dublin events

What to do in Dublin in July


1 – Kodaline – 8 July 2016, Marlay Park:


2 - Longitude Festival - 15 – 17 June 2016, Marlay Park:

Dublin’s premier music festival is back with a bang this year! With huge acts like Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer and The National headlining this is not one to miss. Day tickets are €64.50 and €159.50 for the whole weekend. Go on ye beauty! http://www.longitude.ie/

3 – Beyonce – 9 July 2016, 17:30, Croke Park:

See the queen of R&B play Dublin’s largest music venue, Croke Park this Summer. Coming off the back of her new album Lemonade, Yonce will be busting out new tracks along with old classics. Set up to be one of the biggest gigs of the Summer, tickets start from €49.50.https://crokepark.ie/concerts/previous-concerts

4 – City Spectacular 10 July 2016, Merrion Square:

Do you want to enjoy free street performances, food villages, family workshops and much more fun? If you answered yes, then check: http://www.cityspectacular.com/about-us#sthash.hPIu3QBW.dpuf

5 - Longitude - 15 -17 July 2016, Rathfarnham:

The three-day festival where you will enjoy the performances of the biggest artists such as Hozier, Chemical Brothers, Alt-J,... combined with food, arts and crafts. http://www.longitude.ie

6 - Dublin Horse Show – 20 – 24 July 2016, RDS Main Arena:

Enjoy the best show horses and international jumpers at the Dublin Horse Show. http://www.dublinhorseshow.com/

7 - The Festival of Curiosity - 21 - 24 July 2016, Various locations:

A mixture of culture, arts, innovate technologies and science activities to enjoy with the family. From a giant outdoor Bubblearium, to special Lego Workshops and an outdoor Up to Your Element & Science Explosions stage, indulge your curiosity this July. http://www.festivalofcuriosity.ie

8 - Barcelona FC vs Celtic FC – 30 July, Aviva Stadium:

Jump on the DART on Connolly Station(1min walk from Jacobs Inn) and after few stops you will be enjoying an incredible match! http://www.avivastadium.ie/what's-on/whats-on-detail/2016/04/14/celtic-v-fc-barcelona---international-champions-cup

9 - The Beatyard - 30 - 31 July 2016, Dún Laoghaire:

A famous, small, intimate festival that takes food, beer and coffee very, very seriously. http://www.the-beatyard.com

10 – Oxegen – July 2016:

Oxegen is Ireland’s biggest annual music festival and also considered one of the ‘greenest’ festivals around. http://www.destination360.com/europe/ireland/oxegen-festival

11 – Once – July-August, Olympia Theatre:

Experience the global phenomenon that is Once at Dublin’s historic Olympia Theatre. Once’s love story has been a smash hit around the world, and yet still has an undeniably Dublin feeling to it. Tickets start from €29.50 and are selling out fast so grab yours while you can! http://www.olympia.ie/whats-on/once-the-musical/

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