Music tours in Ireland
A charming country with a long musical heritage. Jump into Ireland and live ‘in the now’.
Dublin, a lively capital city that’s as intimate as a village and as friendly as your local Irish pub. Dublin is all about the emotion behind the music and the homely feel of this urban hub. And, of course, the people! Dublin has been named Europe's friendliest city twice by TripAdvisor for good reason.
Further south Cork is charming and lively with its well-known markets and busy quay.
In between is stunning wild coastlines, pretty villages filled with living history, rolling countryside and ‘craic’ and music. Ireland is the perfect close to home destination for your concert tour and is sure to give you a wide-smiled and genuine welcome.
Combine your performances in city and village churches, emerald green gardens and parks with visits to fascinating attractions showcasing the country’s history and tradition.
Flights are generally reasonable or the ferry runs regularly from Liverpool so you can leave after breakfast and enjoy the copious Irish fayre for dinner - not forgetting your pint of Guinness!
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Gower Music Tours & Ireland
Concert venues are expertly arranged by our long-standing local agent. We hand-pick specialists and visit the area frequently to ensure a fantastic line-up of concerts for your tour. A local experienced guide accompanies every tour.
Concert performance venues for music tours to Dublin & Ireland
Cathedrals, churches, main squares, park bandstands and shopping centres are all possible in Dublin. Or groups can travel a little outside the capital for more intimate performance opportunities.
This is a fabulous experience for musicians. Groups are welcome from Monday-Saturday for lunchtime recitals and are sometimes invited to participate in Mass on a Sunday. Music choice must be agreed in advance.
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Cathedral of medieval origins in the centre of Dublin
This is a lovely Georgian park in the city centre where performances take place on the bandstand in the summer months. All types of music groups are welcome.
St Stephen’s Green Bandstand, Dublin
Central park bandstand
This parish church welcomes visiting musicians for very successful concerts and a mixture of music is allowed, subject to approval
Church of the Assumption, Howth
Pretty parish church with welcoming congregation
Accommodation options for your music tour of Ireland
Ireland has a whole range of accommodation styles to suit all budgets and ensembles ranging from youth hostels to 4 * hotels. All conveniently located to explore what Ireland has to offer. Both Dublin and Cork offer a variety of accommodation solutions to suit your group’s needs. Contact us for the full range of accommodation options.
This fabulous youth hostel offers groups a selection of shared rooms as well as private rooms with ensuite facilities. It offers free wifi, free breakfast, large common rooms for ‘get togethers’ and a lovely outdoor picnic area. Housed in an old convent school it has retained some of the features like high ceilings and wide hallways. There is an option to be accommodated on half or full board. The food is excellent and plentiful.
A modern youth hostel located within a 5 minute walk of Dublin City centre
With rooms that have beautiful views over the city of Dublin you will not be disappointed!. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and high speed wifi. Groups would be mostly accommodated in twin rooms. The hotel boasts a plentiful breakfast buffet and all types of cuisine for main meals. The hotel can cater for most food allergies and intolerances.
An amazing hotel located to Dublin Airport and the most popular attractions
Excursions and Trips around Dublin & Ireland for touring music groups
History, nature, fantasy and fun are on offer to complete your music tour itinerary. You’ll never be short of interesting and enjoyable things to do in Ireland, whether that’s a relaxing day of wildlife spotting at the award winning zoo or a step back in history at Trinity College.
Dublin’s 13th Century Castle invites you to explore the castle grounds, Chapel Royal, Chester Beatty Library, as well as the Garda and Revenue Museums.
The Dublinia & the Viking World exhibitions is a 5* experience! Gain fascinating insights into the rich history of the medieval past via reconstructions, audio-visual demos, historical artefacts and interactive displays.
Always a great introduction to a city, a boat cruise on the Liffey will take you past the main sights and structures with an interesting commentary
Clearly Dublin’s most famous and visited attraction, the Guinness storehouse and brewery tour does not rest on its laurels but is both informative fun and well worth a visit.
Kilkenny Castle, frequently cited the most beautiful Castle in Ireland is perfectly restored and furnished making it well worth a visit!
Waterford crystal is world-renowned for quality and beauty. Visitors to the Heritage Centre are guided through the factory to see experienced craftsmen at work, creating new crystal pieces.
Let us help plan your perfect concert tour of Dublin & Ireland
We'd be delighted to offer advice, help shape your trip and work with you to create pricing options to meet your budget.
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