MAYO GALWAY LONG­FORD

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The Hot Sprock­ets

One of Ire­land’s hard­est work­ing bands launch their sec­ond al­bum, Brother Na­ture (see re­view,page 14), with their big­gest head­line show to date. But­ton Fac­tory 7.30pm 115 but­ton­fac­tory.ie

Paul Heaton & Jac­qui Ab­bott

For­mer mem­bers of The Beau­ti­ful South plug their very good new al­bum, What Have We Be­come, as well as sift­ing through the South’s back cat­a­logue. Sup­port is the equally ex­cel­lent Cherry Ghost. Academy 9pm 120 (sold out) thea­cade­my­dublin.com

Hauschka

The De­lines

NewCfest

See Fri­day, Wick­low. Bal­lina Arts Cen­tre 7.30pm 115 bal­li­naarts­cen­tre. com Also Sun, Galway; Mon, Kil­dare; Wed, Water­ford; Thurs, Derry

See Fri­day, Cork. Kevin Barry Room, Na­tional Con­cert Hall 8.30pm 120 nch.ie

New fam­ily-friendly one-day open air camp­ing event, fea­tur­ing a solid mu­sic line-up (in­clud­ing Ham Sand­wich, Ryan Sheridan, Keywest, Tu­pelo, Big Septem­ber, Red Em­pire, and Valentino is Dead) as well as com­edy and so on. New­cas­tle House, Bal­lyma­hon 1pm 139.95/134.95 newcfest.com

Sarah McQuaid

See Fri­day, Lim­er­ick. Róisín Dubh 9pm 115 roisin­dubh.net

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