Red Hot Chili Peppers in Dublin

Red Hot Chili Peppers in Dublin

Concert Goers Discount for Chili Pepper’s fans! Are you up in Dublin for the Chili Peppers rescheduled gig? Are you looking to kill some time? Are you interested in Rock Music and it’s History? Then pop into the Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience and avail of our 20% Concertgoers discount. In the interest of , we’re offering a 20% discount for all concertgoers!  All you have to do is present your ticket at reception, tell us all about the gig (if you want to) and boom 20% off! It’s as easy as that! You can book online or at reception, which ever you prefer. Our current tour times are: 11:30, 12:15, 13:00, 13:45, 14:30, 15:15, 16:00, 16:45 & 17:30 And you can even come tell us about how the below meme makes you feel. Are you a @chilipeppers fan in Dublin looking for something to do before or after the gig tonight or tomorrow? Pop into us and go on a #RockNRoll Tour of Irish Music History! #Meme A post shared by Irish Rock Museum (@irishrockmuseum) on Sep 20, 2017 at 6:28am PDT Book Your Guided Tour...
New Phil Lynott Memorabilia donated in time for Phil’s 68th Birthday

New Phil Lynott Memorabilia donated in time for Phil’s 68th Birthday

New Thin Lizzy Memorabilia for the Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum Experience We here at the Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum had a lovely visit to Philomena Lynott’s House earlier this month when she donated some new Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy Memorabilia to the Museum. We’re delighted to get this memorabilia just in time for the Bash For Philo Weekend and the 68th Anniversary of his birthday. This weekend is the first weekend that we have this bad boy on display. New to the Museum this weekend! This guitar and case were used by Phil Lynott in his work post Thin Lizzy. Blog and video to follow! A post shared by Irish Rock Museum (@irishrockmuseum) on Aug 18, 2017 at 5:49am PDT We also managed to get 2 double passes to the Guest list of Bash For Philo on this weekend in the Button Factory to celebrate his Birthday!  We’ll pick a winner at random from our tour tomorrow! We can also offer a massive 30% off Bash For Philo for all visitors to the Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience over the weekend. Just ask at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Reception and we’ll look after you! Book Your Guided Tour...
The Most Rocking Weekend of the Year

The Most Rocking Weekend of the Year

The Rock N Roll Weekend 2017. The rock n roll weekend of 2017 is upon us and we’ve lots to celebrate this weekend! Have a look at all the Rock N Roll events, news and fun rolling across the city this weekend! 5. The Rock N Roll Marathon All around the world people are running to Rock N Roll and Ireland is no different. The Rock n Roll Marathon is taking place this weekend. We’ll be running it and we’re offering 20% off to all participants and you get free in if you bring four people. Check out the video  below about why running rocks! 4. The Rock N Roll Festival The Rock N Roll Festival is on in Dame District and we’ll be extending our Rock N Roll Discount to visitors to this festival.  It’s a free festival to celebrate all things rockabilly and it’s a great thing for charity. Alway worth a visit! 3.Eric Bell of Thin Lizzy has finished recording his new album “Standing at a Bus Stop” Eric Bell, of Thin Lizzy fame, is releasing his new album where you can preorder CD or Vinyl here now on. Click the album work below to go through to order! [Album cover work: Eric Bell on Alderley Edge - Album cover artwork Source: http://www.oftheedgeproductions.com/]   2. The Temple Bar Summer Family Fun Day The Temple Bar Summer Family Fun Day is on the 12th, 19th and 26th August in Crampton Court Dublin 2 and the first event is this Saturday. With animal and kid friendly events on this will be a free event to celebrate Temple Bar....
Giving back to the Front Lines

Giving back to the Front Lines

Frontline Special: Free in for members of the Fire Brigade to the Irish Rock N Roll Museum for the Month of August Rockers in the Fire Brigade rejoice!  The Irish Rock ‘N Roll Museum Experience is giving you a little special! We’re letting all those in the Fire Brigade in free for the Month of August. You must show your Identity Card at the time of booking your tour. Tours are limited to 12 per tour, if they’re full they’re full. You’re onto the next one. You must attend with a paying visitor. If you bring your family they get 10% off. You must book your tour with us in advance. The tour is guided. Bonus brownie points when you review us on Trip Advisor. Visitors MUST rock out. Don’t know us? Have a look at our video below, or you can find us on Facebook, Twitter (IrishRockMuseum) or bopping around temple bar. A post shared by Irish Rock Museum (@irishrockmuseum) on May 5, 2016 at 5:18am PDT Book Your Guided Tour...
The International Day of Rock N Roll is because of the Irish!

The International Day of Rock N Roll is because of the Irish!

Did you know that the Irish can claim the International Day of Rock ‘N’ Roll? Today, the 13th of July marks the celebration of the International Day of Rock ‘N’ Roll. It’s a day to celebrate the best music and the Rock ‘N’ Roll lifestyle. Rock music originated in America in the 1950s, and has shaped every generation since. However, some of you youngsters may not know but the international Day of Rock ‘N’ Roll originated to celebrate the memory of July 13th 1985, the day the Rock Giants raised their instruments and £30milllion for charity. Live Aid was organized by Ireland’s very own Bob Geldof with guest performances by rock giants like The Who, Status Quo, Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Madonna, Queen, David Bowie, BB King, Mick Jagger, Sting, Scorpions, U2, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton and Black Sabbath. The event planned to raise €10million and tripled that showing the real power of music. Today is a special day for rockers around the world, but the Irish get to celebrate it in a special way as it’s named after an initiative driven by Irish Rock N Rollers. That’s ours and even if Live Aid was in Wembley that day would not have happened without Bob and the Boomtown Rats. So what should you do to celebrate? Watch this video. We’d say it’s experiencing a surge of views today. Spotify is also celebrating the day of rock! Go listen to our latest playlists here Would you like to know more about Irish Music and it’s colourful history? Then we suggest you visit Dave Fanning’s Story of Irish Rock Music...
A U2 Weekend to Remember

A U2 Weekend to Remember

    U2 fans worldwide are descending on Croke Park over the weekend of July 22nd. We can almost hear the choruses of “With or Without you” echoing across the city. Want to make the most of the weekend? The Button Factory is hosting U2 Cover Band Zooropa on Friday the 21st! On top of that we here at The Irish Rock N Roll Museum are offering 20% off to U2 and Zooropa fans on our tours all weekend. The Irish Rock N Roll Museum is a guided tour starting off in The Button Factory and offers visitors a chance to tour a live venue, a recording studios, with a U2 Room, Thin Lizzy memorabilia, U2 Waxworks donated by our sister museum The National Wax Museum Plus and the chance to take to the stage yourself. This is a must do for U2 Fans visiting Dublin. We’re also offering some fans a unique opportunity to see Zooropa rehearse on Friday evening. For more on what the Irish Rock N Roll Museum experience is like, visit our Instagram Page. We think we have a new natural born tourguide with us. Gary started last week and today he taught our earlier tour how to play With or Without You by U2!😎 A post shared by Irish Rock Museum (@irishrockmuseum) on Jul 3, 2017 at 6:03am PDT We’re also a family friendly venue. So if you’re not fortunate enough to have tickets to U2 bring the kids down and let them loose on our stage! A Child ticket costs €8.00 Some future stars visited us over the week-end and treated us to a cover...