• Date -
  • Location Iveagh Gardens, Saint Stephen's Green, Park, Dublin 2, Ireland

Live at the Iveagh Gardens 2024

  • Christy Moore
    • 11th July at 20:00
  • Pillow Queen
    • 13th July at 20:00
  • Passenger
    • 14th July at 20:00
11-Jul 20:00 Christy Moore
13-Jul 20:00 Pillow Queens
14-Jul 20:00 Passenger


Christy Moore

One of the most compelling and inspirational musicians Ireland has ever seen, Christy has a universal fan base and still continues to entertain, cementing him as an Irish icon.  It is his deep urge to connect with the listener and to transmit the meaning of the songs he sings that has endeared him to audiences of all ages.  Christy has released 30 solo albums from ‘Paddy on the Road’ (1969) through to   his multi-platinum pair of live albums, ‘On the Road’ and ‘Magic Nights’ (2017 & 2019). Christy’s latest album is ‘Flying Into Mystery’ released 2021 (Hot Press Folk Album of the Year)

Christy Moore in concert at iveagh gardens 11th July

Pillow Queens

Formed in 2016, Pillow Queens–made up of Pamela Connolly (lead vocals, guitar, bass), Sarah Corcoran (vocals, guitar, bass), Cathy McGuiness (vocals, lead guitar) and Rachel Lyons (vocals, drums)–burst onto the scene with their debut demo EP Calm Girls, leading to a string of UK and Irish dates and festival appearances. The release of their follow up EP State of the State prompted Hot Press to write the band is, “currently lauded by any critic worth their salt.” Their debut album In Waiting arrived in 2020 and received praise from The Guardian, who called them “2020’s most exciting indie rockers,”, they received an Irish Album of The Year nomination and made their first U.S. national television appearance remotely on the Late Late Show with James Corden. Taking the world by storm, the band went on to tour North America, UK and Europe, play at SXSW and open for Phoebe Bridgers in Glasgow. Upon the 2022 release of their sophomore album Leave The Light On, Pitchfork wrote, “Pillow Queens make the kind of noise that tends to flourish live, roared back by the faithful: burnished heartland euphoria, defiant lyricism bolstered by ragged harmonies, lashings of pride, and an unabashed love of crescendos”. The band once again received an Irish Album Of The Year nomination. Now, in late 2023, Pillow Queens are ready to return with more, as they only continue to reach new heights. “Suffer,” the anthemic new track by Pillow Queens is out everywhere now.

Pillow Queens in concert at iveagh gardens


A multi-award winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter, although still known for his busking, he made the journey from street corners to stadiums with ‘Let Her Go’, which reached number 1 in 19 countries, has now notched more than six billion streams globally and is the 2nd most Shammed song of all time. Yet ‘Let Her Go’ is just one song from a catalogue that extends across 13 albums in 13 years. The consistency of his output, and his authenticity both on and off stage, has won Passenger a global fanbase and he continues to tour the world headlining some of its most famous stages.

Passenger in concert at iveagh gardens


Transport Options – Getting to and from the Iveagh Gardens 

Iveagh Gardens are located on Clonmel Street, off Harcourt Street in Dublin 2.

Access is by Clonmel Street, Hatch Street, and to the rear of the National Concert Hall on Earlsfort Terrace.

Please note that there is no wheelchair access through the National Concert Hall gate entrance.

Google Map


Most buses serve the city centre, and stop near Iveagh Gardens. Check the Dublin Bus website for up to date schedules. The Luas tram green line also terminates nearby; get out at the stop for ‘St Stephen’s Green’.

From Heuston Station

Red Line Heuston to Abbey Street (city centre) – to transfer to the Green Line – from Marlbrough.

From Dublin city centre:

Green Line

stop Marlborough towards Sandyford / Brides Glen

3 / 4 stops to St Stephen’s Green / Harcourt

6 minutes walk: Iveagh Gardens, Clonmel Street


Green Line: Harcourt towards Parnell / Broombridge

alight at GPO (city centre)

walk from there to Connolly train station, Busarus (Bus Eireann nationwide)  – or
Transfer to Red Line – at Abbey Street – (towards Tallaght) to get to Heuston train Station.

Dublin Bus
to Dublin City Centre from Iveagh Gardens

Buses to / from  Stop 2097, Iveagh Gardens, Crumlin / Stop 2187, Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin:

  • 151 Docklands (East Rd) – Foxborough (Balgaddy Rd)
  • 56A Ringsend Rd – Tallaght
  • 77n D’Olier Street – Citywest
  • 77A Ringsend – Citywest
  • 27 Clare Hall – Jobstown

also : 27, 16, 65b, 122, 68

Use the TFI journey Planner / TFI Live App to plan your route.

Access to the Iveagh Gardens through the National Concert Hall gate entrance.:
Buses to National Concert Hall:

38 38a 39 39a 44 46a

Bus Éireann

Buses nationwide to Dublin city centre.

Use the TFI journey Planner / TFI Live App to plan your route.

Irish Rail provide great links to Dublin city (Connolly and Heuston stations)  from all over the country.

To plan your journey see visit the Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail website for timetables and routes.

If you are travelling from Heuston station, take the Red Line to Abbey Street and change to the Green line from Marlborough to St Stehen’s Green / Harcourt.

From Connolly, walk to Marlborough LUAS stop, take the Green line to Harcourt (4 stops)

Use the TFI journey Planner / TFI Live App to plan your route.

Iveagh Gardens, Saint Stephen's Green, Park, Dublin 2, Ireland