Top 5 Dublin events: March 1

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The following top 5 Dublin events are waiting for you on March 1.

The National Concert Hall is busy all Sunday long as the festival New Music Dublin comes to its finish. However, you can also choose a football derby in Spain, Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, or skanking in the Foggy Dew in the evening.

festival: NEW MUSIC DUBLIN  

This four-days festival described as a “myriad of creative musical endeavours” is coming to its end on March 1. Pick one of the festival events (free or €) below and enjoy the spectrum of new music from Ireland and abroad.

Events on March 1:

We Are the Music Makers! – 12:00

Free State #12 – 13:30

Xenia Pestova Bennett – Atomic Legacies – 15:00 (in the picture abov)

Contemporary Music Centre’s new music podcast “amplify” – 16:00

I will sing away the despair of the old universe – 18:00

RTE Concert Orchestra & Bang on a Can – 20:00  

Venue: National Concert Hall, Pepper Canister Church

Time: different hours

Admission: €5-€10. Atomic Legacies is free but ticketed.

 

party: THE BIONIC RATS AT THE SUNDAY SKANK   

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Dublin-based band The Bionic Rats describes itself as influenced by Reggae and Ska music genres. Del Bionic will take over decks after the band’s gig.

Venue: The Foggy Dew

Time: 20:00

Admission: free

 sport: REAL MADRID – FC BARCELONA

Two football rivals from Spain, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, will play against each other on Sunday. Come and join other football fans in supporting their favourite team.

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Venue: The Camden

Time: 19:30

Admission: free

 food: BELGIAN FRIES IN HERBERT PARK FOOD MARKET

Have you not tasted actual Belgian fries yet? It is the right time for food porn. Get to the Herbert Park Market and become Belgian thanks to the delicious fries by Ambiorikx Belgian Fries.

Venue: Herbert Park Market

Time: 11:00 – 16:00

Admission: free

 tour: DUBLIN LITERARY PUB CRAWL

The actor kicks off the tour with a song – Waxie’s Dargle – taking people to the Duke pub and other pubs in the vicinity of Trinity College. The actor also quotes from Joyce, Beckett, and others. Come and have some craic!

Venue: Dublin pubs

Time: 17:00

Admission: €16. Buy a ticket here.

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