he Hot Spot Music Club is a welcome addition to Greystones’ cultural cornucopia and our ever-growing coffee love-in.
Specialising in those acts that are a little too big or a little too unique for your average pub rock gig, The Hot Spot has played host to many a special night, with the likes of Hozier, Scullion, Kila and Tir na nOg sharing the stage with local luminaries such as HueGrass and The Universal Funk Orchestra.
Name That Fecker
Both a weekend cafe – and you won’t want to miss their free Sunday afternoon jam sessions, where anything from tubas to banjos can help make your lazy day that little bit hazier – and a latenight venue, The Hot Spot Music Club has the look of a speakeasy and the feel of a naughty house session that’s getting just a little out of hand.
It’s also the perfect venue for your own private party, with full PA, DJ booth and dancefloor.
Yowsa, yowsa agus yowsa!
Call Ailbhe on 0872917519 for further info, visit the Hot Spot’s official website here, and find the latest gigs and interviews here. You never know who you might find there.
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