Have a Cracking Good Easter: Check Out Events Happening Over The Easter Break

We have lots of egg-citing events happening over the Easter break. There’s something to suit everyone.




The Vamps

See The Vamps perform hit tracks from their album ‘Meet The Vamps’ including Can We Dance, Wild Heart, Last Night and Somebody To You.

Where: 3Arena, Dublin

When: 28 March

Where: The SSE Arena, Belfast

When: 30 March


The Kilfenora Ceili Band

If you’re looking for a truly Irish experience this Easter don’t miss this energetic show featuring one of the most renowned traditional bands, The Kilfenora Céilí Band, with dancing, singing and witty story-telling.

Where: INEC, Killarney

When: 27 March


Damien Dempsey 1916-2016 Centenary Celebration

For this occasion Damien Dempsey will perform a set of specially chosen songs in tribute to the men and women of the Easter Rising.

Where: Vicar Street, Dublin

When: 27 March


Sunset Sons

Don’t miss Sunset Sons perform songs from their debut album, ‘Very Rarely Say Die’, recorded with Jacquire King (Kings of Leon), Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice) and James Lewis (Arctic Monkeys).

Where: Limelight 2, Belfast

When: 28 March

Where: The Academy, Dublin

When: 29 March



Marc MK Kinchen is a name that has been synonymous with house for the past twenty years, demonstrated by his hits ‘Burning’ and ‘Freakin You’. He took a long break from music and made a comeback in 2012 and his talents are undiminished.

Where: The Limelight, Belfast

When: 28 March


Blood Or Whiskey

Join Blood or Whiskey on Easter Saturday as they celebrate 100 years since the 1916 Rising. They will be joined by Cáit ‘Rocky’ O’Riordan from The Pogues and Trouble Pilgrims.

Where: The Workman’s Club, Dublin

When: 26 March


Disney On Ice

This silver anniversary celebration features The Lion King, Peter Pan & Anna and Elsa from Disney’s Frozen.

Where: The SSE Arena, Belfast

When: 25-27 March

Where: Citywest Hotel, Dublin

When: 1-3 April




Frankie Boyle

Frankie Boyle brings his Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved show to Dublin. He has written this new set not to tour, but as a response to Kendrick Lamar’s last album!

Where: The Olympia Theatre, Dublin

When: 25-27 March


Mario Rosenstock

Mario Rosenstock brings his ‘Mario Rosenstock Live’ Tour to Cork which features brand new characters as well as everyone’s Gift Grub favourites.

Where: Cork Opera House

When: 24-27 March


Ross O’Carroll Kelly: Breaking Dad

After rave reviews Breaking Dad returns to The Gaiety Theatre in March for the final time. Don’t miss your last chance to see this hilarious show.

Where: The Gaiety Theatre

When: 24-26 March




Republic Of Ireland V Switzerland Soccer International Friendly

Where: The Aviva Stadium, Dublin

When: 25 March


GAA Allianz Football League – Dublin V Donegal

Where: Croke Park, Dublin

When: 26 March




Revolution 1916

Celebrate the Centenary by paying a visit to the must see Revolution 1916 The Original & Authentic Exhibition. The exhibition has over 500 artefacts from 1916 on display.

Where: The Ambassador Theatre, Dublin

When: March – September


The Book Of Kells

This exhibition allows the visitor to see this medieval manuscript from the ninth century which illustrates the four gospels in Latin.

Where: Trinity College, Dublin

When: March – December



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Happy Easter!