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All you need to know about the St. Anne’s Park concerts this June

All you need to know about the St. Anne’s Park concerts this June

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This weekend, A series of concerts featuring Nile Rodgers & Chic, Rew!nd Festival, Picture This, Cian Ducrot and The 2 Johnnies playing concerts at St. Anne’s Park, in Clontarf, North Dublin.

Here’s all the info from the organisers MCD thus far.

Who is playing each night?

Saturday June 1st – Picture This, Calum Scott, Amble

Sunday June 2nd – Rew!nd with Heather Smalls, Squeeze, Gabrielle, Something Happens, T’Pau, Jerry Fish and more.

Friday June 7th – Cian Ducrot, Lyra, Kingfisher

Saturday June 8th – The 2 Johnnies, Craig David, 5ive

Sunday June 9th – Tom Jones, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Billy Ocean

What time does the site open?

Gates Open: 5pm, Show start 6pm for all gigs except for Rew!nd where gates are 2pm and first act is 3pm.

NO QUEUING ALLOWED PRIOR TO GATES OPENING. Patrons are advised to allow sufficient time to travel to the event and pass through security checks.

If patrons do turn up early they will be turned away at restricted area points around the event site. Queuing in streets around the park will cause disruption to residents of the area and we appeal to patrons to heed this advice and respect the local community.

What should I wear?

St Anne’s Park is a standing only venue and all gigs take place outdoors on grass. Please check the forecast and dress accordingly for Irish weather – think wellies, boots or runners, layers, raincoats/ponchos and sun cream.

What can I bring in?

Due to health and safety, there are strictly no camping/collapsible chairs/stools permitted on site. Please do not bring these items as security will have to refuse you entry with them.

Patrons are especially advised not to bring large bags/backpacks as they may experience delays or be refused entry. There will be no storage facilities on site. Any items left at entrances/in surrounding areas will be removed and disposed of accordingly. Bags larger than A4, glass or cans, umbrellas, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flares, professional cameras and audio recording equipment will not be permitted.

Please see full details of prohibited items here:

  • Show your ticket at the ticket check midway down the main avenue for inspection.
  • Strict security checks will be in operation. Everyone will be subject to a search permissible under law, per Purchase Policy. It is a condition of entry, to protect everyone’s safety. Additional searches may take place once inside the venue.
  • Obey the stewards and Gardaiì and instructions given over the public address for your own safety.

What is the site layout?

There will be two routes of entry – the BLUE and GREEN route. You may enter through whichever of these is most convenient for you. Please note: both routes require an approximate 1.3km walk from park entrance to concert arena.

TransportHow to get there?

Plan and book your return travel arrangements in advance allowing at least an extra 2 hours travel time to and from the venue. As traffic and parking delays are inevitable you are encouraged to walk, cycle, use public transport and private coach services. Promoters do not operate transport to/from venue this is matter for customers to arrange in advance.

See Also

  • By DART: The DART will run services to and from the concerts each day. Please alight at HARMONSTOWN DART station. Visit
  • By BUS: Dublin Bus run services that will bring you within walking distance of the concert site.

Bus routes from Abbey St Lower include 6, H1, H2, H3 or 130. Visit

There is no public parking at this event – the car parks in St Anne’s are not open to the public during events. Please do NOT park illegally. Towing and clamping in operation. Customers are advised to use public transport to access the park.


  • GREEN ENTRANCE: Sybil Hill onto main avenue.
  • BLUE ENTRANCE: All Saints Road, via Tennis court entry.


Where is the box office for tickets / guestlist?

There will be one box office/guest list point, located on the main avenue in St Anne’s Park, ahead of the ticket check point. This will be adjacent to where the GREEN and BLUE routes meet – please see map. Please download your tickets to your phone ahead of the event – don’t wait until the day.

What’s the age policy?

Under 16’s MUST be accompanied at all times by a Parent/Guardian over 25, who takes full responsibility and remains with them throughout the event. Strict age monitoring will be in place. Unaccompanied under 16’s will be refused entry without refund. Recommended: no under 5s (The 2 Johnnies 14+). All attendees must have a ticket.


We cannot amend or move any ticket bookings, but if you are attending
on general admission tickets and would benefit from an accessible accommodation, you can request this here: Please note, all forms close 7 days out from event date. Accessible ticketholders do not need to contact us. They will be contacted directly regarding accessible parking/ drop-off options. All accessible parking must be arranged in advance.

St. Anne’s Park is a residential area, we would appeal to all concert goers to respect the local community by not littering, not engaging in anti-social behaviour and by not parking illegally. Please respect our neighbours. Thank you for your support and enjoy the concert.

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