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Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

  • Get private seating at some of Dublin's most packed pubs
  • Explore Temple Bar with guides: It's easy to get lost in this busy area
  • Find the best places to hear Irish music with your musician guides
Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl
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Musical Pub Crawl 7:30pm
This package includes the show only. Tour starts at 7.30pm.
Pub Crawl with Dinner Show 6pm
Tour starts at 6pm. Dinner will be served at 19.15 in Flanagan’s, O’Connell St. Dinner is a 3-course set menu with Tea, Coffee and guests can choose from the menu on the night.
This tour doesn’t offer free drinks, but what it does offer is private seating at all of the Temple Bar pubs visited during the night (seats and even standing space can be hard to come by in the area), and of course, a fun time. Led by two Dublin musicians, this tour also provides a rundown of the importance of music in Irish culture, with live performances at each stop.
What to Expect
Meet your guides, two local musicians, in Temple Bar before your tour. If you’ve chosen to upgrade to include dinner at Flanagan’s, walk over to O’Connell Street with your guides to enjoy your fixed 3-course meal.

Either way, the true night starts around 7:30pm—after the upgraders finish their dinner. Head out to one of Dublin’s most popular nightlife areas, Temple Bar, and pop into pubs to taste local drinks and learn about music in Irish culture.

Get special seating at all venues you stop at, and even listen to artists from the Dublin area perform live. You buy your own drinks during this tour (own expense), but you can ask your guides, or the bartenders, for traditional Irish recommendations.

This tour takes you to pubs within walking distance of one another, but your guides know their way, so you never have to worry about getting lost or having to ask for directions.

Your tour ends in Temple Bar.
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Traditional Irish Music in Dublin pubs.

Excellent selection of music with audience participation. Visited 3 mostly old-style pubs, all walking distance. Beer not included - best to buy beer from the bar as soon as you arrive at each pub. The group was a bit too large to have everyone served...More

1  Thank WLC14
Reviewed 1 week ago
good time with the musicians

We had a great time with the musicians. We heard a lot of traditional music and learned a lot about the culture along with the role music played to preserve the history of the Irish people

1  Thank Alicia R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Not a pub crawl

First let me say our singing guides and tour leader (Irish Dancer) were fantastic. We did the crawl with dinner. The food was great as was the service. The negatives: you really only go to two pubs for about 30 minutes. The other stop is...More

2  Thank Shawn L
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great ending to our trip to Ireland

Typically, I plan everyday, every minute for our trips, but decided to leave some time open. I ran across this music pub crawl and luckily there was an opening for the two of us. We met at the first pub, where you can order a...More

1  Thank autigergirl
Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome Fun!

We were taken on the Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl by Andy and Anthony, two delightful gentleman who were not only knowledgeable about their music, but were also funny and had us laughing the entire night! I enjoyed learning about the history of the music...More

Thank WendyHoltz
markmusicalpubcrawl, Owner at Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Wendy, where do we begin, what a wonderful review. Thank you so much for taking the time to write it. I will be sure to pass on your lovely comments to Anthony and Andy. We do take great pride in our heritage and are delighted...More

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Thomas M
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Response from Geoff H | Reviewed this property |
You will be fine with a 17yr old- no problems!
Ashley S
5 July 2018|
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Response from Geoff H | Reviewed this property |
You'll be fine solo. Very informal and friendly. Would recommend
27 June 2018|
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Response from Annie L | Reviewed this property |
Not sure-best contact the company direct. There were certainly older teenagers with their mum.