Busker Fleadh Online

Online, Saturday 3rd October - Sunday 4th October

This year we cannot celebrate Busker Fleadh in Smithfield Square, but we will bring it to you wherever you are!

A variety of busking acts from Dublin will perform online on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th October as part of the Busker Fleadh! This free family event will showcase the best of independent music and performance.

The diverse line up of performers will cover a range of genres, ages and cultural backgrounds, allowing audiences to experience the diverse music offered in Ireland.

The Busker Fleadh is brought to you by Dublin City Council to celebrate Dublin street performers and the best live music in town.

Saturday 3rd October - Sunday 4th October




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