The tour takes you through Temple Bar, famous for its lively nightlife. The fun starts at Oliver St John Gogarty’s bar, where the live traditional music and rollicking atmosphere set the tone for the night! Here you’ll get your first taste of the importance of music in Irish culture.
During the evening, you’ll meander down Dublin’s narrow, cobbled streets, marveling at the medieval street pattern. As you go from pub to pub, you’ll learn more about the origins of Ireland’s melodious traditional music. You’re sure to find yourself tapping your feet, clapping and singing along! Click here to download the tour route map
01 Apr – 31 Oct: Daily
01 Nov – 31 Mar: Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays
2 hours 30 minutesStart time
Please make your way to Oliver St John Gogarty’s (upstairs), Fleet Street, Temple Bar.
Please reach the meeting point 15 minutes earlier for pre departure briefing.
The tour ends at one of the pubs in Temple Bar and you will need to make your own way home.
The rollicking Dublin Musical Pub Crawl gets underway at 7:30pm when you meet your guides upstairs at Oliver St John Gogarty’s, Fleet Street, in Temple Bar. For 2½ hours, you’ll discover Dublin’s traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music.
The tour is led by two talented professional musicians, who will happily explain Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music. Through their entertaining and expert commentary, you’ll learn the origin and importance of songs in traditional Irish culture.
The lively pub crawl takes you around some of the most famous pubs and bars of Dublin’s Temple Bar area. It concludes at around 10:00pm and you will need to make your own arrangements for getting back to your accommodation.
Was a lovely evening of private musical concert and history. Not really a pub crawl - much better!...Carol Crago, United States, 15/May/2018
...Kim Jansson, Finland, 20/Sep/2017
Really enjoyable evening would definately recommend it...Mrs c m mitchell, United Kingdom, 16/May/2016
Great musical evening!!!!
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