One weekend, Over 30 Bands
in 6 great Venues
AUGUST 11TH - 13TH 2023
Line Up For 2023 Coming Soon
LAST YEAR'S HEADLINER
‘Blues Instrumentalist of the Year’ and ‘Acoustic Blues Artist of the Year’ at the 2022 UK Blues Awards.
Dom put on an incredible show in 2022
About Howth Roots and Blues Festival
The HowthRootsandBluesFestival is a free music festival in Howth showcasing the best in Irish roots and blues artists and is organised by Paul Byrne of In Tua Nua for Howth Tourism. While many of the artists are blues based the festival caters for fans of Country, Rhythm and Blues, Bluegrass, Americanna and reggae. Basically anything rootsy!!.
The festival will take place across 6 venues which include The Summit Inn, McNeills, The Bloody Stream, The Harbour Bar, Findlaters and O’Connells.
How To Get Here
The H3 and No 6 buses run from Abbey Street in Dublin to Howth Summit via Howth harbour and village. It stops at The Tramline Stage.
The Dart is the electric train running from Greytones to Howth via Dublin City Centre. They run every 20 or 30 minutes. The Phil Lynott Stage is right beside Howth station.
There are cycle ways the whole way from Dublin City Centre to Howth along the seafront via Clontarf.
Free parking is available along the Harbour, village and at The Summit