Top Five Spots for Live Music in Dublin

Right! to kick this off we’re starting with the Top Five… Spots for Live Music in Dublin. If you love traditional Irish music or a hardcore rave we’ve got you sorted! We have some big names and some smaller hidden gems you cannot miss.

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Vicar St.Vicar street

When looking for an intimate gig Vicar Street is the place to be. Vicar Street is one of the best venues around Dublin. No matter where you sit, the front, the back or the middle, you will always have a fantastic view. With a variety of acts, I am sure you will find one to suit your taste!



Whelan’s is one of the best-loved Dublin music venues. Famous for this atmosphere and quality live music, this bar is suitable for all ages. Ideal for large groups, a date, or even a “quiet one or two”!


bewleysBewleys Café Theatre

This café theatre is one of the most elegant and intimate spaces in Dublin. While holding a reputation for staging exciting, innovative productions of both classics and new Irish works, the Bewleys Cafe Theatre is a place to go for a sophisticated afternoon tea along with a giggle at comedy acts, or sing along to a cabaret or jazz production.


The-Olympia-TheatreThe Olympia Theatre

Personally The Olympia  is one of my favorite concert halls of all times, it’s mixture of intimacy, beautiful decor and majestic atmosphere, in my eyes epitomizes the hidden gems that can be found around Dublin! A definite must see not only for the class acts but for the beauty of theatre!


Button FactoryThe Button Factory  

Love music, and love to dance? Well the Button Factory in Temple Bar is the place you need to be! It has proven itself as one of the most sought after locations from DJ sets to salsa dancing. A personal favorite and must see!


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