This weekend will see several household names rock the stage at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, as part of their Summer Festival.
Starting on Saturday 26 August, and finishing on Monday 28 August, the three day event includes the likes of Tiesto, Noel Gallagher, and Boygenius, an Indie supergroup which includes singer Phoebe Bridgers.
Saturday’s event will see Tiesto take to the stage, supported by Sigala and Jess Boys.
The following day, former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher will delight the fans at Kilmainham, headlining Sunday, along with his band High Flying Birds, with Boygenius supported by special guests Muna and folk duo Ye Vegabonds.
Gates open at 5.00pm, with support acts to hit the stage at 5.30pm.
Check out the list of acts below.
Few Things To Watch Out For At Kilmainham
Ahead of the shows, music fans descending upon Kilmainham, have been advised be at the venue in sufficient time.
Fans have also been warned to avoid queuing around the venue, stating that they will be turned away at restricted points area points across Royal Hospital Kilmainham.
They have been asked to respect the community around them, and to avoid causing disruption to local residents.
This is also a standing only concert, taking place outdoors, rain or shine, with attendees also urged to check the weather forecast, and dress accordingly.
No car parking facilities will be available at these concerts, with fans also advised to walk, use public transport or cycle.
Music fans have also been informed that those bringing bags or purses, must bring those of smaller sizes.
Additional security searches will be carried out. Check out the list of prohibited items here.