The Arts Minister says she'll be pushing for restrictions around live events to be eased from next month at the Cabinet sub-committee meeting this morning.
The events sector is becoming increasingly frustrated with the restrictions, at a time when thousands of fans are being allowed attend Croke Park.
Minister Catherine Martin says she'll also be discussing what can be done to facilitate Electric Picnic going ahead.
She's among the senior ministers meeting today to discuss the roadmap for the further easing of restrictions.
The plan is expected to be published following a full Cabinet meeting next Tuesday.
Speaking on the way into today's meeting, Minister Martin said it's time for musicians to be able to perform again.
She said: "At the minute, we have silence in our music.
"I think we've had enough of that silence - I want to hear music again, and it's time for our musicians to perform again."
On Newstalk Breakfast earlier, Labour TD Aodhán Ó Ríordáin says ministers now need to sort out any disagreements they have about the return of live events.
He said: "What is happening now is there's an argument happening - but there doesn't need to be that argument.
"If we have a situation where there's a split at Cabinet... that doesn't help anybody.
"The only success we've had ever in politics when everyone feels part of a process, and as if they're working towards a solution."