Tuesday’s Top 5 Events In Dublin!

With another Halloween in the books you’re probably looking for some other fun filled activities to occupy your time. Well as always here at Babylon Radio, we are happy give you the most accessible events happening every night. Here is the Top 5 Events happening for All Saints Day!

The King Kong Club

Photo Credit - Ferdia Mooney
Photo Credit – Ferdia Mooney

This battle of the bands takes place every Tuesday at no better place but Whelans. Each week around 6-7 bands will have their time to perform 3 songs for a chance to move on to the semi finals. After about 6 months the final bands will have a chance to perform in front of a celebrity panel of judges. To sign up mail them on their website at www.thekingkongclub.com

Location – Whelans

Admission – Free

Time – 20:00

Green Drinks Dublin


The first Tuesday of each month features around 711 cities around the world participate in a event to raise awareness on going green. The monthly event features a talk and this month the speech is being presented by Fergal Ó Cuinneagáin on the endangered bird Corncrake. Come grab a green drink and help raise awareness on the Corncrake.

Location – JW Sweetman

Admission – Free

Time – 19:00

Ukulele Tuesday  


Everybody’s favorite twangy miniature guitar is finally getting the recognition it deserves by being dedicated an entire night at The Stags Head. If you don’t have a ukulele any form of children’s instrument is welcome. If you still don’t have that stop in and grab a pint to sing along.

Location – Stags Head

Admission – Free

Time – 20:00

Dublin Language Exchange


Are you trying to improve your foreign language skills? Every Tuesday night the Czech Inn offers an informal program to come and talk with expats of all walks of life. Dublin Language Exchange is the biggest free language event that Dublin has to offer! Stop in tonight or every Tuesday to help others with foreign language or try to improve your own.

Location – Czech Inn

Admission – Free

Time – 19:00

Blind Boy Paxton


Blind Boy Paxton recreates some of the best music of blues and jazz pre world war two by using instruments such as the banjo, guitar, fiddle, harmonica, piano, accordion, and even add some aspects of percussion. His rich storytelling only adds to the live experience to leave listeners with a sense of nostalgia by the end of the night. He may only be in his early 20s but Blind Boy Paxton will show you he has a deep passion for music.

Location – The Sugar Club

Admission – 12.50 – 15

Time – 20:00

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