During your time in Dublin you’ll be wanting to spend time relaxing doing your favourite things, and if you love live music then we’ve got a treat for you in our post today. So, if you’re looking for things to do in Dublin and you like live music, read on. There’s a list of venues with a brief bit about them, that way you can make an informed choice about where to visit.
This bar has won awards for best live music venue and best traditional Irish pub music for 10 years between 2002 and 2012. There’s a different band daily from around Ireland with long sessions that last for hours, so you definitely get your money’s worth. There’s all sorts of musical instruments creating the most wonderful sounds, so if you love Irish music, you’ll love the Temple Bar.
The Old Storehouse
This old pub has a long history of exemplary customer service and entertainment at prices everyone can afford. Again, with the most beautiful Irish music, you can eat, drink and listen and enjoy the melodic sounds The Old Storehouse offers. A beautiful venue with ambient interiors for a real traditional Irish evening.
The Grand Social
This is a bar where there’s a flourishing musical history where you can listen to traditional Irish music in the comfort of this amazing venue. There’s Fringe Festival each year with different types of music and live performance during this exciting fortnight.
The Loft, aka the grand social offers guests a spacious room which is perfect for musicians to set up with a rooftop beer garden too, which is directly opposite the performance space. It’s worked hard to gain a reputation as Dublin Venue of the Year and National Venue of the year so many times over from 2012 onwards, so you won’t be disappointed.
Another amazing traditional Irish music bar and venue. Here you’ll find Irish music that goes back generations, with a family behind it that goes back years too. It’s got a warm welcome and it’s not far from the city centre, so it’s easy enough to find. Every first Tuesday of the month, you’ll find there’s a Na Piobairi Uilleann and there’s some backroom venue gigs with a variety of traditional Irish music. Wednesday sees the Balaclava sessions, and you can also hire the backroom as well if you need to use it for your own music perhaps!
Visit Dublin to Enjoy Fantastic Live Music
There’s plenty of bars with live music up and down the streets of Dublin, and Ireland itself is home to a rich culture in music and words. There’s always the traditional Irish beat to listen to or you can have something more contemporary, there’s plenty to choose from.
For some of the most exciting and intriguing venues in Ireland, Dublin is definitely the place to be. So, if you’re looking for things to do in Dublin that include live music, we hope you’ve found our post this week helpful. While you're in Dublin enjoying the fantastic music scene you can pay us a visit at Escape Dublin to test your problem-solving skills against the clock.