Musical Pub Crawl
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Led by two musicians, experience Dublin’s traditional Irish music scene on this fun and educational tour. You will visit classic pubs and encounter Irish storytelling and music at its best. The tour is best described as a moving concert.
Experience the vibrancy of Dublin’s traditional Irish music scene on this evening pub crawl through Temple Bar and onto the Dublin’s Northside. Accompany two friendly musicians on a fun and educational tour through the hip yet historic district, where you’ll visit classic pubs and bars, and encounter Irish storytelling and music at its best. The tour is best described as a Moving Concert and you are guaranteed seats in all the privately booked bars. Sláinte
What to Expect
There are two shows per night in the summer months.
The Musical Pub Crawl Dinner Show starts at 18.00 with food being served at 19.15. It includes Irish Dancing performances. The Dinner Show is also suited to families who might like to enjoy an evening out to enjoy Irish music and dancing.
The Musical Pub Crawl starts at 19.30 and there is no dinner option.
The tour includes at least two stops at authentic local haunts (see below for list of possible stops). At each establishment you will enjoy private seating, traditional live Irish music and perhaps a drink or two. Benefit from delightful commentary from their experienced guides on the origin and significance of music in Ireland. By the end of the tour you will see why the Irish pub is a rare yet sustaining emblem of Celtic culture. The tour concludes late, but with time to spare for more self-guided pub hopping.
Tour includes at least two of the following Irish bars:
Oliver St. John Gogarty's, The Ha'penny Bridge Inn, Brannigans Bar
While all pubs are within short walking distance, please wear comfortable walking shoes. All pubs in Ireland are non-smoking.
Temple Bar, Dublin
Musical Pub Crawl: 19.30 for show only tour (available all year except December)
Musical Pub Crawl Dinner Show at 18.00 (available May to September)
Extensive commentary offered as to the origin and importance of songs