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The Button Factory
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
The Button Factory is a versatile, yet intimate, music venue in the Temple Bar area of Dublin City centre. Visit to experience this buzzing live music and clubbing venue, which stages innovative bands and DJ sets.

The Button Factory, on Curved Street in Dublin City centre, is one of Dublin’s more exciting venues to enjoy live bands, DJ’s, and other events. This venue offers quality live music, excellent sound and lighting, and a higher level of comfort. Weekly club nights give the Button Factory an extra dimension.

The venue is adaptable for many uses and hosts an array of talent across the music and performance spectrum. The décor has a modern yet understated vibe.

The Button Factory is available for private and corporate hire as well as band hire outs. They can host bookings from 200 up to 900 guests, and catering can be provided. All equipment is supplied in-house including a PA system, lighting, and DJ equipment.

The main entrance of the Button Factory is fully accessible for wheelchair users, and ramp facilities bring patrons from just off the foyer to the main room in front of the stage. Accessible toilets are also available, and staff are on hand to assist all patrons.

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