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  1. Paul Brady

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Music lovers of all generations will remember Paul Brady’s legendary month of gigs in Vicar Street, October 2001 and now you can relive it all over again as the iconic performer returns for one-night-only... Read more

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  2. The Kilfenora Céilí Band

    Dublin City, Dublin

    If it’s a big live show you’re looking for, then head over to the National Concert Hall on 16th March. The iconic Kilfenora Céilí Band is sure to impress as the musicians gear up for the 2015 St Patrick's... Read more

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  3. The Barrelman's Feast

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Enjoy a wholly unique Irish experience at the Old Jameson Distillery with The Barrelman's Feast, from April 11th to November 7th. Tickets from €49.50. Read more

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  4. St Patrick's Festival: Festival Céilí

    Dublin City, Dublin

    An Irish festival is not complete without a céilí so make sure you grab your dancing shoes and attend this huge outdoor celebration of traditional Irish dancing on 16th March. Read more

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  5. The Frank Harte Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This traditional singing festival celebrates Frank Harte, his work in collecting traditional song and his huge influence on the unaccompanied singing tradition in Ireland. Dates to be confirmed. Read more

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  6. Lumiere

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Don’t miss Lumiere perform their haunting songs on 28 March at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre. Read more

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  7. The Dublin International Game Music Festival (iDIG Music Fest)

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Hosted by World of Warcraft composer, Eimear Noone, this is a three day celebration of video game music and those who create video game music; featuring seminars, expo, performances, contests, cosplay,... Read more

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  8. Dolores Keane

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Don’t miss this charismatic performer sing favourites like the mesmerising Caledonia as she makes her highly anticipated return this March. Read more

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  9. Mary Black

    Dublin City, Dublin

    To coincide with the release of her autobiography, Down the Crooked Road, one of Ireland’s treasured musicians, Mary Black, will perform in Dublin’s favourite intimate venue, Vicar Street. Read more

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  10. The Fureys

    Dublin City, Dublin

    With the late Pope John Paul on the long list of notable audience members, The Fureys have a plethora of stirring songs which have moved crowds to laughter and tears. Read more

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