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By night Kilkenny comes alive as visitors and locals alike enjoy the city's vibrant cultural and entertainment life. The city offers an eclectic mix of cosmopolitan designer bars, and traditional old style hostelries. What better way to spend an evening than enjoying a meal in one of the many restaurants throughout Kilkenny? Live music and theatre takes place throughout the week, so whether your taste is for dance music, poetry, theatre or rock! - Kilkenny has something to offer you.

Kilkenny’s intimate size and wonderfully atmospheric venue make it a magical location for the many festivals that fill the calendar each year. With music spilling onto the streets and venues within walking distance of each other, the whole city celebrates. For festivals and events, Kilkenny has it all.

Whatever your heart desires, open it to Kilkenny.

E.g., 2017-03-23
Saturday 25th March 2017
Concert: Dicksboro GAA Lip Sync

Saturday 25th March at 8pm

The Hub at Cillin Hill, Dublin Road

Tickets - €25. Have you missed out on tickets to U2, Justin Bieber and Neil Diamond? Not to worry, because we are bringing an ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACULAR to Cillín Hill

Sunday 26th March 2017
Concert: Mike Denver

Sunday 26th March at 8pm

Lyrath Estate Hotel, Dublin Road

Tickets - €34. Mike Denver one of the most popular Country singers in Ireland live at Lyrath Estate for his fast selling hit show on Mother’s Day. Voted NO 1 Entertainer of the Year 2016 and No 1 Album of the Year ( Cut Loose) at the Irish Country Music Awards recently.

Concert: Duo “B!z’art”

Sunday 26th March at 4pm

Castalia Hall, Ballytobin, Callan

Tickets - €15. The Belgian piano duo ‘B!z’art’ - meaning Bizarre - focus on what is unusual and unconventional in music. They perform unique repertoire exploring the various sound worlds and possibilities of the piano duo

Monday 27th March 2017
Opera Theatre Company present "Acis & Galatea"

Monday 27th March at 8pm

Watergate Theatre, Parliment St

Tickets - €30/27. With renowned baroque specialist Peter Whelan as Music Director, Acis and Galatea is accompanied by the dazzling Irish Baroque Orchestra and features tenor Eamonn Mulhall and soprano Susanna Fairbairn as the thwarted lovers with bass baritone Edward Grint as Polyphemus and tenor Andrew Gavin as Damon.

Saturday 1st April 2017
Concert: The High Kings

Saturday 1st April at 7.30pm

The Hub at Cillin Hill, Dublin Road

Tickets - €25. Ireland’s Folk Band of the year, The High Kings, are Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden. Coming from accomplished Musical pedigrees, The High Kings grew up in households soaked in the Irish Musical tradition and each member of the band witnessed first hand the power of well crafted Irish music on an audience.

Concert: Christy Moore

Saturday 1st April at 8pm

Lyrath Estate Hotel, Dublin Road

Tickets - €42. Christy Moore, Irish folk singer, songwriter & guitarist returns to Lyrath Estate on Saturday April 1st 2017.

Thursday 6th April 2017
Concert: Ré (ft. Liam Ó Maonlaí)

Thursday 6th April at 8pm

Set Theatre, John St

Tickets - €18.50. Having recently played a sold out concert as part of NYF Dublin in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Liam Ó Maonlaí and his all-star band take to the road this April with performances lined up in Kilkenny, Dublin, Cork, Leitrim & Waterford.

Saturday 8th April 2017
Concert: Mary Black

Saturday 8th April at 7.30pm

St Canices Cathedral, Coach Road

Tickets - €30. For the last quarter-century, singer Mary Black has been a dominant presence in Irish music, both at home and abroad. At a time when less adventurous performers preferred to stick exclusively to the well-worn ballads from Ireland’s rich music heritage and the more obvious hits from contemporary writers, Mary explored the best work available from new composers and mined the rich seams they offered.

Concert: Little Hours

Saturday 8th April at 8pm

Set Theatre, John St

Tickets - €15. From a remote fishing port in the north west of Ireland comes the wildly talented musical duo Little Hours. 26 year old vocalist / guitarist Ryan McCloskey and 22 year old vocalist / keyboardist John Doherty announce they will return to the live circuit this coming March and April.

Concert: Samantha Crain

Saturday 8th April at 7pm

Cleeres, Parliment St

Tickets - €15.  Samantha Crain will be performing songs from her new album "You Had Me At Goodbye" at Cleeres Theatre in Kilkenny on Saturday 8th April.

Sunday 9th April 2017
Concert: Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir

Sunday 9th April at 4pm

St John's Church, Dublin Road

Tickets - €10. The Kilkenny Lions Club is delighted to be bringing the internationally acclaimed Bryathoniaid Male Voice Choir to St John's Churh on Sunday 9th April for a very worthy fundraiser.

Thursday 13th April 2017
Concert: Alejandro Escovedo

Thursday 13th April at 8pm

Set Theatre, John St

Tickets - €18.50. Renowned songwriter, singer, true believer, Alejandro Escovedo will be touring his recent album "Burn Something Beautiful" with a show at the Set Theatre on Thursday 13th April

Saturday 15th April 2017
Concert: Ryley Walker

Saturday 15th April at 9.30pm

Cleeres, Parliment St

Tickets - €20. Ryley Walker is touring in support of his new album "Golden Sings That Have Been Sung", with a show at Cleeres Theatre on Saturday 15th April.

Thursday 20th April 2017
Concert: Irish Country Stars Concert

Thursday 20th April at 8pm

Watergate Theatre, Parliment St

Tickets - €20. Featuring Declan Nerney, Mick Flavin, Trudi Lalor, Shaun Loughrey, The Benn Sisters and Ryan Turner Band.

Friday 21st April 2017
Concert: Ben Portsmouth - Taking Care of Elvis

Friday 21st April at 8pm.

The Hub at Cillin Hill, Dublin Road

Tickets - €27.50 / 25. Internationally renowned as one, if not The Best Elvis Tribute in the world today, Ben Portsmouth will bring his unique style, charisma and 10 piece band to Kilkenny and will show audiences why he is regarded as the best in the business.

Friday 28th April 2017
Kilkenny Roots Festival 2017

Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May

Venues across Kilkenny City

Audiences wind their way through the medieval streets sampling the huge range of music in the 30 plus venues, hosting over 40 Irish and international acts, with over 90 ticketed and free shows from early afternoon until late into the night.

Saturday 29th April 2017
Kilkenny Roots Festival 2017

Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May

Venues across Kilkenny City

Audiences wind their way through the medieval streets sampling the huge range of music in the 30 plus venues, hosting over 40 Irish and international acts, with over 90 ticketed and free shows from early afternoon until late into the night.

Sunday 30th April 2017
Kilkenny Roots Festival 2017

Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May

Venues across Kilkenny City

Audiences wind their way through the medieval streets sampling the huge range of music in the 30 plus venues, hosting over 40 Irish and international acts, with over 90 ticketed and free shows from early afternoon until late into the night.

Monday 1st May 2017
Kilkenny Roots Festival 2017

Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May

Venues across Kilkenny City

Audiences wind their way through the medieval streets sampling the huge range of music in the 30 plus venues, hosting over 40 Irish and international acts, with over 90 ticketed and free shows from early afternoon until late into the night.

Sunday 7th May 2017
Concert: Aine Cahill

Sunday 7th May at 8pm

Set Theatre, John St

Tickets - €11. Aine Cahill gets her inspiration from contemporary pop music and combines it with classic Jazz from the 1950's to create her own take on music and showcasing her incredible storytelling ability. Very strong melodies mixed with her lyrical content allows the audience to escape into another world.

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