12th Aug 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Groove at Groove Fest, eat the best food at The Big Grill, and enjoy a day out on the quays. Happy weekend from Image.
Take Part In The Big Grill Here
The Big Grill BBQ Festival & Competition is back for its fourth year in the leafy surroundings of Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Expect some of the best food cooked by the best chefs in Dublin as well as plenty of entertainment and drinks to wash it all down. Click here for tickets and info.
Enjoy A Day On The Quays Here
The Dublin Quays Festival is a brand new festival bringing together art, comedy, cuisine, and music over four days from this coming Agust 17th, through to August 21st. A number of music acts will headline the festival in different venues around Dublin including Whelans and The Workmans. For full lineup and schedule click here!
Listen To The Beautiful Voice Of?Soprano Sinead Campbell-Wallace Here
Soprano Sinead Campbell-Wallace and guitarist Redmond O?Toole are performing at the National Opera House in Wexford, a really gorgeous venue, and Sinead will be singing really beautiful Italian, Spanish and German songs. Sinead regularly performs in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, she is originally from Wexford and really looking forward to performing in her home town. Click here for more info and tickets.
Celebrate India Day Here
You’re invited to Farmleigh on Sunday, August 19th, to celebrate and commemorate India’s independence. This year event will include a variety of Indian craft exhibitions, photo exhibition and showcase Indian cuisine. ?The event will also celebrate the harmonious integration of over 30,000 members of the Indian diaspora in Irish society, culture and economy. Entry is free and will be a wonderful family event! Click here for more info.
The all new Groove Festival brought to you by Energia, returns to the stunning surrounds of Co. Wicklow’s Killruddery House & Gardens this summer and will play host to a sensational line up of over 25 international and local acts, including British rock sensation Primal Scream (Saturday) and UB40 ft. Ali, Astro & Mickey (Sunday), the world’s most successful reggae band. The newly expanded festival will showcase an extensive array of tantalising and wholesome summer food, a host of fun-filled family friendly activities and unlimited access to Thrive; a brand-new lifestyle and wellness zone, which will make its debut at Groove Festival. Tickets from??59.50. Click here to buy yours and for more information!
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