The Racket nightclub lives up to its Dublin’s freshest nightlife addition status, as the music hub unveiled its schedule for autumn and winter.
Established and managed by the team behind The Bernard Shaw, one of Ireland’s most lusted-after pubs, Racket found its home in north Dublin, beneath its sister venue.
With a focus on both international and homegrown music talent, Racket’s music-fuelled schedule promises a versatile program. From electronic beats to R&B and grime, the Dublin venue is set to shelter all kinds of music genres.
With a traditional-meets-industrial design and a top-notch sound system, this Dublin nightclub is ready to take the clubbing crown.
Racked debuted on Dublin’s clubbing map last weekend (10th September) and opens its doors from Thursday to Sunday.
Racket features a Funktion-One sound system, modular stage setup to host live shows, and 34 square meters of white walls brimming with art exhibitions and jaw-dropping visuals.
Besides being a clubbing destination, the Dublin music venue also shelters a record and merch shop, as well as a recording studio.
With a 360 approach to nightlife entertainment, the Irish hub will also host gigs, talks, and other music-related events.
The nightclub’s capacity can hold up to 250 revelers.
Racket’s A/W season will officially kick off on Saturday, 17th September, with Irish cloud-rapper Citrus Fresh.
On 24th September, Birmingham-based electronic DJ Jossy Mitsu will be heading to the Irish capital for a Racket show.
October will start off strong, with a performance from experimental music producer Coucou Chloe on the 14th.