As part of their Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations has declared 2019 as the year of taking action and practical measures towards a ‘greener environment’. BlueFire Street Fest has dedicated an area of the festival to groups who are working tirelessly to ensure Green Action is top of the agenda in creating a more peaceful world. They will be showcasing their work through open discussions, music, art, and more. Through our environmental policy, we are taking our own actions and encouraging a greener event in Smithfield Square on September 21st.


General Information

Information Point

An information Point will be located near the centre of the Smithfield Square, and our team will be available throughout the event to assist you in any way we can.


Toilets will be available throughout the event and will be located at the luas line end of Smithfield Square. Baby changing facilities and disabled access toilets will also be available in the same location.


Recycling Facilities will be available throughout the event - we kindly ask attendees to read the signage and ensure that all waste is placed in the appropriate bin.

Wheelchair Access

Smithfield Square, Generator Hostel and Third Space Cafe are wheelchair accessible.  If you have any concerns please do not hesitate in contacting us either in advance on on the day of the event.


Getting Here


The luas Red Line runs adjacent to Smithfield Square.  We kindly ask attendees to be careful when crossing the luas line.

Dublin Bus

Routes servicing Smithfield Square











Dublin Bikes

There is a Dublin Bike Rack adjacent to Smithfield Square

Car Parks

There is ample public parking near Smithfield Square; Haymarket Car Park,  on-street car parking, and there is also a Q-Park Facility (entry from Queen Street)

Pre paid parking can be made at Smithfield carpark:

Parking Restrictions

Some parking restrictions may apply to the main car park on Smithfield Square - please check back here for future updates.


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