Dates: 14 Apr - 14 Apr

Tickets: €15

Temple Bar Trad is Dublin’s premier celebration of traditional Irish music & culture.

It features performances from some of Ireland’s most talented traditional musicians with events running throughout the weekend.

Project Arts Centre will be the hub of the festival, hosting live music, a photographic exhibition and the nightly festival club in the bar upstairs.

For full details: www.templebartrad.com

Showcase Concert – Steve Larkin & Johnny B Connolly; Danny Diamond & Jonas Fromseier

6.30PM, 25 JAN ~ Tickets €15

Peter Horan, Gerry Harrington & Ollie Ross, Seán & Seán Óg Potts, Edel Fox & Ronan Flaherty

8PM, 25 JAN ~ Tickets €21

Showcase Concert – Seán McKeon & Liam O’Connor; Christina Pierse

6.30PM, 26 JAN ~ Tickets €15

Ronan Browne & Peter O’Loughlin, Cathal McConnell, Kevin Glackin

8PM, 26 JAN ~ Tickets €21

Showcase Concert – Michelle O’Brien & Siobhán Peoples ; Caoimhe Hogarty & friends

6.30PM, 27 JAN ~ Tickets €15

Martin Quinn & Angelina Carberry ; Mícheál Ó Raghallaigh ; John & Pip Murphy

8PM, 27 JAN ~ Tickets €21

Showcase Concert – Mikie Smyth ; Conor McEvoy

4.30PM, 28 JAN ~ Tickets €15

Mick Hanly

7PM, 28 JAN ~ Tickets €15

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