What’s On in Dublin
There are so many things to do and experience in Dublin. Events and festivals are running in Dublin throughout the year. Therefore if you’re aiming to visit Dublin and haven’t picked the times yet, nevertheless why not participate in one of the Irish events and please your ears, eyes and heart- as there are tons to choose from: classical and modern music, theater, dance arts and events for food lovers. There are plenty things to do with so much activities, entertainment to guarantee you perfect atmosphere, mood and best fun for all family.
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|Alltech Craft Brews & Food fair||5 Feb - 25 Feb||
The biggest Irish Brewery and Foodie exhibits including international and native craft beverages and local culinary art tastiest.
|Dublin Bay Prawn festival||17 Mar - 19 Mar||
Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is an event full of cooking demos, festival menus, dances, Irish music, live street entertainment, and of course, prawns- prepared the way you love.
A variety of amazing food experiences at the Harbour Festival Food Village serving the freshest, most delicious seafood, cooked every way imaginable, including a selection of special Dublin Bay Prawn dishes.
|St. Patrick’s festival 2017||16 Mar - 19 Mar||
St. Patrick’s Day a national holiday and the biggest event in Ireland celebrated within the whole world. It’s the greatest celebration in the world !!!
St. Patrick’s Day is the day when everyone wants to be Irish.
The highlight of all the events and activities is the spectacular and gorgeous parade and exceptional city-wide events right in the heart of Dublin city.
The first St. Patrick’s Festival was held over one day, and night, on March 17th 1996, it has since grown to a 4-5 day celebration.
|Mountains to sea DLR Book festival 2016||22 Mar - 26 Mar||
Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival is an exciting festival with a program full of events like master classes, workshops and sessions, featuring readers of all levels and age groups.
|Dublin: One City, One Book 2017||1 Apr - 30 Apr||
Dublin: One city one book is an event, that encourages to read a book about Dublin city in April each year. General public , library staff and Irish publishers are invited to suggest titles for the book.Then, following a careful consideration of the suggested titles, the final selection is made by consensus between the City of Literature team and senior library management. The selected title is then recommended to the City Librarian for approval.
|Docklands Summer festival||20 May - 21 May||
A big festival at Dublin Grand Canal Dock with world-class wake- boarding, lots of entertainment, competitions both on water and land. Open air DJ’s, plenty of demonstrations and try it sessions. A day out full of entertainment for all family. Food Markets on the site for you to recharge.
|International Literature festival Dublin||20 May - 29 May||
International Literature Festival is the best once-a-year literary event in Ireland bursting the best writers in the world, with discussions, readings, workshops, performance and more. In the city of the Words you can get to see new faces, get inspired and surprised weather its lyrics, poems, fiction or not fiction.
|Dublin Dance festival||18 May - 28 May||
Dublin Dance festival is a biggest dance festival on Irish calendar, combining dancers and choreographers from across the world to share the dance artwork with audiences in capital.
|International Dublin Gay Theatre event||1 May - 14 May||
The biggest Dublin Gay Theatre festival event of its type in the whole world, reminding and existence of gay artists and celebrating their input to theatre.
Each year DubGay Theatre festuval presenst drama, comedy, musical theatre, cabaret and more in venues centred in Dublin’s historic Georgian heart.
|Bray Air Festival||22 Jul - 23 Jul||
Bray Air Festival- Ireland’s biggest Air Festival
Bray Air Show Festival, that has been lasting for 11 years, in 2016 attracted over 140 000 people. There was something for everyone to enjoy-modern passenger planes, the old jets that survived world was II, smoky and colorful aerobatics and extreme formations. Are you ready for spectacular scenes?
The two-day aviation spectacle starts at 12 noon each day with the the ground activity followed by the Air Display at 3:30pm on Saturday and at 2:00pm on Sunday.
There are so many activities both on land and air. You have a perfect chance to enjoy the beautiful Bray views from the sky by taking a helicopter flight. On the ground activities include musical entertainment, seafront fun fair, a food and craft village featuring artisan food and specialist craft stalls as well as a family fun fair.
Earlier this year Bray Air Festival was recognized as “Best Festival / Event Experience” at the prestigious, national Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2017.
The two-day aviation spectacle promises you a perfect family day out and will make your jaw drop.
|World Street Performance Championship||7 Jul - 9 Jul||
World Street Performance Championship
Very spectacular and invaluable annual festival for the most impressive street performers on earth who show off their skills and trying hard to get the Street Performance World Champion title. Get ready to see the magic and real adventure as there are lots of break dancers, magicians, illusionists, jugglers, comedians, sword swallowers and more. It’s an amazing free family event flavored with lots of fun and joy for all the family.
|Gaze International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival||3 Aug - 7 Aug||
Gaze Internation Gay and Lesbian Film Festival brings together filmmakers and audiences in a vibrant social experience.
Films, featuring the lives, struggles, and triumphs of gay people.
|Dublin Horse Show||9 Aug - 13 Aug||
Dublin Horse Show
Dublin Horse Show is an Irish official show jumping competition at Dublin, from the best show horses to the best international show jumpers.
Dublin Horse show develops and promotes the industry which is one of Ireland’s best performing agricultural sectors and at the forefront of Irish international sporting success.
Dublin Horse Show was first held in 1864 and today is one of the biggest events in Dublin. Today this Dublin festival and show is so popular that it has become a Dublin institution. This popular capitals event is a celebration of Ireland’s affinity with the horse. Read More
|Culture Night||22 Sep - 23 Sep||
is free of charge annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts.
All event’s activities that concentrate on culture, creativeness and arts aims to encourage people to attend cultural events, reminds about its facilities and aims to create a feeling of community.
On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations and venues of all shapes and sizes, including the National Cultural Institutions, extend their opening hours to allow for increased access to the public. Special and unique events and workshops are specifically programmed at participating locations and everything is available free of charge.
Culture Night has grown from a relatively small scale cultural event staged only in Dublin in 2006 to the significant national cultural event it now is, with some 350,000 people visiting museums, galleries, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres across the country. The initiative has captured both the public imagination and the enthusiasm of artists and cultural organisations.
Culture Night happens because many people share a vision and enthusiasm for enjoying, celebrating and promoting creativity and culture. The following list gives a taste of the wide range of people and institutions that make it happen across Ireland:
the public, artists, performing groups, galleries, museums, sports clubs, libraries, arts centres, craft workers, studios and workshops, theatres, public spaces, broadcasters, schools, community groups, local authorities, Government Departments, state agencies and public bodies, transport companies, universities, shops and many more.
For one night only the island of Ireland + select international locations become your FREE cultural playground, explore YOUR surroundings and make sure this Culture Night revolves around you.
|New Year’s Eve!||30 Dec - 1 Jan||
New Year’s Eve!
Don’t know what to do during New Year’s Eve 2017 ? Dublin always is full of ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve, including interesting parties,events and concerts for different tastes.
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