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4 events for... music fans on the hunt for their next club night

Dancing queens, here are the DJ sets you’ll want to check out this week.

SOMETIMES THE BEST way to wind down the week is staying home, ordering a takeaway and bingeing on Netflix.

Other times, it’s finding great music, in great venue, somewhere that’ll host you until the early hours.

If you’re looking for night out inspiration, here are four DJ sets and club nights to check out over the next week…

1. Telephones at Yamamori Tengu

When: February 9

Where: Great Strand Street, Dublin 1

Papa Lou, Nevan Jio and JOMA are taking to the turntables at Yamamori Tengu this Saturday for a night of disco, soul, R&B and house music until 3am. If you can’t make it this weekend, popular monthly club night Lumo is taking place there on February 23. 

Buy tickets here.

2. Toby Kaar at The Big Romance

When: 16 February

Where: 98 Parnell Street, Dublin 1

New Parnell Street spot The Big Romance welcomes Cork-based producer Toby Kaar this month. The vinyl bar has an impressive line-up of events each week, so keep up to date with them on their Facebook page.

Find more information here.

3. Quarter Block Party

When: 8-10 February

Where: various venues and bars in Cork city

Quarter Block Party, a three-day music and arts festival, returns to Cork this weekend for its fifth year, with dozens of artists and DJs performing around the city. Check out the full timetable below.

Find more information here.

4. Open Deck Night at Dali 

When: 13 February

Where: 13 Carey’s Lane, Cork

If you’re a DJ who’s looking to bring their talents to the stage – or if you like hearing new sounds – Open Deck Night in Dali is sure not to disappoint. The Cork nightclub is looking for new faces to play, no matter whether electro, techno or hip hop is your jam.

Find more information here.

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