City Kayaking - Music Under The Bridges

Tour Operator: City Kayaking

What can I expect

  • Learn how to Kayak down the River Liffey
  • Local musicians playing music
  • Experience some of Dublin's most iconic bridges

Music Under the Bridges

Travel by Kayak down the main river that flows through Dublin City Centre, The River Liffey, and see some of Dublin's best known sights from a completely different view.

This tour provides you with your very own personal concert while paddling down the river in a Kayak.

Some of Dublin's best musicians and artists will play for you under some of Dublin's most iconic bridges.

This is a one of a kind atmosphere as you take in the beautiful acoustics while sitting on the water.

You will get on board the stable Sit On Top kayaks and then paddle down the river towards the stage boats and of course stopping under some bridges where you will get your own private performance from the musicians and artists will perform for you.

This completely different experience will last around 2 hours and it will be definitely one to remember.



What to bring:

Dress appropriately for the weather including clothing and footwear you don't mind getting damp.

Please come dressed and ready for kayaking but please note that there are no toilers or customer changing facilities on site - do not arrive in your best clothes, jeans or high heels.

  • Shorts or leggings is perfect in the summer and warmers trousers are recommended for winter paddling

  • Extra layers of clothes are always a good idea to have available.

  • You may also bring a towel for use for after the tour, if desired.


If you require waterproof gear, please ask the instructor the base on the day and it will be provided for you.

59 O'Connell Street Upper, North City, Dublin 1, D01 RX04 Call: +353 1 703 3024 Email:

We've been entertaining visitors to our town since 1988. We're part of the fabric of Dublin City and we take great pride in delivering a real and authentic tour experience to all of our visitors, one steeped in history but one that also celebrates the city as she evolves.