23rd Sep 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Visit Dun Laoghaire’s own music fest, take in the wonders of portobello at a floating market, and pick fresh veg at the Dublin Veg Fest. Happy weekend from IMAGE!
Enjoy Coastal Notes Here
D?n Laoghaire’s Music Festival Coastal Notes (formerly the Tribute Music Festival) will be taking place in the town this weekend. Some of the towns most iconic venues have signed up, including; DLR Lexicon, The Maritime Museum, Gilbert & Wrights, The Purty Kitchen, The Lighthouse & The Methodist Church.?Each venue is going to focus on a particular genre of music for the weekend, and as they’re all within a 10-minute walk of each other you’ll be sure to find something you like or expand your musical horizons! Click here to see the full musical lineup over the weekend.
Visit A Floating Market Here
The Canal Bank Market, in association with Dublin City Council & Canalaphonic festival 2017, returns to the beautiful surroundings of Portobello this Saturday and Sunday. With events running from 12PM until 6PM, this promises to be an entertaining weekend of fun and offbeat activities, including musical acts in local venues, family supping and paddle boarding right on the canal.?There will be Hot Beverages, Artisan Baked Goods, Local Art & Craft, Eclectic Fashion, Accessories, Vinyl Records, and lots more. Click here for some more FAQs.
Turn-up (!!) At The Dublin Veg Fest Here
Dublin Vegfest is back this weekend for two days of fresh produce, interactive chats, and a chill environment.?full of stalls offering the best vegan food by local producer’s, lifestyle talks, demo’s, cruelty-free products, exhibitors, non-profits, animal rescues, film & lots more.?With new large outdoor areas, a new larger speakers area, Vegan Food Village and chill zone. Awesome guest speakers and more announced soon.?Get your tickets here.
Hear From The Fashion Experts Here
The Lighthouse Cinema Dublin will be showing a very special screening of The Devil Wears Prada this coming Wednesday, September 27th, followed by a panel discussion about the job that “a million girls would die for”.?Post-screening panellists feature some of the top fashion editors and stylists working in Ireland today including Deirdre McQuillan the fashion editor of?The Irish Times, our own Rosaleen McMeel, Miriam Burke editor of?Beaut.ie?and Aisling Farinella stylist, editor and a Creative Director of?Thread Dublin. The screening kicks off at 8:30 and you can book your tickets here.
Experience The Taste Of Craft Beer Here
Are you a craft beer fanatic or interested in trying local beers for the first time? This coming Tuesday, September 26th, enjoy an after-work Craft Beer Tasting Experience while learning about#IrishCraftBeer?at The Hill Pub, Dublin 6. The experience is to Last 90 minutes, guests will be introduced to 5 different Red Ale and American Amber beers. A light bite will be served and a special guest will be invited to talk about the selected beer, share some of their stories and tips with you. Check out tickets here.
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