A music festival is set to take place in the Phoenix Park on 26 June where between 3,500 to 5,000 people might be able to attend.

It is part of the so-called test entertainment events being organised by the Department of Arts, Tourism, Culture and Arts following today's decision to further reopen society.

Another music event is planned for the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin earlier in June, with James Vincent McMorrow as the headline act.

During June and July, there are also concerts set to take place at the INEC in Killarney, the Róisín Dubh in Galway, the Cork Opera House, along with a comedy event in Vicar Street.

It is also understood that guidelines that prohibited live music at pubs and restaurants this summer will now be reviewed.

The Cabinet today approved several measures that will allow for a further reopening of society and economy during June, July and August.

The full list of pilot events

Thursday 10 June
Venue: Iveagh Gardens
Event: Outdoor music event curated by NCH
Capacity: 500

Friday 11 June
Leinster v Dragons

Friday 11 June
Tallaght Stadium
Shamrock Rovers v Finn Harps

Friday 11 June
Turners Cross
Cork City v Cabinteely

Sunday 20 June
Croke Park
Camogie National League Finals

Wednesday 23 June
University Limerick Concert Hall
Indoor - Opera 519

Friday 25 June
Tallaght Stadium
Shamrock Rovers v Drogheda

Saturday 26 June
Morton Stadium, Santry
Athletics Ireland National Championships
Up to 400

Saturday 26 June
Phoenix Park
Outdoor music festival type event
Fully seated 3,500

Saturday 26 June
INEC Club, Killarney, Co Kerry
Music performance indoors (hotel setting)
Fully seated 200

End of June
The Curragh Race Meeting
1,000 for one day of the three-day event