We’ve heard rumours from the grapevine that it’s to be a stunning weekend, so get out there and enjoy yourself! From Body & Soul to local festivals and comedy; there’s something for everyone to dip their foot into. Happy weekend from IMAGE!
Friday June 21 to Sunday June 23
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If you’re heading for the weekend, you’re probably already on the road, but if you’re looking to attend one of the best festivals of the summer, there are still some Sunday tickets for sale here. With some amazing acts including King Kong Company, Wyvern Lingo and plenty of arts and culture chat, we’re already planning our route. Check out our full guide to the festival here .
Friday June 21 – Sunday June 23, from 11am, free
Get yourself out to Skerries this weekend for three fun days as part of Fáilte Ireland’s ‘Dublin, Surprising By Nature’. The festival will consist of paddleboard and kayak testers, swimming races, sailing displays, sand castle competitions, an outdoor cinema and live music. There will also be Ireland’s first east coast Currach Race, in which the currachs must transport a full keg of Guinness around the three islands in Skerries.
You also won’t be stuck for crafts or food as a tented village will hold many vendors, craftspeople and family amusements, as the 10 pubs and 20 restaurants in the area serve up some local favourites.
Thursday June 20 – Sunday June 23 , price varies
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One of the biggest events of the summer, Dublin Pride is your chance to get involved and celebrate every corner of LGBTQ+ history and culture. if you’re around the capital it can’t be missed! Check out our full guide to Pride 2019 here.
Foil, Arms & Hog, Vicar Street
Thursday June 20- Friday June 21,€29.50
This weekend we see George Ezra and Lana Del Rey take the stage in Malahide Castle. Although, George Ezra is sold out if you’re craving a good gig in the (hopefully) sunshine there are still Lana Del Rey tickets available on Ticketmaster for €72.37.
A Celebration of Summer at The Oak
Tuesday, June 25 at 7pm
Fancy extending the weekend to a tipple on Tuesday? The Oak on Dame Street are staging their own celebration of the season on Tuesday with a multi-sensory wine tasting experience with Campo Viejo, searching the various ways we taste and experience wine in different settings (with plenty of tapas to celebrate too, of course). Tickets are just €20 for a lovely night out.
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