Sports & Event Venues
Croke Park is the home of The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and is Irelands largest and Europe’s third largest stadium. Croke Park has capacity for 82,300 fans to witness Gaelic Games, Concerts and Field Sports. Each year the All- Ireland Football & Hurling Finals are played at Croke Park.
The Aviva Stadium is home to The Irish Rugby Union and The Republic of Ireland football team. The Stadium has a capacity for over 50,000 spectators (all seated). In addition to hosting rugby and football the stadium plays host to concerts each year, Michael Buble, The Script, Neil Diamond, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Roger Waters and AC/DC have all preformed there in the past.
The 3 Arena
The 3 Arena is considered to be the premier concert venue in Ireland with a capacity to host upto 14,000 concert goers. Located in the Dublin Docklands, the 3Arena is easily accessible from the city centre by public transport. The Wilder Townhouse is only a 15 min taxi ride away.
The RDS (Royal Dublin Society)
Located in nearby Ballsbridge, The RDS is one of Dublin’s most popular venues for large exhibitions, trade and public shows, concerts, and sporting events. One of the most popular events held in the RDS is the Dublin Horse Show which has taken place every summer since 1868.
Convention Centre Dublin
Ireland largest Convention Centre Opened in September 2010, it is a premium venue specifically designed for some of the world’s leading international conferences and corporate events. Located in the Dublin Docklands, the CCD is easily accessible from the city centre by public transport.