Celtic Ceili Feasta at The Celt Bar, Dublin City Centre

An evening of Irish folklore, fine food, dance and music…Ceili (pronounced Kay’lee) is a Gaelic word for an Irish social gathering of friends, where old stories are told, songs are sung with music and dance. Celtic Ceili Feasta is a truly authentic Irish show that takes place at the historic Celt Bar in Dublin city centre, known for its traditional Irish music sessions, dance floor and the craic. The ticket covers a 3-course dinner, show and an unforgettable experience of Irish culture.

About The Celt Bar

The Celt is an authentic Irish bar in Dublin north city centre, only a few minutes walk from O’Connell Street and The Spire. The Celt is popular with locals and visitors alike looking for a real taste of Irish culture and is one of the best traditional pubs in Dublin. The Celt hosts live Irish music 7 nights a week with the most talented traditional Irish musicians that will guarantee a good night of music, song and dance. The rustic interior of the bar belies its City Centre location and gives a true representation of an old Irish pub, where you can enjoy a pint of the “black stuff” in the perfect surrounds.

Talbot Street

Talbot Street sits at the heart of central Dublin, linking the city’s financial district and railway links to the core of O’Connell street and a bustling retail district. It is a historic street that maintained a strong heritage in its buildings and businesses with visible  bookends of the 19th century campanile at Connolly Station and the Spire on O’Connell Street that face each other. You can see and feel the history when walking up it, from the James Joyce statue to the old Dublin lamps.


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