The 1916 bus tour
What’s on in DublinThis tour of Dublin is the perfect way to understand what was going on in this city while Irish fought for their independence. The Bus tour is guided by comedians who relate on real testimonies and audio/video footages of the time to make you live a very reliable experience.Discover the city through the eyes of those who fought to make our country what it is today. Tickets can be purchased for the days between Wednesday and Sunday. For more information and bookings, visit their website.
What’s on in DublinMarlay park is the location for this spectacular event. Happening from the 14th until the 16th of July, the festival promises a sunny weekend ahead. Tickets can be purchased for single days or whole weekends, depending on which artists you would rather see. The line up includes performers such as The Weeknd and Milky Chance. Food and drinks will be available all weekend long. Make sure you book your tickets quickly, Saturday’s ones are already SOLD OUT.
Royal Horse Show
What’s on in DublinThe RDS Arena is the place for this event of the year. The English and Irish love their horse shows and you should absolutely be part of this luxurious and prestigious event right in Dublin city. From the 9th until the 13th of August, Dublin will be a very busy city for all horse fanatics. It’s a national jumping and showing competition that has been held for decades. Enjoy equestrian entertainment, shopping and great food among the high society of Dublin.
The big grill
What’s on in DublinJoin the big grill in Herbert Park on August 17th. Ireland’s biggest and most international bbq festival is waiting for you. Craft beers & delicious dishes are awaiting you and your family and friends.
What’s on in DublinOn August 31st until September 3rd, Harry Potter fans from the world gather in Dublin to celebrate the impact of this extraordinary boy. A magical line-up of guests will be present from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding world. Be there and enjoy some childhood memories on this very special weekend
What’s on in DublinThis September 3rd, the Senior Finals in Hurling are taking place in Croke Park. It’s an important sports event of the year with Hurling being Ireland’s oldest sport with more than 3,000 years of history. Additionally, the game is known to be the fastest in the world and can be compared with hockey, however being much more complex. Get your tickets for a game now and a stunning atmosphere is promised. It’s the perfect family day out. More information cab be found hereReservations