FFF HIDDEN Agenda will bring house music legend Kenny Dope to the Opium Rooms on January 31.
The DJ began his prestigious career throwing block parties in Brooklyn and now, almost 30 years later, he is set to play Dublin. Tickets are on sale now and cost just €12. Hidden Agenda also have Visuals, Telephones, Roman Flugel and Barnt playing the Opium Rooms this January.
FFF NASHVILLE band Lambchop will take to the stage in the National Concert Hall on February 1 to perform their landmark album Nixon.
Their smash-hit album, released in 2000, continues to mesmerise audiences more than a decade later. The band join the program of Perspectives 2015. Choice Music Prize-winner Adrian Crowley, who marks the release of Some Blue Morning on Chemikal underground, will support the US band. Tickets are available now for €30. In the interim he has been nominated for four Grammys for his music.
FFF STORYTELLING and baking is a match made in food heaven.
Tomorrow, Milk and Cookies makes its return to the First Fortnight festival.
The free event will take place in the Irish Writers Centre on Parnell Square. This is the second year that the event has run and the theme of this year's event is With a Little Help From My Friends.
FFF FUNNYMAN PJ Gallagher is set to tickle the funny bones of Bray on January 15.
It is the comedian-turned-radio-host's first live tour in three years.
He is also set to take to the stage in the Dalkey comedy club - which means some of you won't even have to make the trek to town. Tickets are available via Eventbrite and cost €20.