RTÉ marks Culture Night with a free open-air concert at National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks.
The line-up includes RTÉ Concert Orchestra I Villagers I Stefanie Preissner I Waterford Whispers I Members of Horslips and Paul Muldoon I Mick Flannery and Amanda Coogan I Alma Harrak I Moxie I Mango X Mathman I Claudia Boyle I Ursula Burns I RTÉ Cór Linn I Sarah Crossan I Nava & more.
How do I get in?
This event is free - no tickets are required for entry.
Where is the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks?
You'll find it on Benburb St, Arran Quay, Dublin 7 - head down the quays on the northside in the direction of The Phoenix Park, and it's pretty hard to miss.
How do I get there?
You can find out how to get to Collins Barracks by foot, car, bike, bus and Luas here.
How do I get there for FREE?
Free transport is available on the evening. Dublin Bus is running free buses every 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre (Aston Quay, USIT Office) to the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks (Route C) from 6-11pm.For more on free transport, visit www.culturenight.ie/transport.
What else is on at the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks on the night?
In addition to this free open-air concert, from 4-8pm there will be a wide range of free ticketed live radio recordings, talks and performances throughout the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks, with live recordings of your favourite arts and culture programmes for RTÉ Radio 1, as well as live comedy and Jim Carroll's Banter sessions - find out more details here.
Will there be food and drinks available on the night?
Don't worry - a variety of food and drinks options will be available onsite at the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks.
What if I can't be there in person?
Not to worry, we've got you covered. The concert, presented by Sean Rocks, will be broadcast live on RTÉ Radio 1’s Arena from 8pm - 10pm and streamed live here on rte.ie/culture.