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Pride, yoga and wine: What’s on this scorching weekend?


by Ciara O'Loughlin
28th Jun 2019
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If you haven’t heard it a million times already, there’s to be a heatwave this weekend; so get out there and make the most of it – there’s nothing better than Ireland in the sun. Lather on the suncream, grab a bottle of water and head to one of these fabulous events… 


Dublin Pride Festival 

Thursday, June 20 – Sunday, June 30, price varies

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Pride continues this weekend and the biggest celebration – the parade – takes place tomorrow Saturday, June 29. Check out our full guide to Pride 2019 here.

 

Kaleidoscope

Friday, June 28 – Sunday, June 30, ticket price varies 

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There’s nothing better than a festival in the sun, so if you’re looking for something to do with the kids, look no further! With a line-up including Imelda May, Delorentos and The Riptide Movement it really can’t be missed. It’s Ireland’s first family camping festival and has something for every member of the clan. We have a weekend family pass to give away, click here to enter.

 

Gym+Coffee Presents: #MakeLifeRicher Day

Sunday June 30, Herbert Park, Free 

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Join Brian O’Driscoll, Steffan Fusco and Platinum Pilates for a day of fun, sun and fitness. This free event takes place from 10 am to 1.30 pm. If you will be attending pilates at 12 pm, don’t forget to bring your own yoga mat.

 

Wine tasting and tapas

Saturday, June 28, €55

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If you love a glass of vino, this event may be right up your alley. Join a guided tour to the best wine bars in Dublin while also tasting some delicious tapas. The tour kicks off at 3:30 pm on Saturday.

 

Flavours of Fingal

Saturday, June 29 – Sunday, June 30, free

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Bring the kids to Newbridge House and Farm in Donabate for an agricultural show; with unforgettable food and a family fun experience. The event is free but on-site parking will cost you €20, so park the car in the village and walk to the park or take the shuttle bus.

Retro Drive-in Movies

Friday, June 28 – Sunday, June 30, Leopardstown Racecourse, €30.90

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Is there anything cosier than a retro drive-in movie? Enjoy the big screen from the comfort of your own car, along with some tasty snacks including burgers, hotdogs, pizza, chips and doughnuts. Movies over the weekend include The Goonies, Stand By Me and The Hangover.

 

Rooftop Yoga

Saturday June 29, The Marker Hotel, €25

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If you’re looking for something relaxing to do this weekend, why not try some rooftop yoga? This class is open to all levels and will practice movement, breathing exercises, meditation and deep relaxation with a magnificent view of Dublin’s Docklands, city and mountains.

 

Tayto park fun fest 

Saturday, June 29 – Sunday, June 30, ticket price varies 

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For the first time ever, Tayto Park is having a two-day festival this weekend. Grab the whole family and ride the Cú Chulainn rollercoaster while listening to some great live music. The line-up includes The Blizzards, Key West and Jake Carter.

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