Dublin Quays Festival

This event has ended

Various Locations, Wednesday 4th August - Sunday 29th August

Dublin Quays Festival – a multi venue Music Festival taking place along the banks of Dublin’s River Liffey – are delighted to announce that it takes to the water again with another line up of new, exciting music and top quality established acts. Established in 2017, the Festival has hosted brilliant acts like The Murder Capital and Pillow Queens over its short tenure and thanks to crucial funding from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media we can now continue to showcase some of the best acts that Ireland has to offer.

The Festival will host 16 shows over 16 nights over the month of August and will take place in four great venues – The Workmans Club, The Sound House, Sin É and The Grand Social.


Wednesday 4th August - Sunday 29th August

You might also like...

What's on

TradFest Temple Bar

Various Locations

TradFest Temple Bar is a joyful celebration of Irish identity through music. Each January, it showcases the best of established and emerging musical talent at a landmark festival which is rooted in the historic and atmospheric setting of Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural quarter. Over 50 live music concerts take place in some of the best pubs in Temple Bar, as well as key historical landmarks in Dublin. TradFest is reimagining and redefining Irish music and reaching growing Irish and international audiences at live events and through digital channels. It adopts a fluid approach to programming

What's on

Dublin Lunar New Year 2023: Year of The Rabbit

Various Locations

Dublin Lunar New Year returns for Year of the Rabbit in 2023. Established in 2008, Dublin Lunar New Year (DLNY) celebrates, promotes and deepens the understanding of the East Asian/Irish relationship year-on-year. Dublin Lunar New Year is a Dublin City Council initiative and works closely with the East Asian Community in Ireland to present a diverse and exciting festival. With its renaming in 2021, Dublin Lunar New Year strives to broaden and grow its engagement with all communities that celebrate the Lunar New Year which include China, Vietnam, South Korea, North Korea, Singapore, Thai

What's on

Dublin Pride Night – Tradfest Temple Bar

Button Factory

This year at TradFest Temple Bar we are celebrating our LGBTQ+ trad and folk artists! Dublin Pride are collaborating with the Trad Is Amach queer trad collective to present a concert of LGBTQ+ artists and allies, with performances by Seolta, Amach is Amach, English folk singer Kit Knight, and the Pride Céilí Band. Seolta are an exciting newly-formed girl group from Dublin and Meath, with Ciara-Lee Jenkinson on bodhrán and dance, Claire Sherry on fiddle, banjo and guitar, with traditional and folk singer Caoimhe Hogarty on vocals. Amach is Amach is an innovative trad group with an e