Plan Your Visit
The National Concert Hall (NCH), Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
NCH is host to most New Music Dublin events, with events taking place in the main auditorium, the NCH Studio, the Kevin Barry Room, the Medical Library, and other spaces around the historic building: even on the front steps!
Please go to the “Your Visit” section of www.nch.ie for information on booking tickets, getting to the venue, car parking and “what you need to know”.
We are creating a NEW MUSIC DUBLIN POP-UP BAR, which will act as a festival hub and meeting point. Join us, other attenders and festival artists here for conversation, commentary and conviviality. Open prior to lunchtime events serving refreshments until the late evening, do drop by.
St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, Dublin 2
This church, a much-loved place of worship, is also a venue for civic events, lunchtime recitals and evening concerts. You can find more information on this historic venue at http://stann.dublin.anglican.org/
Streets of Dublin
Some events in New Music Dublin – particularly The Secret Music Trail – direct or bring audiences to Dublin streets, parks and buildings in the vicinity of the National Concert Hall. See individual event information for more details in this regard.
While not all festival venues and spaces are universally accessible, the National Concert Hall has a number of services and facilities available which can be requested and reserved in advance of your visit. These include assisted hearing facilities, wheelchair access and wheelchair seats. We also welcome assistance dogs. Please advise at the time of booking. For further information on these services or to make a specific request, please contact our box office in advance on +353 (1) 4170000