Fresh off the back of Halloween festivities, we've rounded up the best stuff going on around Ireland this weekend. If you're not sure what to be doing, we have the lowdown.
1. Mack Fleetwood, Galway
The 40 Rumours Tour continues as the popular tribute band make their way out West. The gig is happening at Monroe's on Friday, November 3 and kicks off at 8pm.
2. Ivy Bloom, Dublin
If you're around the Capital on Sunday, November 5, head to Whelan's and check out new Irish band Ivy Bloom who are gigging ahead of the release of their EP. One of the Kodaline lads billed the lead singer as having a 'voice that stands out from the crowd.' Doors open at 8pm.
3. The Laughter Lounge, Dublin
Looking for a laugh this weekend? You may be interested to know award winning Canadian comedienne Mike Wilmot is hitting the Laughter Lounge stage from November 2-4. Doors open at 7pm and the gig kicks off at 8.30pm.
4. Beatles Festival, Dublin
Fans of the Fab Four might be keen to know that the iconic band will be celebrated this weekend in The Workman's Club. There will be quizzes and live music on Saturday, November 4 from 2-10pm for anyone who wants to get in on the Beatles buzz.
5. Toastie Festival, Wicklow
Toasties have garnered a cult following, so much so The Harbour Bar in Bray are hosting a festival in their honour. It's happening from Friday, November 3-5 and if carb lovers need more convincing, we have the lowdown here.
6. Cassandra Wilson, Limerick
Jazz fans should get to Dolan's on Saturday, November 4 because Grammy Award winner Cassandra Wilson will be performing, along with a stellar line-up of musicians. Show starts at 8pm.
7. Mad As A Hatter, Athlone
Round up your mates for fun escape rooms experience. In one hour, you can try and 'solve the riddles, crack the codes and help The Hatter and friends to find the Queen of Hearts.' There's nothing like some competitiveness to get the adrenaline pumping! It's happening on Friday, November 3, 4-5pm.