Exciting times! entertainment.ie have teamed up with our good friends in The Mercantile to bring you E.LIVE, a brand new series of monthly gigs in the heart of Dublin city. The inaugural E.LIVE will take place this Thursday 18th October and will feature sets from Heritage Centre, Cfit, Juliet's Rescue and Modesto. And, to top it all off, the first gig is COMPLETELY FREE!

To gain admission to the gig all you have to do is visit entertainment.ie/tickets (or click the button below) to book your free ticket.

Each show will be curated by entertainment.ie's very own music editor John Balfe, and live music facilitator Keiron Black, ensuring that the best music will be brought straight to you. As more people are turning to the internet to find and discover new music and bands, musicians are now turning to online promotions to achieve new fans and reach out to new audiences for feedback. Each show will be broadcast live on livestream on entertainment.ie, straight from the venue and on AerTV.ie.


Heritage Centre

Heritage Centre released their debut album Alright, Check It Out last month to glowing reviews, including a four-star appraisal from entertainment.ie. The Dublin band have been hailed as one of Ireland’s most promising up n’ coming bands after a succession of incredible live shows, singles and EPs. Watch this space because something BIG is about to happen...


Cfit began life as the ‘bedroom project’ of Noel Duplaa but, before long, it was time to take the sounds outside into the cold light of day – and it couldn’t have gone any better. Cfit’s first threepiece show was at Electric Picnic 2010 and, barely a month later, they swelled to a fivepiece ahead of HWCH ’10, and they haven’t looked back since.

Juliet’s Rescue

Juliet’s Rescue are a five-piece group who with the help of technology, produce verses inspired by summer and choruses that can only be described as captivating, catchy, and epic! The group characterize themselves under the genre of electronic rock, however their sound has a myriad of dimensions to it, including pop, progressive rock and jazz.


Formed from the ashes of Jack of Speed, who were a mainstay of the Irish live music scene between 2006 and 2009, Modesto retain the balls-to-the-wall rock sensibilities of their previous life. A debut EP is expected soon.