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Steamboat Quay, Limerick, IE

  • Phone: (353) 61 444100
  • Fax: (353) 61 444101
4.0 out of 5 (32 reviews)
69% of guests recommend this hotel

Local Events

»Rubberbandits

December 27, 2014 7:00 PM

One of Ireland's leading groups of satirists, Rubberbandits blends alternative hip-hop with political commentary and somewhat crude comedy. Comprised of MCs and wordsmiths Blindboy Boat Club and Mr. Chrome as well as DJ Paul Webb, the group members perform in masks or cover their faces with plastic shopping bags, in some attempt at veiling their identities. Since forming in 2000, Rubberbandits has amassed an impressive fan base, garnering millions of YouTube hits on its music videos and moving up from opener to headliner at Ireland's prominent music festivals.

3/4 Dock Road
Limerick,

»The Riptide Movement

December 27, 2014 10:00 PM

The Riptide Movement is an indie rock band from Dublin that was formed in 2006 by vocalist and guitarist Mal Tuohy, bassist Ger McGarry, guitarist John Dalton and drummer Gary Byrne. With a sound that mixes folk, blues-rock and indie flavors, the band released its debut album What About the Tip Jars?, in 2009 to international acclaim and quickly began touring around Ireland, Germany, Russia and the UK. After two years on the road, the band entered the studio once again to record its follow-up record, Keep On Keepin' On, which was released in 2012.

3/4 Dock Road
Limerick,

»Paintings By Angela Woulfe

December 27, 2014 11:00 AM

16 Pery Square
Limerick,

»Christmas Racing Festival

December 27, 2014

After Christmas is over, the fun continues at the Christmas Racing Festival. Four fun-filled days include numerous horse races and music, so come to win!

Greenmount Park
Patrickswell,

»Riches Of Clare

December 27, 2014

The exhibition occupies two galleries of the museum and encompasses thousands of years of the history of Clare. The display is based on themes such as Earth, Faith, Power, Energy and Water. The exhibition presents ancient artifacts using modern technologies such as audiovisual presentations.

Arthur's Row
Ennis,

»Brendan Grace

December 27, 2014 8:00 PM

Galway Road
Ennis,

»Dolores Keane

December 27, 2014 8:00 PM

West Rockbarton
Galway,

»Historical Claddagh Rings

December 27, 2014

This exhibit is dedicated to the traditional Irish Claddagh rings. Here you will learn how they are made, as well as see "the world's smallest Claddagh ring."

1 Quay Street
Galway,

»Epoch Christmas Edition With John Daly

December 27, 2014 11:00 PM

Lynam is an American hard rock band from Birmingham, Alabama.HistoryFormed in Alabama in 2001 after the breakup of Jacob Bunton's major-label band Mars Electric, Lynam is often aligned with the retro metal movement of the mid-2000s generation. Led by frontman and principal songwriter Jacob Bunton, the band is heavily influenced by Def Leppard and has drawn comparisons to Wolfmother. Since 2002, the band has self-released three albums; a fourth, 2006's Slave to the Machine, was released after the band signed to DRT Records/Universal Records. This album peaked at #21 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and #19 on its Top Heatseekers chart. The album's first single, "Tanis" achieved the #1 spot on both the active rock independent chart and the mainstream rock independent chart. Their fifth album, Tragic City Symphony, was released on August 26, 2008 by New Ocean Media. This album features the song "Save My Soul," which peaked at #5 on the active rock independent chart. At the end of January 2008 they performed on Motley Cruise, a 4-day cruise in the Caribbean (Miami, Key West and Cozumel, MX) with Vince Neil, Skid Row, Ratt, Slaughter and Endeverafter. They have opened tour dates for bands such as Saliva, Live, Fuel, and Puddle of Mudd. Most recently they opened for Hinder and Eighteen Visions on their 2006 tour. The band was set to open for Cinderella and Warrant during their summer 2008 tour, however, due to Tom Keifer of Cinderella having a hemorrhaged vocal cord, the tour was cancelled.Lynam is scheduled to perform on another cruise, ShipRocked, November 15–20, 2009 with Queensryche, Tesla, Skid Row, Broken Teeth, EndeverafteR, Stereoside, and Stone Rider.On October 5, 2010, Lynam announced that their live CD, Thank You Good Night!, would be their final album. The members of the band want to "explore different opportunities outside of Lynam" but stress that they are not breaking up any time soon and will continue to play shows.Artist Description from Wikipedia, available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license

38 Abbeygate Street Upper
Galway,

»Damien Dempsey

December 28, 2014 8:00 PM

Damien Dempsey is an Irish folk songwriter who blurs the edges of the folk genre by incorporating hip-hop and reggae rhythms as well as traditional Irish melodies into his music. Starting with his 2000 debut album They Don't Teach This Shit in School, he has been painting his signature sound with politically driven lyrics focused on social and governmental structures in Ireland. Dempsey released his sixth studio album Almighty Love, in 2012.

3/4 Dock Road
Limerick,

»Mick Flannery

December 28, 2014 8:00 PM

As a child, Mick Flannery read literary works by John Steinbeck and Charles Bukowski. The strong images of late night debauchery and heavy hearted drunkenness left lasting impressions in Flannery's head, and when he started composing his own music these images would serve as inspiration for his lyrics. Born in Ireland to a working class family, Flannery has lived a double life as a stonemason and an artist, splitting his time between performing soft rock tunes on the stage and laying bricks.

Dominick Street
Galway,

»Mick Flannery

December 29, 2014 8:00 PM

As a child, Mick Flannery read literary works by John Steinbeck and Charles Bukowski. The strong images of late night debauchery and heavy hearted drunkenness left lasting impressions in Flannery's head, and when he started composing his own music these images would serve as inspiration for his lyrics. Born in Ireland to a working class family, Flannery has lived a double life as a stonemason and an artist, splitting his time between performing soft rock tunes on the stage and laying bricks.

3/4 Dock Road
Limerick,
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