Dublin Event Tickets
The musical city of Dublin
- Country: Ireland
- Population: 1,904,806
- Official Language: English, IrishGaelic
- Nearby Cities: Belfast, Cardiff
If you're in any way musically inclined, Dublin is one of the most amazing cities in the world to visit. It' has spawned many a world-class band, and music pervades the entire place, not least of which are the incredibly talented street buskers that lend such pleasure to a city walk. This capital city of Ireland also has a wide sporting palate, as well as being one of the most attractive cities in the world for its nightclubs, supper clubs and theatres. Ireland is an exceptionally culturally-rich country, and Irish culture simply has to be experienced. Buy or sell Dublin event tickets and you'll find out exactly what we mean. A trip to the Emerald Isle is not likely to be your last.
Dublin, a mix of rugby and underground art
Football fans visiting Dublin are spoilt for choice, with no fewer than five teams representing the city at various levels of competition. The most successful of these is obviously Shamrock FC, so don't overlook their matches when booking Dublin event tickets on StubHub. The city has always fielded an exceptional rugby team, fiercely proud Leinster Rugby. A game against local Irish rivals Munster is something every rugby fan relishes. As we mentioned, the nightlife in this city is quite something, so head off to Temple Bar, the epicentre of the scene. It's also the focus of Dublin's much talked about alternative art scene.
Dublin offers awesome entertainment
Dublin has always been a fixture on the world pop rock touring circuit, so you can be sure of catching someone very famous in concert whenever you visit the city. The really big shows happen at 3Arena Dublin in the Docklands – which isn't anywhere near as iunsalubrious as it sounds. In fact it's become a thriving hub for family entertainment as well. If you find yourself on the other side of the city, check out the RDS Arena when you buy Dublin event tickets. Plenty of high profile artists grace the stage there too. If you're in the mood for a play or musical show, the Abbey Theatre has become an Irish national institution that has staged an astonishing variety of productions inthroughout its history.
Hop across to Wales or Merseyside
Dublin is just across the Irish Sea from Wales, so take a ferry across to the larger island and visit Swansea and Cardiff. A quick check on StubHub will reveal what's on offer there on any given day. It's a great way to juxtapose experiences of two of the oldest cultures in Britain - Gaelic and Celtic. You can also travel north to Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, which will give you an excellent perspective on the two different Irelands. Then finish up your trip in Liverpool, just across the way, so to speak, and take in some Scouse culture to round off your British trip.
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