On Friday night, a special Bank Holiday for 2022, we have a sizzling line-up in store at the Spiegeltent Mór with not one but two vibrant shows over one night, wrapped up into one glorious ticket of €20.00.
9.15pm – 10.30pm Le Boom live with 15-piece Glasshouse Orchestra & guest vocalist Æ MAK
7.30pm – 8.45pm Paradise Cabaret curated by Cian Austin Jesus featuring Brian the Magic Man, Leonie Pony, The Wild Geeze, The Dirtbird & many more.
This is no ordinary night at the Spiegeltent Mór and in true Spiegel-style as we guarentee you one to remember when we open the evening with the comically absurd, skillfully slick and ridiculously entertaining Paradise Cabaret at 7.30pm, hosted by the pompous and pretentious Cian Austin Jesus and featuring Brian the Magic Man, Leonie Pony, Tom the Clay Head Campbell, Headonbody, The Wild Geeze, The Dirtbird, Gaeilgeoir, Cara Park, Gas Patter of Avoca Reaction and The Ping Pong Girls.
Stage time: 7.30pm – 8.45pm
The second half of the evening sees an exclusive show curated especially for St. Patrick’s Festival. Bringing their buzzing energy to Festival Quarter Nights, Le Boom are accompanied by 15-piece Glasshouse Orchestra featuring Æ MAK, for a special one-off show debuting the club inspired track ‘Friday Night’.
Featuring the voice of Æ MAK, the cheeky mantra-esque tune drops just as nightlife reopens in Ireland. Inspired by clubs and written at a time when dancefloors all over the country lay silent and empty, the boppy release will be followed by remixes from Dj/producers Jordan Nocturne and Gabe Gunsey and a Le Boom club edit.
Stage time: 9.15pm – 10.30pm
10 tracks. over 6 million streams. 100 gigs across Europe including sold out shows at Olympia Theatre in Dublin and performances at Reading and Leeds, Primavera Sound, Electric Picnic and Iceland Airwaves, BBC introducing act, Le Boom, looks forward to his most exciting year to date.
Le Boom’s forthcoming album, set for release in late 2022, traces the highs and lows of a summer of house parties - cans in hands, buzzing around a bluetooth speaker with your favourite people. From disco workouts to electro pop bangers to heartfelt synth ballads and nostalgic dream-techno, the album marks a new beginning for Le Boom, building on his reputation for mixing melodic pop song structures with a myriad of electronic music styles - a mix of melody and body-shaking music, that never loses sight of an earworm chorus.
Glasshouse are a music ensemble in Dublin, Ireland. We present performances of popular contemporary music in singular locations. We produce our own unique concerts, presenting musically exciting albums in