Announcing our festival of music, parties, club nights & more

Today we can finally confirm that the rumours of a Spotify party at the Summit are true… but the rumours go much deeper. Much, much deeper in fact.

Tumblr, Amazon, Google Ventures, Bing, Andreessen Horowitz, Dyn, Mailchimp, Verizon, Twilio, Shoto, DFJ Esprit, Movember and many, many more are hosting parties, dinners, private events, club nights, networking cocktails and more across Dublin city for our thousands of attendees.

Whether you want to challenge the founders of some of the world’s most extraordinary companies to a dance off, or enjoy a whiskey tasting with the global heads of M&A from some of the world’s biggest investment banks, there’s something for everyone.

At most tech and business conferences, the conference ends at 6pm. But not at the Summit in 2013.

From October 29th to 31st we’ll be holding events in venues across the city to suit every interest and every community: Welcome to our Night SummitA celebration of a wave of new music acts emerging from Ireland and a celebration of everything that makes Dublin an incredible city. We’ll cap it all off with an incredible closing party hosted by Bing on October 31st.

We’ll have over 30 bands and performances of the widest variety, from gigs by Le Galaxie, the Cast of Cheers, and the Dublin Gospel Choir, to a Burlesque Show, a Bollywood party, Italo Disco, Reggae, and Motown club nights… and much more. We’ll slowly be announcing music over the next 14 days, but here’s a taster of the first 15.

Tickets to the Summit will sell out this by this Friday.

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