Dublin boasts the best Irish venues. Whether you’re into comedy, music, or festivals, Dublin is guaranteed to have something suited to your tastes. Our events page is full of inspiration for your next trip to Dublin, with all of the city’s best venues.
The 3 Arena
The 3Arena which was named in 2011 as being the fifth busiest arena in the world. A major venue in Ireland for Musicians to play to their adoring fans with a capacity of up to 14,500 people.
Follow in the footsteps of your heroes and take a look behind the scenes at Aviva Stadium. You will have the opportunity to see all the areas which are crucial to the team on a match day –from a walk down the players’ tunnel to a seat in the team dressing room.
The National Concert Hall is rated by performing artists as one of the finest concert halls in Europe. With weekly performances by resident orchestra, the “RTE” National Symphony Orchestra as well as an array of Irish and International artists and groups.
Marlay Park is a beautiful suburban public park which is about 9 kilometres from the heart of Dublin City. The 121 hectare park lies in Rathfarnham and comprises of fantastic woodlands and many beautiful walks.
The Gaiety Theatre is a theatre on South King Street in Dublin, Ireland, off Grafton Street and close to St. Stephen's Green. It specialises in operatic and musical productions, with occasional dramatic shows.
Whelan’s on Wexford Street Dublin is quite a historical music venue with copious prestigious artists having performed there over the years. Pictures of well-known artists are displayed on the venue’s walls, making it one of the most atmospheric music venues.
The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) is Ireland's new world class purpose-built international conference and event venue. The Convention Centre opened its doors in September 2010 and has since hosted over 1,400 events<./p>