The big Limerick Seisiun at the Locke Bar is on its way!

big Limerick seisiun

Exterior picture of the Locke Bar for the big Limerick seisiun. Picture courtesy of the Locke Bar.

The big Limerick Seisiun at the Locke Bar is on its way!

big Limerick seisiun

The Locke Bar big Limerick seisiun flyer.

The multi-award winning Locke Bar sits picturesquely in the heart of Limerick City’s Medieval Quarter, where the Abbey River meets the Shannon.  Renowned for its quality and variety of gastro food and it’s atmospheric character, The Locke Bar now has an offering unique to the County of Limerick & indeed Munster, which is two lively Traditional Irish Music and Dance Sessions daily 7 nights a week!

The Big Limerick Seisiun is a must see – or must hear – experience on the cultural calendar of a visit to Limerick. Visitors to the Locke Bar are spoilt for choice with music sessions at both 5 pm and 7 pm daily!

The beautiful riverside setting of The Locke Bar also features a hugely popular and vibrant outdoor seating and entertainment area which is the perfect location for outdoor relaxation, fun, and entertainment for a Spring or Summer day! Inside you will find, old wood paneling & open fires making it the perfect place to snuggle down when the Irish Weather isn’t as kind!

The Locke Bar has a history and resonance to its premises that is a rare find anywhere in Ireland. It can be found on the original site of one of Limerick City’s oldest pubs dating back to 1724. Nearby are some of the city’s most historical landmarks such as St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle & the Hunt Museum. 

As a gastropub, serving food 7 days a week from Breakfast to Dinner, it is particularly well-known for its Ocean Fresh Seafood Menu and choice of Fresh daily Specials as well as many other dishes to suit all tastes.  

Genuine Irish Hospitality and Care will meet you at the door and the highest standards of Service will be received until you depart!

 

For more stories on the Locke Bar, go here.

For more information on the big Limerick seisiun, go here.

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