Dublin Gig Guide: February 2023 

By Conor Murphy

LF SYSTEM – Index: After a successful 2022 with a plethora of festival appearances and their hit tune Afraid To Feel hitting number 1 and number 2 in the U.K. and Ireland respectively, Scottish duo LF SYSTEM show no signs of stopping anytime soon. The upcoming House group are set to play the Index on February 3rd and will be joined by Shee, Jake Fitz, Ryan Roe, and Eimear Gorman. 
Tickets are available starting at €20.04. Doors open at 10 p.m. 

Florence + The Machine – 3Arena: Ahead of their highly anticipated show at Malahide Castle this Summer, U.K. Indie Rock legends Florence + The Machine are set to play the 3Arena on February 8th. The group are fresh off the heels of releasing their critically and commercially acclaimed fifth studio album Dance Fever. They are joined by Willie J Healey. 
The last remaining tickets are available starting at €77.05. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 

Loyle Carner – Vicar Street: Running off the critical acclaim of his emotionally charged third studio album Hugo, Loyle Carner is set to play a three-night residency in Vicar Street from February 19th to 21st. The U.K. native received astounding reviews for his Main Stage performance at Forbidden Fruit last June. 
Final tickets are available starting at €34.90. Doors open at 8 p.m. 

Easy Life – The Academy: English Indie Pop group Easy Life are set to play a show in The Academy Main Room on February 20th. The band released their sophomore studio album MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE… in October featuring Kevin Abstract, BENEE, and Gus Dapperton. 
Tickets are available starting at €29.90. Doors open at 7 p.m. 

The Murder Capital – Vicar Street: Following the recent release of their sophomore studio album Gigi’s Recovery and ahead of their debut appearance at Coachella, Dublin post-punk band The Murder Capital are set to play in Vicar Street on February 26th. The group have been praised for reaching their level of success whilst remaining fully independent, releasing all of their music through their own label ‘Human Season’. 
Tickets are available starting at €25.90. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. 

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