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    Great live music venues in Ireland

    Rock to rev you up, classical jazz to wind you down, and toe-tapping trad to get you on your feet: music is woven right through Ireland’s DNA!

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    BelfastUlster Hall

    With its ceiling-height organ and quaint history as a dance hall, you might expect Ulster Hall to be somewhat prim and proper. But this historic venue has been the place of pilgrimage for rock fans since the 1960s. U2, The Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, AC/DC and more have all raised the roof of this 19th-century venue. Rock gods Led Zeppelin, who performed Stairway to Heaven for the first time ever, right here on this stage.

    The Dirty Onion

    Famed for being the oldest building in Belfast, The Dirty Onion today houses a classic pub and restaurant, and one of the most popular music venues in the city. Contemporary live acts, traditional musicians, cover bands: every day of the week, something different is on offer. The Dirty Onion also partners with Irish language and cultural organisation, An Droichead, to offer free weekly public lessons on the bodhrán, a traditional Irish goat-skin drum.

    Limelight

    Masters in offering something for everyone, the team at Limelight has crafted a perfectly eclectic balance of musical offerings over the past 40 years. Known for its weekly club nights, it also regularly hosts internationally renowned names, with Oasis, Manic Street Preachers and Anthrax all rocking sell-out shows here over the years. Add to that the occasional bluegrass gig and a host of smaller local acts, and you’ll soon learn there’s something on offer here to suit your every mood!

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