The Festival Hub at Merchant’s Arch
The Merchant’s Arch is Dublin’s newest old pub, situated between the Quays and Temple Bar it boasts one of Dublin’s best pint of Guinness, friendly courteous staff and an Irish style menu to rival any of mothers home cooking.
The Actual bar is called Brewery Lane and it’s specialized in Irish craft beers and Whiskeys.
The Merchant’s Arch will be our festival hub and will host the event ‘Open Mic / Live at the Hub’ the Singers Club with Sean O’Se and RTE’s Céilí House.
‘Open Mic / Live at the Hub’
Calling all up and coming TRAD BANDS!
Sign up for a night to perform for international music promoters and festival programmers from across the US & Europe, don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your musical talents. Limited availability of time slots, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please send a video of one of your performances with the application form.
22-24 January 22:30-late
Telephone: 01 703 0709
Venue: Brewery Lane (Upstairs at Merchant’s Arch)
Singers Club with Sean O’Se
Sean O’Se is well known as a singer of Irish songs. His fine tenor voice is frequently heard on radio and he is regularly featured on television. Sean is best known for his Evergreen hit recording of “An Poc Ar Buile” with Sean O Riada.
On Saturday 26th of January from 21:00 – 22:00, RTÉ Radio One’s popular traditional music programme Céilí House will broadcast live from The Merchant’s Arch Pub and Restaurant from the heart of the Temple Bar TradFest. Presenter Kieran Hanrahan will introduce some of the headlining acts and we’ll hear about how the festival is going so far.