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a VirtualTourist member from Newcastle upon Tyne asked on Mar 16, 2008

Dingle

Traditional Irish music

Although I've been to Dingle many times, we never stayed overnight there, so I don't know what the music scene is like in the evenings. Any suggestions for first timers? We'd prefer to go to only one place rather than hop around. Thanks very much.



7 Answers


answered on 3/16/08 by
Mary Smith from Leicester

There's a list of pubs with live music here:

homepage.eircom.net/~oac/liv...

What's available will depend on what night you are there, of course.




answered on 3/18/08 by
a VT member from Newcastle upon Tyne

I'm sure this is a helpful tip, but I tried several times and can't open the page. Thank you anyway.




answered on 3/18/08 by
Mary Smith from Leicester

Works fine for me (have just checked). Maybe their server was down when you tried.

Try copying and pasting the link rather than typing it into the address bar.

It is a useful page, so worth trying again.




answered on 3/28/08 by
a VT member from Newcastle upon Tyne

Ok, thanks, we'll check it out.




answered on 8/3/08 by
a VT member

Your trip may have come and gone, but the best music that we've heard in all of Ireland was at Small Bridge:

dingle-region.com/smallbridg...

Enjoy!




answered on 8/3/08 by
a VT member from Newcastle upon Tyne

Yes, we did already go to Ireland, but I;ll keep this as a reference for a future trip. Thanks.




answered on 1/28/10 by
a VT member from New York State

King's Head Pub, a very cool place in my opinion, has Trad every night, if you're into it.





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