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Clubs: Dan Shake, The Last Dance and Cannonball DJs

Dan Shake T13, Belfast, Tonight 9pm

By Andrea McVeigh

Published 22/07/2016

Dan Shake
Dan Shake

Dan Shake T13, Belfast, Tonight 9pm With that authentic warehouse vibe, the Titanic Quarter's T13 is a great club venue. After their last bash with guest DJ Maurice Fulton, the Inside Moves guys are back with another floor-filling mix-master in the headline spot. Tonight sees London-based Dan Shake take to the DJ box. It's a great time to see the man in action too, as his reputation is on the rise thanks to releases on his own Shake label and guest slots across Europe. For details, visit Facebook: Inside Moves.

The Last Dance

Lush, Portrush,

Tomorrow 8pm

It's being billed as the end of an era, with a line-up of former residents and guests to pay tribute to the music from 1991 to 1996. With several hours' worth of Old Skool tracks, there'll be music from Altern8, DJ Dag, Glen Molloy and more to mark 25 years since 1991. For details, visit kellysportrush.co.uk.

Cannonball DJs

Lavery's Back Bar, Belfast,

Tonight 10pm

If indie and rock anthems from the '70s to the Noughties are your thing, then head to Lavery's for its weekly Back Bar bash featuring music from the likes of the Pixies, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin and The Clash. Admission is free. For details, visit laverysbelfast.com.

Resident DJs

Limelight, Belfast,

Tomorrow 10pm

This access-all-areas club night offers four different DJs in four different rooms across the venue, for just one admission price.

For details, visit: limelightbelfast.com.

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