- 28 Jan 22
The festival returns to Leopardstown Racecourse next weekend.
Mundy and George Murphy are set to perform at the Dublin Racing Festival – which returns to Leopardsown Racecourse from Saturday, February 4 to Sunday, February 5. The live music performances will feature alongside a weekend of horse racing, local cuisine and a variety of on-site entertainment, as crowds return to Leopardstown.
Gates open to public at 10:45am each day, with free shuttle buses running from the Luas and Blackrock Dart station.
Mundy, who'll be headlining the Saturday, needs little introduction – as one of the country's most celebrated performers. Since rising to prominence in the '90s, he's released a string of acclaimed albums – and has clocked up millions of streams on classics like 'Galway Girl', 'To You I Bestow', and 'July'.
Sunday’s headline act is George Murphy – who first made his mark on the Irish music scene after a memorable appearance on You’re a Star. He's since released four solo studio albums, and has built up a loyal international audience with his famed live performances.
You can also expect pop-up busking taking place across the weekend.
Dublin Racing Festival marks the beginning of a partnership between Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) and Bulmers across a number of events in 2022 – including the return of Bulmers Live at Leopardstown this summer.
Dublin Racing Festival will once again showcase some signature Dublin dishes over the weekend, with the Dublin Street Food Court. The 6 Nations Championship will also be played on big screens at the festival, including Ireland v Wales on Saturday at 2.15pm.
Tickets are on sale now.
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