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A wide range of acts perform here from Thursday to Saturday.
Draws a cheerful crowd and occasional singalongs.
Traditional pub with good trad sessions.
This pub has a prime position at the junction of the N71 and the Beara Rd. Settle into one of the comfy outside benches with a pint.
Hidden down the alley next to the Killarney Grand, this bar–restaurant, with low lighting, exposed stone walls and leather sofas, is favoured by local scenesters. Bands and DJs play at weekends.
The various bars and clubs at this Killarney institution host traditional live music from 9pm to 11pm, rock bands from 11.30pm to 1.30am and a disco from 11pm. Admission is free before 11pm, €5 to €10 after.
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Photos of proud local sports teams line the walls at this surprisingly large pub, which features pool tables, the comfiest stools in town and merciless craic.
Inconspicuous on the outside, inside this timeless pub bursts at the seams with Irish music sessions many nights year-round. This is where locals come to see their old mates perform and to kick off a night on the town.
A local favourite for its big beer garden and nightclub with a decent-sized dance floor. Trad sessions take place from early evening to 10pm, with live bands from 11.30pm. Admission to the main bar is free.
This tiny traditional pub with leaded-glass doors is one of Killarney's most popular haunts. Live music plays every night; good bar food is served daily in summer...
Escape the tourist mobs and muse over a pint in this small pub that retains a snug at the entrance.
You can still buy cornflakes and sugar at this time-warp grocery-pub, open since 1840. The regulars are always up for a chat.
Cosy local favourite on the waterfront, known for its excellent pub grub.
One of the best bars for music, Crowley's has traditional bands on Wednesday nights.
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