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DUBLIN POWER TRIO THE DIJON BABES

24610Saturday the 31st of January
Hive, 25 Michael Street
7/11 proudly presents,
Dublin power trio the Dijon Babes with support from Waterford based N-11.
The Dijon Babes have become renowned for their high energy live performances which fluctuate between short, sharp two minute sucker punches & instrumental displays of musical aptitude. With tracks built from the ground up on a rock solid rhythm section, layered with aggressive guitar and frantic vocals, their set is described as “in your face rock and roll at its finest, guaranteed to blow your clothes off!”

Stalwarts of the DIY punk scene, N-11, originally hail from Arklow, Co.Wicklow. Founders and Lifelong friends Dean O’Brien (Bass & Vocals) and Sarah Dempster (Guitar & Vocals) are joined by drummer Heather Troy-Whelan (ex Found on the Floor) and play passionate, emotionally charged music which draws influence from Punk, Country and Hardcore music.
The evening kicks off at 7.00 pm with the first live act due on stage at 9.00pm. Tickets are €7 (concession €5) & are available now at Hive, 25 Michael Street or hiveemerging.com. Our drinks policy is strictly B.Y.O.B.

Hive Emerging (est. 2008) is a not for profit arts space dedicated to the emerging arts. The arts space is run by artists for artists focusing predominately on group activities which competently provide artists with exposure, experience, networking, accreditation, income & sales.
Hives Strength in Numbers strategic policies & management structure is the guiding principal of our organisation. The Venue functions through a competitive group operating policy throughout every level of its management, staff, & volunteers. This policy ensures Hive is always as strong as its strongest members.

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