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What makes a busy pub? – The Cobblestone 

What makes a busy pub? – The Cobblestone 

This little tavern, painted in a rustic dark green, stretches across a corner in Smithfield and has become one of the busiest pubs on this side of the Liffey. Every…

BIMM Dublin: Epicentre of new music in the heart of the Liberties

BIMM Dublin: Epicentre of new music in the heart of the Liberties

Coursing through the Liberties is a music culture evident from all corners of the district.   For many years, Dublin’s inner city has been the home, school, and playground for young…

Vicar Street Quarter: Planning permission in place for new music and arts venue

Vicar Street Quarter: Planning permission in place for new music and arts venue

Planning permission has been announced for a new 2000-seater music and arts venue near Thomas Street. Entrepreneur Harry Crosbie unveiled these plans for the new venue to be built beside…

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono made their first Vicar Street appearance earlier this month, and we hope it won’t be the last.  The British duo headlined the iconic Vicar Street on Friday,…

Late night ‘Munya Market’ returned this October after two month break 

Late night ‘Munya Market’ returned this October after two month break 

Munya Market, Dublin’s buzzing late night market returned from its two month break on October 15.  Munya Market hosts a range of young local traders and is a safe space…

The revival of The Wolfe Tones

The revival of The Wolfe Tones

Nothing signifies an Irish night out more than a group of sweaty lads screaming along to Celtic Symphony as their chanting continues to ring in your ear as you gasp…

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

Summer is just around the corner, and for music lovers in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8, there is no shortage of concerts to look forward to. From intimate gigs with…

Liberties producer’s new collaboration goes down A storm

Liberties producer’s new collaboration goes down A storm

Ryan Dwyer and Emily Beattie’s collaboration has seen critical success. Ryan Dwyer, also known as “D*mp”, recently released his new single “Cement” with vocalist and first-time collaborator Emily Beattie. The…

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

The initial line up for Dublin’s longest running music festival, Forbidden Fruit, has been announced. This year’s Forbidden Fruit marks the 11th anniversary of the much loved festival, which takes…

Making a show of the new voices of Ireland

Making a show of the new voices of Ireland

Ireland Music Week (IMW), the annual showcase of Irish talent providing opportunity for home grown musicians to network with international connects, returned on October 4th to 7th. The talented line-up…

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

The first Trinity Ball since 2019 took place on Friday, April 22nd, and was undoubtedly welcomed back by Dublin’s college students. Perceived as one of the biggest private parties in…

Making music less remote

Making music less remote

In exclusive interviews with The Liberty, Aby Coulibaly, KhakiKid and Fatboy explain their experiences when making a breakthrough in the Irish music industry during and after Covid The Irish music…

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