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Sunday December 8th

Andrew Combs

Andrew Combs is a singer and songwriter whose work bridges the freedom and possibility of his visual art with the influence of classic writing and storytelling. On his new album, Ideal Man, Combs worked with producer/engineer Sam Cohen (Kevin Morby, Benjamin Booker) to achieve a more raw, direct sound.

 

Support on the night from Kirby Brown.

Doors: 20:00
€15
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Monday December 9th

Royal Irish Academy of Music Presents: ChamberFest

ChamberFest Dublin, presented by the Royal Irish Academy of Music, will take place at LoSt LaNe. Featuring 8 musicians from the Academy in an eclectic and atmospheric evening combining Schnittke and Górecki in their original form alongside arrangements of Bartok, De Falla and Piazzolla.

Doors: 20:00
€5-€8 via Eventbrite
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Tuesday December 10th

The 12 Freaks Of Christmas

For their Christmas special, Out Come The Freaks have 12 performers lined up to entertain your jolly Jesus. Expect spectacles such as:

• The Bastard Santa • Puppetry with Bella Agogo • The Punk-Poet and her Sleighing Guitar • musical stories from other times • a cabaret robot • satirical and surreal film making/theatre collaboration • grotesque burlesque-esque

…and more, of course. Always MORE!

Doors: 20:00
From €15 via Eventbrite
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Tuesday December 10th

The Whileaways

The Whileaways return to Lost Lane for their last Dublin gig this year. After two recent sell out shows at the Pepper Canister with Bird on the Wire, the Galway Trio present their own unique sound, described by US press as “perfected simplicity” (Irish Echo USA) in a show that will also feature their Christmas single “All the Lights On”.

Doors: 20:00
€18.50
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Thursday December 12th

Christmas Nights with DJ Sleepless Beauty

The Holidays are coming and we’re in full-on Jolly mode, So join us and the wonderful DJ Sleepless Beauty for this Yuletide Bash. From 10:30pm onwards, Sleepless Beauty will be bringing you on a buzz with one of her electrifying sets, going on ’til late! Expect a lot of dancing, some tacky Christmas sweaters and maybe even a mistletoe or two 😉

Doors: 22:30
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Friday December 13th

SPACER with Fiona Gavin (An Meangadh Mór, Raidió na Life)

For this weeks SPACER, we have Fiona Gavin, DJ and radio presenter at Raidió na Life. Free-In from 11pm and on until late!

Doors: 23:00
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Saturday December 14th

Ska Patrol Live – 20th Anniversary Celebrations with Joe Behan and Guests

 

Joe is going to ‘host a show’ with three of Ireland’s leading acts; The Bionic Rats, After The Ibis and The Skalps joining him with live sets for the celebrations. All three acts have released critically acclaimed original recordings which have featured heavily on Joe’s show over the years.

This show is the first in a series of nights planned, with each one being recorded and eventually released on all formats as a ‘best of’ Irish reggae and ska compilation album featuring all of the artists who contribute to the small but healthy Irish reggae and ska scene.

Doors: 19:30
€15
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Saturday December 14th

Mother

Mother, a staple of queer clubbing in the heart of Dublin and arguably the best Saturday night party in Dublin, is back this Saturday night in LoSt LaNe!

The music policy is Electronic, Synth and all things Disco, with the illustrious Mother DJs never missing a beat. With special guests TBC, the nights are never anything short of stellar.

Doors: 23:00
€5 Before 11:30pm
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Sunday December 15th

Vinyl & Wine In The Singer’s House Presents: Abbey Road

Join us on December 15th to hear The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ as you’ve never heard it before.

At this intimate listening party, the album will be played from start to finish on high-quality vinyl on a spectacular sound system, provided especially for this event by Vinyl & Wine.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the album’s release and there will also be an in-depth expert panel discussion about the album’s production, recording, and legacy.

Entrance to The Singer’s House is located on Nassau Street.

Doors: 17:00
€13.66 on Eventbrite
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Sunday December 15th

I Draw Slow

Dublin Roots band I Draw Slow return to LoSt LaNe after a standout show in September.
Signed to Nashville’s Compass Records, the 5-piece have gained both national and international acclaim, playing shows around the world and touring extensively in the U.S after enjoying No.1 spots for their last album Turn Your Face To The Sun. So it’s understandable now how they’ve moved into a dominant position on the North American Folk music scene and are receiving well deserved recognition from some of the biggest festivals in the US.
It was an honour to host them before and even more so to have them return to our stage for what’s set to be an unforgettable night.

Doors: 19:30
€16
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Monday December 16th

Made Of Stone – Stones Roses Tribute

Made Of Stone are Irelands only tribute to Mancunian rock gods The Stone Roses. All 4 members are die hard fans who have dedicated themselves to mastering the music of Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani and Reni.

Doors: 20:00
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Tuesday December 17th

Rob de Boer and Cooks But We’re Chefs

Singer/Songwriter/Producer Rob de Boer and 7-piece band Cooks, But We’re Chefs play a double-bill header at LoSt LaNe.

Expect two fantastic performances, with Robs smooth, dreamy Rock & the Genre-fusing party experience of Cooks But We’re Chefs, it’s set to be a killer night!

Doors: 19:30
From €5.53 on Eventbrite
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Wednesday December 18th

Dan Elliott

Dan Elliott rounds off a stellar year by headlining with his band in Lost Lane.

The 25 year old brings his unique brand of intimate storytelling to our venue for his final headline show of the year.

Doors: 19:30
€14
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Thursday December 19th

Christmas Nights with DJ Sleepless Beauty

We’re nearly there! Grab your tacky tinsel sweaters, get out of that cold and into LoSt LaNe where we’ll be having an absolute Christmas bash with DJ Sleepless Beauty!

Starting from 10:30pm, we’ll be having a proper Crimbo with Sleepless Beauty, who’ll be dishing out one of her downright deadly Disco sets. So whether you’re naughty or nice, make sure you get down here to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year!

Doors: 22:30
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Friday December 20th

Hidden Agenda Present: EMBRZ

Hidden Agenda & Nialler9 are delighted to welcome EMBRZ to LoSt LaNe this December 20th, with support on the night from Lil’ Brendan.

Doors: 23:00
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Saturday December 21st

Glory Days – December Show

For all those fans of The Boss that missed the fantastic Glory Days pay tribute to the legend and his E Street Band, there’s another chance to catch them do what they do best.

Yes, Glory Days are returning to LoSt LaNe. Having knocked it out of the park, with a gig that woulda made Bruce Springsteen proud, the dedicated tribute band take the stage one more time, to play a show celebrating the man, the band and the body of music that made them legends.

If you missed it, or even if you didn’t, come by for a night of all things Springsteen, with the Hits, the classics and the all-time fan favourites being rocked out by the one and only Glory Days.

Doors: 20:00
€15
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Saturday December 21st

Mother

Mother, a staple of queer clubbing in the heart of Dublin and arguably the best Saturday night party in Dublin, is back this Saturday night in LoSt LaNe!

The music policy is Electronic, Synth and all things Disco, with the illustrious Mother DJs never missing a beat. With special guests TBC, the nights are never anything short of stellar.

Doors: 23:00
€5 Before 11:30pm
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Sunday December 22nd

The Dirty Circus Christmas Show

Christmas comes a little early this year as The Dirty Circus returns to LoSt LaNe for a Seasonal Special! Featuring festive feats from past guests and more to be announced!

Doors: 20:00
€15
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Friday December 27th

New York City Cops – A Tribute to the Strokes

One of the most popular indie rock bands of the past 20 years, The Strokes have solidified themselves as one of music’s greats, inspiring countless bands and fans since their beginning.

Now, Dublin’s, NYC Cops is recreating their unique magic by bringing you a set full of the hits, delivered in a high-energy performance that captures the original band.

Doors: 20:00
€15
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Friday December 27th

Hidden Agenda presents: Greg Wilson

This Christmas season, Hidden Agenda & LoSt LaNe are delighted to welcome the master of the tapes and all round lovely lad Greg Wilson.

A true veteran, Greg’s knowledge of music makes him one of the most beloved and creditable DJs in the world. Expect a night of high energy, deep digging and nothing but wonderful tunes!

Support on the night comes from Sally Cinnamon. With a taste that covers a wide span of decades and genres, we couldn’t think of anyone more perfect for this gig.

Doors: 23:00
From €11.12 via Eventbrite
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Saturday December 28th

Mother

Mother, a staple of queer clubbing in the heart of Dublin and arguably the best Saturday night party in Dublin, is back this Saturday night in LoSt LaNe!

The music policy is Electronic, Synth and all things Disco, with the illustrious Mother DJs never missing a beat. With special guests TBC, the nights are never anything short of stellar.

Doors: 23:00
€5 Before 11:30pm
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Sunday December 29th

A Celebration of Nile Rodgers and Chic with The Groove Line

The Groove Line present a night of all thriller and no filler, with two sets, one celebrating Rogers and his work, and another with a greatest hits set of funk, soul and disco. Stay up all night to get lucky!

Doors: 20:00
€12 online / €15 at door
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Thursday January 9th

First Fortnight – My Story, My Song

Ten Irish artists come together to speak about their relationship with their mental health, before performing a one-off version of a song that has helped them through a tough time. All proceeds go to First Fortnight.

Doors: 19:30
€10 from Ticketsolve
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Friday January 17th

Trio

Trio is a gig that showcases the best of Irish female songwriting talent.

Blaithin Carney, Our Cousin Paula and Cat Lundy will take to the stage to perform 3 headline sets. They will be backed by a session band of incredible calibre, Robbie Malone on bass (David Gray), Jake Curran on Guitar (Niall Horan), Dave Hingerty on Drums (The frames, Kíla), and Cian Boylan on keys (Sinéad O’Connor).

This unique project brings together 3 shining artists that are on the verge of greatness. They will share the stage as three equal billing performances that will deliver a multitude of melodic splendour. Running order will simply be a draw of straws 5 mins before showtime.

It will truly be a special one-off evening.

**There will be limited seating for the evening, so we advise all who want a particular space to arrive early to avoid disappointment. 

Doors: 20:00
€15
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Wednesday January 22nd

Tradfest 2020: John Craigie and Cat Clyde

Renowned for his eloquent Americana style, engaging live shows, and off-the-cuff clever observations, John Craigie carries on the legacy of classic singer-songwriters, while blazing a trail of his own. His music speaks loud to both audiences and fellow artists. When Craigie plays, it’s one of those special shows that can make you laugh and cry in the same song. It’s a musical journey that can’t be denied.

Cat Clyde is a brand-new artist out of Stratford, Ontario. A fresh take on the classic sounds of yesteryear; breathing new life into the velvety vocal, tack-piano, slide-guitar-style that can instantly walk you through the swinging doors of a packed saloon. With influences ranging from Etta James to Janis Joplin to Lead Belly; hers is a mix that goes down smoother than a neat glass of mellow Kentucky bourbon.

Doors: 20:00
€19.99 from Tradfest.ie
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Thursday January 23rd

Tradfest 2020: Emma Langford / Susan O’Neill / Clare Sands / Saoirse Casey

Since the release of her first single ‘The Seduction of Eve’ in 2016, Emma Langford has woven herself into the DNA of the Irish music scene and arrived on an international scale. She is shortlisted this year for Germany’s Eiserner Eversteiner folk prize.

Susan O’Neill’s bluesy debut ‘Found Myself Lost’ showcased her truly phenomenal husky voice, often drawing comparisons to Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin. Her tour for the record drew rave reviews.

Clare Sands is a musician, composer, songwriter and music therapist whose star is in the ascendant. Her mastery of her instrument is what happens when you begin at the tender age of four!

At only 23 years old, Saoirse Casey is already a seasoned live performer. Her first gig was supporting Declan O’Rourke in the INEC Killarney and since then she has joined Declan on stage at numerous venues including the National Concert Hall and Vicar St. Her songs have the power to both soothe and invigorate.

Doors: 20:00
€19.99 from Tradfest.ie
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Friday January 24th

Tradfest 2020: Damien O’Kane and Ron Block

What do you get if you cross an American bluegrass banjo and an Irish tenor banjo? In the case of Coleraine’s Damien O’Kane and California’s Ron Block you get fireworks – and a spectacular debut duo album that confounds expectations.

On either side of the Atlantic, O’Kane and Block decided to stop laughing at banjo jokes and concentrate instead on mastering the instrument. With two bold and acclaimed recent albums to his name, O’Kane thought it was high time to join forces with a musician he had long admired – Alison Krauss & Union Station’s banjo star and multiple award winner Ron Block (14 Grammy’s!) Widely regarded as two of the greatest exponents of the instrument they have collaborated to create what is arguably their own genre -‘Banjophony’.

This means melding two different styles showcasing an instrument that proves incredibly versatile in the right hands. Put yourself in these hands, you won’t regret it…

 

Doors: 20:00
€24.99 from Tradfest.ie
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Saturday January 25th

Tradfest 2020: Turin Brakes Acoustic / Sounds Of The Sirens

Turin Brakes are an English band, comprising original duo Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, and long-term collaborators Rob Allum and Eddie Myer. They had a UK top 5 hit in 2003 with their song “Painkiller”. Since starting out in 1999, the band have sold over 1 million records worldwide. This is an indie band characterised by fine musicianship with an intricate folk sensibility.

Exeter-based duo Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood of Sound of the Sirens have built their fan base not merely through several sublime EP releases, but also through their live shows, which combine a natural facility for connecting with their audiences and unforgettable performances predicated on energy, warmth, humour and, above all, real conviction. Sound of the Sirens want to both enlighten and entertain, and they want to do it with euphony. Prepare to be enthralled!

Doors: 20:00
€21.99 from Tradfest.ie
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Sunday January 26th

Tradfest 2020: Della Mae

Since forming in Boston in 2009, Nashville-based string band Della Mae has established a reputation as a charismatic live act comprised of some of the finest players in bluegrass, Americana and beyond.

2020 sees a brand new album, and a welcome return to touring in the UK and Ireland. Originating from different musical backgrounds and states across the US and Canada, each member brings distinct elements that make Della Mae such a beloved band. Together they have a completely original style – sensitive yet assertive, intense yet playful, steeped in tradition yet undeniably current.

Versatile instrumentalists and vocalists, they draw from a bottomless well of roots influences to create vibrant original music that conveys expansive musical vision. They were IBMA’s Emerging Artists of the Year in 2013, GRAMMY Nominees in 2014 for their debut album on Rounder Records and named among Rolling Stone’s “10 bands to watch for in 2015”.

Doors: 20:00
€19.99 from Tradfest.ie
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Friday January 31st

Hidden Agenda presents: Jacques Greene

Jacques Greene is an acclaimed Canadian DJ and electronic music producer known for his house tracks, which often incorporate R&B and U.K. garage influences.

Through several well-received singles on labels like Night Slugs and LuckyMe, particularly 2011’s “Another Girl,” Greene (along with artists like Disclosure and Kingdom) was instrumental in updating house for a post-millennial audience, merging the U.K.-born post-dubstep/future bass sound with contemporary R&B.

Later in the decade, he released ambitious, eclectic full-lengths such as 2019’s Dawn Chorus.

Doors: 23:00
€13.34 on Eventbrite
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Sunday February 2nd

ReClassified

Join ReClassified for a night of classical music gems from Shostakovich to Philip Glass. Come have a drink, hang out with friends and listen to some of Ireland’s leading musicians bring these compositions to life.

Doors: 20:00
€10 - €15
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Friday February 7th

Spike Cello Fest Present Abel Selaocoe/ Clíodhna Ní Aodáin (Celtic Cello)

Spike opens it’s fourth year of alternative Cello in Dublin in Lost Lane with Celtic Cello Clíodhna Ní Aodáin, followed by South African Cellist Abel Selaoco. Both using their Cellos and voices to perform inventive and brilliant music from their respective cultural heritages. Not to be missed!

Doors: 20:00
From €15 via Eventbrite
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Saturday February 8th

Spike Cello Fest & Homebeat Present: Gyða Valtýsdóttir/ Kate & Caimin

In association with Homebeat, Spike presents two awesome ensembles, award winning Icelandic cellist Gyða Valtýsdóttir and band, preceded by home-grown talents Kate & Caimin. They will treat us to an evening of musical inventiveness and new sounds.

Doors: 20:00
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Sunday February 9th

Spike Cello Fest Present Glasshouse / Two Versus

Spike Cello Fest is delighted to bring Two Versus to the Spike stage for the first time. This inventive duo is made from a partnership by our very own Irish vocalist Suzanne Savage and New Zealander cellist Hugo Smith. The spectacular Glasshouse cello ensemble will give a one-off cello populated and inspired programme. this is an evening not to be missed.

Doors: 20:00
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Saturday February 22nd

MCD Presents: The City and Us

Irish four-piece The City and Us play a headline show at LoSt LaNe. Starting their New Year off after a phenomenal 2019, we’re thrilled to see the band on our stage for what will be a fantastic evening.

Doors: 20:00
From €11.80 via Ticketmaster
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Wednesday March 4th

Kieran Goss & Annie Kinsella

Irish duo Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella perform songs from their stunning debut album ‘Oh, The Starlings’.

Recorded in New York with eight time Grammy winning engineer Kevin Killen at the helm (David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, U2, Elvis Costello), ‘Oh, The Starlings’ has been described by songwriter Rodney Crowell as: “So good, it’s heartbreaking”.

 

Doors: 20:00
€26
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Sunday March 29th

Martin Harley

Renowned blues guitarist, singer & songwriter Martin Harley plays an intimate show at LoSt LaNe, following the recent release of his newest album Roll With The Punches.

The record, having been released on October 21st 2019, explores hopes and fears for fast changing times, offering gospel like comfort and consolation.

Doors: 19:30
€14
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Saturday May 2nd

Aiken Promotions Present: Lanterns On The Lake

In association with Aiken Promotions, Lanterns On The Lake will play LoSt LaNe as a part of their UK & Ireland tour for the upcoming album Spook The Herd.

With this new record, the band break new ground on a set of songs that are unavoidably direct – and crucial.

Doors: 19:30
€15
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Sunday May 3rd

La Villa Strangiato – A RUSH Tribute

Attention all RUSH fans! One of the most globally acclaimed RUSH tribute bands La Villa Strangiato are coming to play at LoSt LaNe, for what will be the ultimate night of music from the legendary Rock band!

Doors: 18:30
€15 from Ticketmaster
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