Dublin Music Tour

Private Walking Tour

Duration :

1 Day (3-4 hours)

Type :


Departs From :

Accommodation or City Centre

Notes :

Travel Guide uses professional camera

Can cater for any size group

Lunch not included

  • christy
  • dubliners
  • geldof
  • philo
  • rory
  • u2
  • walloffame
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Description :

Dublin is steeped in musical history that spans generations and encompasses many
genres and styles.

The harp, our national emblem, signifies the importance placed on traditional music, electric guitar and bass perhaps best signify newer eras of Irish music, pioneered by
bands such as Thin Lizzy, U2 & Van Morrison.

Irish music acts as a narrative, and a soundtrack, to the continually changing landscape of
Dublin and Irish life.

Dublin is home to a rich and varied musical history, and one that must be explored to be
truly appreciated.

This tour takes you on a journey of music in Dublin, pinpointing significant events and
milestones, and immersing you in the music synonymous with our culture.

The tour may include :

U2: History & Landmarks

Phil Lynott: History & Statue

Rory Gallagher Tribute & ‘Rory Gallagher Corner, Temple Bar’

The Dubliners: History & Landmarks

Luke Kelly: History & Landmarks

Van Morrison: History & Landmarks

Christy Moore: History & Landmarks

Famous music venues of Dublin

Rebel Songs: A Songbook to Ireland’s road to independence

Musical culture in Dublin – Street performers, Temple Bar Music Centre & ‘Wall of Fame’

Trad’ Session in Dublin pub to end the tour

Your travel guide will be present throughout the entire tour, providing
interesting information and conversation.

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