Top 10 best concerts in Ireland this winter

Don’t dread the dark night and cold chills, for we have you covered with the best concerts in Ireland this winter that you cannot miss.

With the winter now truly upon us, the dark nights filling the empty sky quicker and the freezing chill growing bolder each day, it can be easy to wail in despair at the turn of the seasons.

However, not on the Emerald Isle, for Ireland has amassed some incredible local, national, and worldwide talent to ensure this winter season isn’t one to forget.

And, with the return of the music scene following a near two-year lull due to the coronavirus, it would be remiss of us to ignore the incredible talent on show this year.

Read on to discover the top ten best concerts in Ireland this winter.

10. Damien Dempsey, Dublin – hometown concert

Damien Dempsey is sure to be an unforgettable night.
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The first addition to our list of the best concerts in Ireland this winter is Dublin man Damien Dempsey, who is sure to put on a show in his hometown of Dublin in the iconic Vicar Street venue.

AddressVicar Street, 58-59 Thomas St, Dublin 8

When: 19-20 and 22-23 December 2021

Ticket prices: €32.50 / £27

More info: HERE

9. Ryan McMullan, Galway – head out west

Ryan McMullan is one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.
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County Down man Ryan McMullan has risen to stardom across the Emerald Isle over the past couple of years, and he heads west this winter to Galway city.

This is one not to miss and is very reasonably priced.

Address: Róisín Dubh, 9 Dominick St Upper, Galway

When: 6 November 2021

Ticket prices: €21 / £17

More info: HERE

8. Steps, Belfast – What The Future Holds

Steps is sure to bring a night of nostalgia.
Credit: Facebook / Steps

90s legends Steps are coming to Belfast’s SSE Arena this November with their ‘What The Future Holds Tour’.

A night of nostalgia is on the way at one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.

Address2 Queens Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ

When: 15 November 2021

Ticket prices: £44 / €52

More info: HERE

7. Pa Sheehy, Killarney – walking on cars to walking alone

Pa Sheehy is one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.
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Formerly the frontman of successful Irish band Walking on Cars, Pa Sheehy has now gone solo. He has become an instant hit with ‘Roisin’ and ‘If I Saw You at a Funeral’.

The Kerryman will take the stage in Killarney this December.

AddressGleneagle INEC Arena, Muckross Rd, Poulnamuck, Killarney

When: 11 December 2021

Ticket prices: €27.90 / £23.50

More info: HERE

6. JLS, Dublin – back bigger than ever

JLS is coming to Dublin this November.
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Former worldwide sensation JLS are back and will soon entertain the Liffey in Dublin’s 3 Arena.

Tickets are only 39 euro (33 pounds), but we advise you get on them quick.

Address3 Arena, N Wall Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland

When: 15 November 2021

Ticket prices: €39.20 / £33

More info: HERE

5. Hermitage Green, Dublin – the Limerick lads

Hermitage Green is one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.
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One of the best concerts in Ireland this winter is Limerick group Hermitage Green.

The lads from Limerick have gone two years without a show and will be itching to perform their new album for you.

AddressVicar Street, 58-59 Thomas St, Dublin 8

When: 6 November 2021

Ticket prices: €35 / £29

More info: HERE

4. Kodaline, Belfast – one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter

Kodaline is coming to Belfast this November.
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One of Ireland’s most successful and popular bands, Kodaline, is coming to Belfast this winter for a unique acoustic show in the awe-inspiring Waterfront Hall.

They will be showing off their new ‘One Day at a Time’ Deluxe album.

AddressWaterfront Hall, 2 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3WH

When: 18 November 2021

Ticket prices: £32.75 / €38

More info: HERE

3. The Coronas, Belfast – no Christmas without the Coronas

The Coronas is one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.
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The Coronas are back to the Ulster Hall, and it hasn’t been Christmas without them the past two years.

The Dublin lads always put on a show in the city, and this is teed up to be the best yet.

AddressUlster Hall, 34 Bedford St, Belfast BT2 7FF

When: 9 December 2021

Ticket prices: £36.75 / €43

More info: HERE

2. Christy Moore, Dublin – the legend returns

Christy Moore returns to Dublin this November.
Credit: Facebook / Christy Moore

The build-up to Christmas is made even better this year as folk music legend Christy Moore returns to the capital.

Moore has released new music, so jump on this fast to secure your spot.

AddressVicar Street, 58-59 Thomas St, Dublin 8

When: 24 November 2021

Ticket prices: €43.50 / £37

More info: HERE

1. NYF Countdown Concert, Dublin – start the New Year off right

NYF Countdown Concert is one of the best concerts in Ireland this winter.
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And the winner of the best concerts in Ireland this winter is the NYF Countdown Concert, to be held in the historic Dublin Castle and headlined by the electrifying Picture This.

Start your New Year right with this one.

AddressDublin Castle, Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland

When: 31 December 2021

Ticket prices: On sale 29 October 2021

More info: HERE

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