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Join us for a magical day-to-night urban Festival for all, in the heart of Dublin, at Festival Quarter at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks in Dublin 7 from March 16th – 17th.

Festival Quarter will be a bustling hub for locals and visitors alike!

National Museum of Ireland
Collins Barracks
Dublin 7
D07 XKV4

*Please note - Entry through Benburb street only.

Just a short walk from the city centre, easily accessible by Luas and bus, and adjacent to Heuston Station, Festival Quarter will be a bustling hub for locals and visitors alike, from March 16th to 17th.

There is a whole host of St. Patrick's Festival events taking place at St. Patrick’s Festival Quarter at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.

The grounds of the stunning, historic heritage site will be transformed into a magical day-to-night urban Festival for all, in the heart of Dublin, featuring many great venues including a 3,000 capacity covered Main Stage, a number of more intimate, unique performance spaces, relaxation areas and a dedicated Irish Food and Craft Village.

Festival Quarter will be a bustling hub for locals and visitors alike!

See all Festival Quarter events.

All daytime events will be free of charge, along with the full day and night programme on St. Patrick’s Day. No ticket is required and entry is on a first come, first served basis, subject to capacity. The only ticketed event is Mother Presents Cultúr Club on Saturday 16th of March.

Saturday 16th March
Festival Quarter will be free to access and open to all ages from 12pm - 5pm.
The evening programme on the 16th of March, Mother Presents Cultúr Club, is 18+ and requires a pre-purchased ticket that will be valid for the full evening’s programme.

Sunday 17th March
Festival Quarter will be free to access and open to all ages from 12pm - 10:30pm.