Trad Music Sessions in the Best Pubs in Dublin
One of the main reasons why so many visitors love visiting the city of Dublin is the opportunity of enjoying trad Irish music and its amazing ambience, especially in real Irish pubs. Fortunately, the only problem is which place to choose as there are many options available for experiencing trad Irish music. We have visited many traditional Irish music sessions which include some of the best singers. We share with you our Top 3 options that will help you enjoy a lovely evening of trad Irish music sessions in the Dublin city.
Visiting the less visited places is one of the most thrilling things to do in the Dublin city. Check out the Cobblestone pub (located in Smithfield) to experience one of the best trad Irish music nights. This Dublin pub is quite famous among the local people where the visitors enjoy a lot and tap toes with the music beats during the trad night music sessions over there. Cobblestone pub can be reached easily through the Luas red Line (Tram) or by getting down at stop 21A on the City Sightseeing Dublin Tour. This Dublin pub is just 15 minutes’ walk away from the Temple Bar.
The Northside is famous as the heart of Dublin’s personality and certainly the trad music night sessions at The Celt on Talbot Street ought not to be overlooked. This pub is definitely one of the most sought after pub for Dublin people and visitors who are on the lookout for a piece of pure Dublin culture. Take your seats and get absorbed in the atmosphere – the trad Irish music sessions here at ‘The Celt’ start at around 9 pm. It takes you only ten minutes to reach the pub when you walk from the Spire on O’Connell Street that is nearby the Connolly train station.
Temple Bar has flourishing pubs that let you experience amazing trad Irish music sessions. The Dublin Visitor Centre suggests night sessions at Merchant’s Arch Bar & Restaurant. This bar cum restaurant is snuggled beautifully beside the Ha’Penny Bridge on Wellington Quay. Letting you experience dynamic trad music sessions and offering a sumptuous late night menu, this place is surely the best option after spending the day in sightseeing. Located in the heart of Dublin city, this Irish pub can be reached easily by foot. It is less than a 5 minutes’ walk from the O’Connell and also from the Grafton Street.
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