New Year’s Festival Dublin has been announced for its return to the city this New Year’s Eve.
Across four days, the city will host a programme of music and events in three events.
The National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks, Dublin Castle and Meeting House Square are hosting concerts from 29th December 2023 to 1 January 2024, which include performances from Moncrief, Block Rockin’ Beats, Lea Heart, Jerry Fish, Dublin Gospel Choir, Myles O’Reilly and Ronan O’Snodaigh, Ryan Mack, Jen Payne, R.S.A.G., Hamsandwich, Chubby Cat, Dani Larkin, Lucy Gaffney, Niamh Bury and more.
Details and posters:
Saturday, December 30th
On December 30th at the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks – with live performances across 3 stages from headliner Dec Pierce’s Block Rockin Beats with special guests Chasing Abbey, Ryan Mack, Jen Payne, HamsandwicH, R.S.A.G, Sinead White, Chubby Cat and DJs Emma Power, Shelly Gray & Fergal D’Arcy. Tickets from €29.90 including booking fee on sale this Thursday October 26th. Over 18s event.
Sunday, December 31st
Rising Irish artists Moncrieff, Lea Heart and Lucy Gaffney have been announced for the Midnight Moment Matinee on December 31st in Dublin Castle. Share a magical moment on New Year’s Eve together with family and friends at the very special earlier countdown event for all ages. Children will be enchanted as they ring in the new year in the stunning surroundings of Dublin Castle with some of Ireland’s best musicians. Tickets on sale this Thursday October 26th at 9am priced €22.90 including booking fee for a family of up to 2 adults and 2 children with €7.90 for additional / individual matinee tickets. Maximum 4 people with minimum 1 parent/guardian.
Monday, January 1st
After welcoming in the New Year, make it a full day of celebrations with family and friends and hop between concerts across two venues Dublin Castle and Meeting House Square. Join the festivities at New Year’s Day Concert in Dublin Castle with live performances from Jerry Fish, Dublin Gospel Choir, Code Of Behaviour & The New Brass Kings. Experience some of Ireland’s best traditional and folk musicians in Meeting House Square at the New Year’s Day Concert on 1 January 2024 with performances from Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Myles O’Reilly, Dani Larkin, Niamh Bury and Sola. Both of these events are free, non-ticketed family friendly events.
More events to be announced soon
Visit http://www.nyfdublin.com/ for more.
New Year’s Festival Dublin is a Fáilte Ireland initiative, produced and promoted by MCD Productions, in association with the Office of Public Works.