Riverdance – The Gathering wouldn’t be the same without a live show
It’s true: there is a LOT happening during Riverdance – The Gathering. And that’ a good thing. But wouldn’t it be nice to have all of that Riverdance goodness wrapped up nice and tight into one little package? Course it would.
The good news is that for just €35 you can grab yourself the following:
• Access to Riverdance in the Park (A Riverdance festival of dance and music in Merrion Square Park, Dublin – July 20th)
• A front row seat view of Riverdance’s world record attempt: The Longest Line, taking place on July 21 between Samuel Beckett and O’Casey bridges
• A ticket to Riverdance’s special Gathering performance in the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin on July 21.
If you’d like to make a stay of it, Irish Tours have perfect packages for short-breaks or eight-night tours.
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