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News: The National Concert Hall Presents Three Concerts by Revered Irish Music Icon Christy Moore Next Spring

Christy Moore - man in black with a guitar against a black background

09 Oct 2023

The National Concert Hall Presents Three Concerts by Revered Irish Music Icon Christy Moore Next Spring

Saturday 11, 18 and 25 May 2024 8pm     National Concert Hall     Tickets €40, €45, €50, €55 (10% Discount for Friends of NCH and Groups of 10 or more)     Tickets On Sale: Friday 10 October 10am     Box Office Tel: 01 4170000  

The National Concert Hall is delighted to announce three intimate concerts by beloved Irish music pioneer Christy Moore next May. Since 1969 Christy has played a pivotal role in the evolution of music on this island. He has shone a light on Irish culture, identity and tradition by bringing his songs to the global stage. His concerts continue to sell out both at home and abroad, where his music continues to resonate strongly with the diaspora and beyond.  

His recording career includes more than 40 albums from Paddy on the Road (1969) to Flying Into Mystery (2021) and his chart-topping The Early Years, covering his recordings and television appearances from 1969-1981. In 2021 he was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the RTÉ Folk Awards.  

One of the most compelling and inspirational musicians Ireland has ever seen, Christy’s concerts at the National Concert Hall are amongst the most special concerts of the year. We are delighted he will return to Earlsfort Terrace in May 2024.  

Tickets €40, €45, €50, €55  

On Sale Friday 10 October 10am   

10% Discount for Friends of NCH     

10% Discount for Groups of 10 or more      

Box Office Tel: 01 4170000    

Media Queries: Sinead Doyle, Marketing & PR Manager or Roisin Dwyer, PR & Publications Executive, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. (S. Doyle Tel: 087 1775334 / R. Dwyer 085 7129628)            



The National Concert Hall (NCH) has an ambition to be one of the world’s great centres for music, a centre which will be a symbol of national pride for Irish people everywhere. But above all, a centre for music which will enable the NCH to best deliver on its statutory remit for music, the arts, for culture and for our nation.