Babylon’s April event at The Cobblestone

The pandemic has limited the way we work at Babylon. Connecting people from all over the world? Have conversations with strangers, spend funny evenings together and become friends afterwards?  None of that has been possible for the last two years. It also means that many immigrants who came to Ireland to study or work had struggled meeting new people.

With our monthly events we succeeded in doing just that: Bringing people together to share their culture and connect to each other. Covid stopped us from doing this. 

But now we are happy to announce that we are back! 21 April will be an unforgettable evening with good music in a top location. Our multicultural bands and singers guarantee great music and entertainment. We will share all types of music and celebrate the different nationalities living in Dublin and the rest of Ireland.

The Cobblestone
The Cobblestone in Smithfield

You are very welcome to join us at 7:30pm at The Cobblestone in Smithfield. The pub’s slogan “A drinking pub with a music problem” promises a lot of fun and with the music that will be played that evening, we will reinforce this theme. 

It is important for us, as our philosophy says, to connect cultures through music. Because of that, our artists bring their own cultural influence into their style of music.

Enjoy our April Event with multicultural artists

There is Aron D, a young Hungarian, who has been living in Ireland for a few years. My colleague Ross interviewed him about his visions and why he decided to focus on singing and songwriting.

You will also experience half Spanish, half Jordanian singer Nabil Gonzalez. He lived in Germany for a few years as well and released a song with the German title “Herzstück” (piece of heart), so his music is definetly multicultural. 

To represent Ireland, we warmly welcome ELLY D. The singer comes with her guitar and provides us with fantastic songs that she released last summer. 

Last but not least The Tolka Hot Club will bring the stage on fire. Their music has a Gypsy jazz style and comes along with Balkan, Latin and Turkish tunes. 

Make sure you get your tickets for our April event here

We are really looking forward to chatting to you at The Cobblestone. 

Julia Hansjurgen
Julia Hansjurgen

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