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Dublin

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Ireland's largest and most important city Dublin has the potential to charm any visitor. Visitors can wander down the cobbled streets of Temble Bar, listen to authentic Irish folk musicians play live or explore the greenery of Phoenix Park.


Friday 3 July 2020

Aslan

Gig

Aslan

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

 Iveagh Gardens, Dublin

 18:30

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The Phantom of the Opera

Theatre

The Phantom of the Opera

Theatre

Musical

 Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin

 19:30

From €55Select
Walking On Cars At Trinity Summer Series

Gig

Walking On Cars At Trinity Summer Series

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

 Trinity College Dublin, Dublin

 19:00

From €59Select
Riverdance (Touring)

Theatre

Riverdance (Touring)

Theatre

 Gaiety Theatre Dublin, Dublin

 19:30

From €31Select
Walking On Cars At Trinity Summer Series

Gig

Walking On Cars At Trinity Summer Series

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

 PLAYERS THEATRE @ TRINITY COLLEGE, Dublin

 19:00

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Saturday 4 July 2020

The Specials Dublin

Gig

The Specials Dublin

Gigs

Reggae

 Trinity College Dublin, Dublin

 19:00

From €150Select
Fontaines DC

Gig

Fontaines DC

Gigs

Chart & Pop Music

 Iveagh Gardens, Dublin

 18:30

From €43Select
Longitude - Saturday Vip

Gig

Longitude - Saturday Vip

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

 Marlay Park, Dublin

 13:30

From €159Select
Longitude Festival 2020 (Saturday) Tyler, the Creator, Aj Tracey

Festival

Longitude Festival 2020 (Saturday) Tyler, the Creator, Aj Tracey

 Marlay Park, Dublin

 13:30

From €178Select
Flash Harry - a Celebration of Queen

Gig

Flash Harry - a Celebration of Queen

Gigs

 Vicar Street Dublin, Dublin

 20:30

From €37Select



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Ireland's largest and most important city Dublin has the potential to charm any visitor. Visitors can wander down the cobbled streets of Temble Bar, listen to authentic Irish folk musicians play live or explore the greenery of Phoenix Park. After growing from a Viking settlement and becoming Ireland's main city of the Norman invasion, Dublin is bursting with culture and intrigue. You can explore the grand surroundings of Dublin Castle or check out the modern Spire of Dublin on O'Connell Street before heading out for a night of entertainment. Dublin's nightlife is as vibrant as the people are friendly, with no shortage of pubs and fantastic music venues to demonstrate Ireland's famous warmth and humour. Music fans should look out for shows at Whelan's, Vicar Street or the enormous 3Arena. If theatre is more what you’re after, the Bord Gais Energy Theatre offers up a whole host of plays and musicals throughout the year.