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Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

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  • 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 7:30pmMost Popular
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 3 days ago
Very Enjoyable Even If Suffering from Jet Lag

This was a very worthwhile and enjoyable experience and I highly recommend it. The two musicians were very talented as singers as well as at playing their instruments. They mix in a ton of Irish history and you get to really get to to know...More

1  Thank gloliver3579
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Unfortunately, I'll have to request a refund as the specifics of the meeting location to start the crawl was not very specific. The Temple Bar was all that I read... that is a district and a bar. Apparently the bar wasn't it and all we...More

1  Thank William H
Reviewed 5 days ago
A Quintessential Dublin Experience!

You cannot consider a trip to Dublin complete without listening to traditional Irish music in a pub with a pint in your hand. This was exactly what we were looking for ... and a whole lot more. The two musicians not only played a range...More

1  Thank jennykvb
Reviewed 5 days ago
Don't miss Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

We had a lot of fun learning about Irish music and going to reserved areas of several pubs in the Temple Bar area of Dublin with our group. The two musicians on our tour were the funny and talented Larry and Anthony.

Thank Dana D
Reviewed 5 days ago
A must do!!

This tour was probably my favorite of the entire trip and I strongly believe everyone should do this tour while in Dublin! Andy and Boomer were hysterical and very entertaining. They made it more like an evening hanging out with a large group of friends...More

Thank Paradise818018
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Christine L
23 September 2018|
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Response from b d | Reviewed this property |
If you go directly to their website, you'll see two options - one for the dinner and one not including it. You can use a US credit card, but it will charge Euro's to it, so use one that does not charge a foreign transaction... More
27 August 2018|
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Response from autigergirl | Reviewed this property |
I agree, not far at all. It's a small group so it moves fairly quickly. In our group one host led the group and the other one was at the back to make sure we didn't lose anyone. I would estimate about about 3-4 blocks total.
27 August 2018|
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Response from CanadianMum | Reviewed this property |
We walked about 10 minutes to the first pub and then perhaps 15 (at the most) to the second pub. All on flat ground. The leader takes his time, so no one gets left behind. Walking shouldn't be a deterrent in going.