like Dublin, and bringing it all together to create meaningful beginnings.


Aiming to bring another year of emerging talent for Dublin’s city centre from 22nd - 26th February 2023. Previous Eastbound artists include The Murder Capital, shame, Dream Wife, Mahalia and more.


Really Good Time


From: Dublin, Ireland


For Fans of: THUMPER, Search Results


The band are a hair-raising ear immolating live four-piece, apres-garde, post-crunk band, called Really Good Time, whose primary concern is that you have one. They make music that sounds like vertigo era U2 covering Viagra Boys, or early Pixies records and LCD Soundsystem mashed in a blender with a bag of cheap speed.


Big Tune: Really Good Song




From: Essex, UK


For Fans of: Shiv, Joesef


Ruti is a neo-soul trailblazer having garnered the attention of Adele, featuring as a special guest in her Hyde Park series in July 2022. Her new EP “All At Once” radiates chill summer vibes, the four-track offering – which features Ruti’s soulfully dreamy vocals and ethereal beats.


Big Tune: My Sunrise


Jack Cullen


From: London, UK


For Fans of: Dermot Kennedy, Somebody’s Child


This eternal optimist has a sunny pop sound where calm acoustics lead the way with easy, laidback vocals offering insights into his easy living mentality. His track ‘It Doesn’t Matter’ features Lo-Fi legend Snøw and Questlove of The Roots, making this track a collaborative epic.


Big Tune: Spilled My Coffee




From: Belfast, Northern Ireland


For Fans of: Little Simz, Enola Gay


YINYANG is a hybrid genre artist created for the current age. Incorporating aspects of dance, rock, electronica, rap, and punk, she stuns audiences with her dynamic lights show and charismatic onstage persona.


Big Tune: Bloodhound/Earthbound

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