[Dublin] 80s & 90s Retro Music Night for Palestine (IPSC)
Saturday 31st August is the last day summer… and what better way to say goodbye to the season than with a blowout 80s and 90s retro music extravaganza for Palestine!
Didn’t get a ticket for Electric Picnic? Don’t stress, because the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is inviting you to our fundraising party in Jigsaw, 10 Belvedere Court, Dublin 1 (off Mountjoy Square – map here). Doors open at 9.00pm – til late. The entry fee is a suggested donation of €10, and the first 30 people in will get a free Palestinian badge, while there’ll be stickers for everyone else!
This will be a night of pure Grade A craic and is not to be missed. There’ll be everything from rock to r’n’b, synthpop to ska, hip hop to heavy metal, electronica to eurobeat, indie to Italo-disco, pop to post-punk and so, so much more. And yes, there will be power ballads!
80s and 90s era dress is encouraged – and there will be some prizes for best dressed, along with a raffle and spot prizes.
This is a Bring Your Own Booze (BYOB) event. To make recycling easier, we ask you try to bring beer/cider in cans and limit glass bottles to wine/spirits, thanks!
The venue has limited capacity, and entry is on a first come-first serve basis. As we cannot guarantee admittance, the earlier in the evening you come the more likely you are to be guaranteed a place.
This is a fundraiser to support the work of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign, who campaign in solidarity with the Palestinian people’s struggle for freedom, justice and equality. For more information about our work see: http://www.ipsc.ie