This summer Dublin is home to dozens of concerts, gigs and festivals. There are so many, that it’s almost hard to choose. Here’s a selection that are taking place bang in the centre of Dublin that we think you’ll enjoy.
Live at the Iveagh Garden 2018
Set in the city centre, very close to the National Concert hall and St Stephens Green and just across the road from The Dean, you will find hidden gem – Iveagh Gardens. As the gardens are surrounded by buildings of Harcourt Street, the green is not immediately visible, making this park a rare find! It is likely to be quieter than many other parks so it is the perfect destination on a sunny day. It is also perfect destination for a range of gigs taking place this July.
July 5th Alanis Morissette
July 6th Eels
July 7th The The
July 13th Aslan
July 14th Damien Dempsey
July 20th The Academic
July 21st Aslan
The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin 2018
After the success of the first Summer Series at Trinity last year we were delighted to welcome it’s return this July 23rd – 29th.
The series opens on July 23rd with singer, songwriter, supermodel, producer, actress and icon Grace Jones. Joining Grace Jones are three-piece pop sirens Wyvern Lingo.
On July 24th, classical crossover stars Il Divo take to the stage. The Trinity Orchestra are special guests. There will be standing and seated tickets available for this performance. Breakout star Rag’n’Bone Man performs on July 25th. Friday July 27th see one of the most iconic and innovative singers of his era, Bryan Ferry, perform. Gavin James will headline on Saturday July 28th. Closing the series on Sunday July 29th is one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists, Imelda May.
July 23rd Grace Jones w/Wyvern Lingo
July 24th Il Divo w/The Trinity Orchestra
July 25th Rag’n’Bone Man w/Grace Carter
July 27th Bryan Ferry w/Special Guests
July 28th Gavin James w/Little Hours
July 29th Imelda May w/Keywest/Paradisia
All ticket information available from www.ticketmaster.ie