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Busker Fleadh 2018

Smithfield Square, Sunday 7th October 2018

Join in the celebration of live performance as the best of independent music is brought together in a lively atmosphere at the Busker Fleadh, taking place in Smithfield Square on Sunday 7th October. Brought to you by Dublin City Council, this FREE family-friendly event will showcase some of the most thrilling musical talent and street performance Ireland has to offer.

Everyone is invited to share in the experience as Smithfield Square is filled with the music of Ireland’s supreme Buskers, coming together to provide a diverse and multi-cultural programme of street performance and music. Open to all, there are delights for everyone as a variety of street performers, such as rock bands, singers, choirs and rap artists and much more take over this central venue!

Visitors can discover their new favourite performers and watch as one act is chosen as the winner of The Dublin Busker Fleadh! The winning act will have the chance to perform live in Whelan’s and will receive a free recording session (valued at €1,000) in Windmill Lane Recording Studios, with a professional sound engineer and digital copy of their recordings.

Inspiring musicians and buskers are welcomed to apply online to take part in the Busker Fleadh, at www.buskerfleadh.ie.

Whether you’re a fan of rock, folk or hip hop, there’ll be something for everyone to enjoy at the Busker Fleadh – 12 noon to 5pm, Sunday 7th October, in Smithfield Square, Dublin 7!

The Busker Fleadh is brought to you by Dublin City Council.


Date:
Sunday 7th October 2018
Time:
12pm
Price:
Free
Address:
Smithfield Square, Ireland

Google Map of Smithfield Square, Ireland

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