Plan your visit

Here is some handy information if you are planning to visit Limerick for our festival. Limerick is a compact, easily walkable city, all participating venues are typically within five or ten minutes (or less) walk from one another.

Map of Limerick City


All of our venues are within Limerick City centre. They are intimate venues, perfect for live music, with incredibly friendly staff, so please be extra nice to them! As these are smaller venues with limited capacity, make sure to get to the events early to get your spot. If capacity limits are reached we will introduce a one-out-one-in policy.

Ormston House

9, 10 Patrick St,
Limerick, V94 V089
See location


8 Sarsfield Ave,
Limerick, V94 E14K
See location

The Commercial Bar

46-47 Catherine St,
Limerick, V94 T2V3
See location

Mother Mac’s

9 High St,
Limerick, V94 W8XF
See location


35 Thomas St,
Limerick, V94 A5X4
See location

Treaty City

24 & 25 Nicholas St,
Medieval Quarter,
Limerick, V94 EH57
See location


We believe that all of our events such be inclusive to all who would like to attend. We would be happy to provide reasonable accommodations to any festival goer, so please reach out to us and we will happily provide assistance.

Many of these venues are in historic buildings and, as such, some may have limited accessibility and require the use of stairs. If you would like any further information on this please reach out to us on our email

How to get to Limerick

Limerick is an easily walkable city, with most venues being less than a five-minute walk from one another. If travelling to Limerick we would recommend that you choose an environmentally conscious mode of travel such as bus or train. Trains and buses arrive into the centre of the city, only a few minutes walk from our venues.

By Bus

Bus Éireann provides frequent services to and from all Ireland's major cities. For further information and to buy your tickets please visit Bus Éireann

By Train

Limerick is easily accessible via rail links, with frequent services from Dublin, Cork and Galway. For further information and to buy your tickets please visit Irish Rail.

Where to stay

It is worth noting that Limerick does not have a youth hostel or budget hotel in the city centre. If you are looking for accommodation in the city we recommend that you book early.