Traditional Irish music
Lots of venues in the city centre have sessions of Traditional Irish Music. Here are just a few...
The Brazen Head (City Gate, Dublin 8. 15 minutes walk).
Live Irish Music 7 nights
The Merry Ploughboys (Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 ) outside the city centre but definitely worth the journey! The Merry Ploughboys put on a brilliant interactive show of Irish Music and Irish Dancing. They offer a dinner and show package for approx €49 pp. Advance booking advisable as its a very popular show!
Oliver St John Gogartys (Temple Bar, Dublin 2)
Popular venue with live Irish Music daily from 2.30pm until late.
Johnnie Fox's (Glencullen, Co Dublin)
Famously claiming to be the 'highest pub in Dublin' Johnnie Fox's is host to traditional Irish music every night in the pub and also the 'Johnnie Fox's Hooley Experience' with dinner and a show with Irish music and dance. The pub specializes in Fish and Seafood dishes but also offers other options to suit all tastes.
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