In the wake of close to two years in the absence of live music and the nearby crushing of our entertainment sector, we are now a mere four weeks away from the reopening of the nightlife sector in Ireland.

Event announcements have been few are far between, but in recent weeks as we count down the days, minutes and seconds to the grand reopening of life as we all knew it, event announcements have been flooding in and frankly it’s been quite hard to keep up with. Over the course of this week Reboot Events have announced three gigs in three days as part of their Outset club festival concept which is set to take place in Project Waterford.

Announcing three of techno’s most in demand artists on the globe, Reboot has lined up I Hate Models, Hector Oaks and Alan Fitzpatrick for the 22nd, 23rd and 25th of October.

“We are absolutely buzzing to announce that we will be bringing a brand new club festival concept that goes by the name “OUTSET FESTIVAL” to Project Waterford this October club opening weekend”.

The meaning behind OUTSET is that it’s the start/beginning of something special and we are kicking off in true reboot style on this one.

OUTSET FESTIVAL comes to you – face to face – across 3 days this October across club re-opening weekend in Ireland (22nd/23rd/24th) at Project Waterford and features some of the best Irish and international electronic artists the world has to offer with no social distancing required as after close to 2 years the Irish government plans to lift all covid bans on nightlife

Tickets for each show and the full weekend can be bought through this link here.

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