TradFest

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Online, Tuesday 29th December - Sunday 31st January

TradFest, which is run by the Temple Bar Company, have re-imagined their festival for these new and strange COVID-19 times.

Due to the public health restrictions, the festival will now run from December 2020 until summer 2021. A full programme of events is available on Tradfest.ie.

The first event of Tradfest 2021 ‘Ireland in Music’ will be broadcast on RTE One television on Tuesday, December 29th 2020 at 8pm.

Then from January 27th to 31st, our ‘Tradfest@Home’ Concerts will stream live from Dublin Castle. Tickets for these streamed events will be available from January 6th 2021 and will cost 4.99 Euro / Sterling / USD. These concerts will stream from 8pm GMT across all time zones.

Live Covid Safe Concerts will return in the first six months of 2021.


Date:
Tuesday 29th December - Sunday 31st January
Time:
Varies
Price:
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Address:
Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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