Highlights of the day … and no, it’s not just jazz
Bell X1 frontman Paul Noonan and electronic producer Daithí give a live release to their new collaborative project.
As part of a free music weekend at the River Club. Other Cork hotels, the Metropole and the Imperial, will also have music playing over the next few days.
Choice Cuts founder Mark Murphy, conductor Max Zaska and the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble come together to explore the sound of contemporary jazz. Show also on Sunday at the same time and in the same place.
Cork folk-rockers have their say at Barrack Street bar, formerly known as An Réalt Dearg and Gateway.
Belfast hosts Móglaí Bap, Mo Chara and DJ Próvaí are back to wreck heads and stage equipment after the cancellation of pre-Covid Cork dates.
Veteran Cork DJ and Radio Otherway boss joins the Dim the Lights crew to pick tracks at the South Mall bar and restaurant all evening.
The iconic jazz pianist, described by critics as a “silent giant”, presents a unique solo show at the Triskel, taking inspiration from the new solo album “John”.
The Cork musician and improviser is overseeing one of the many jazz sessions going on throughout the weekend at the limited capacity Barrack Street bar.
Irish soul, R&B and hip-hop talents come together on a live excursion for the Dublin-based collective, including singers Senita, Toshín and Jess Kav.
11:30 p.m., € 22.50
Dublin-based DJ and presenter 2FM returns to her place in the final shift of Jazz Weekend, serving dance classics, floor fillers and hidden gems.
A Sunday morning show for the merchants of pop-rock choirs after their sold-out evening show.
The HBE summons jazz fans to Sunday service with an afternoon of old spirituals at the Northside Sonic Temple.
Xenia Pestova Bennett (piano) and Ed Bennett (live electronics) present a radical reinterpretation of Bach’s famous Goldberg Variations.
The South Chicago family group returns to Cork stages after wowing audiences on recent Jazz Weekend Tours.
Today, FM DJ Dec Pierce takes audiences on a journey through the great classics of the 90s, with live percussion from The Hit Machine.
The Irish hip-hop pharaoh takes to the stages of St. Luke’s to help MåsExödus in a last-minute revival.
Amidst all the jazz, a chance to get on the train to Skaville with the resident two-tone heroes of Leeside.
A chance to hear the highly anticipated and critically acclaimed album from ECM Records’ man ‘Dreamlife of Debris’ in concert.
The singer-songwriter and producer comes to the Everyman to play tunes from the first label of a major record company, “Grapefruit Season”.
Galway Soulman and his entire band gather in the back room of Douglas Street for a Sunday show.
Another great crowd pleasers and floor filler service from 2FM’s resident dance encyclopedia.
Waterford fans (and their Boxheads) bring their festival-tested live performance back to the Opera stage – testing the audience’s ability to stay in their place!
Live jazz to cure your ailments after the festivities of the Sunday evening holidays.
The former Walking on Cars man has been opening his solo account lately, reflecting on life before the lockdown and the nature of change with his debut EP “The Art of Disappearing”.
The ’90s hip-hop icon made his Cork Jazz Weekend debut, exploring his catalog with the help of a big band from the ranks of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble.
No, not the 2FM rages of yesteryear, but the cheerful jazz of some of Europe’s finest brass bands as they march through the city streets.
There are a number of ways you can celebrate jazz – but taking a tour with one of the many marching bands that tour has to be a highlight.
A selection of light and popular music, performed by the award-winning Blarney Concert Band as part of the Big Fringe lineup.
The big brass bands that will roam the city have a HQ to report to – and you can see them on stage, all afternoon, at the Super Dome, just outside the Cork Opera House.