dublin events

What to do in Dublin in June

17/05/2016

1.Bloomsday Festival – 11- 16 June 2016, James Joyce Centre:

Bloomsday celebrates Thursday 16 June 1904, which is the day depicted in James Joyce’s novel Ulysses. The Festival commemorates Bloom’s “walking out” with a week-long celebration, that include dressing up like characters from the book and in clothes that would have been the style of the era to help recreating the atmosphere of 1904 Dublin. http://jamesjoyce.ie/bloomsday

2 – NXT LIVE! – 14 June 2016, 3Arena:

Don’t miss your chance to see NXT live and in-person! http://3arena.ie/index.php/artist/wwe-presents-nxt-live/1374


4 – Taste of Dublin – 16 – 19 June 2016, Iveagh Gardens:

Come on down to the beautiful Iveagh Gardens right in the heart of Dublin city to enjoy a feast for the senses like you’ve never experienced before! Some of Dublin’s best and most renowned restaurants will all be in the one place, along with live entertainment and music every day! Tickets starting from €15, which ain’t too shabby for some of Dublin’s best gourmet dining. Not one for foodies to miss, you’re going to need to come back for a nap in the hostel afterwards, trust us. http://dublin.tastefestivals.com/

5 - Venture World Cup – 17 – 19 June 2016, Dublin’s Docklands and Dollymount Beach:

Dublin is the city where the journey finishes after travelling in many of Ireland’s coastal towns. To celebrate it, in the Dublin Docklands you will enjoy activities for all family including music performances, water sports activities and a food and drinks village. http://www.ventureoffshorecup.com/

6 - Rihanna – 21 June 2016, Aviva stadium:

The “Anti World Tour” is the seventh concert tour by Rihanna in support of her eighth studio album Anti. It is scheduled to take place in North America and Europe with a total of 74 shows, including Dublin, the 21st of June. http://www.avivastadium.ie/what's-on/2016/01/04/rihanna---anti-world-tour-2016

7 – Dublin Pride Festival – 22 – 26 June 2016, Different locations:

During 5 days Dublin will host various spectacles, celebrations and extravaganzas that promote LGBTQ diversity. The 25th of June is when the flamboyant centrepiece of the festival will take place, the Pride Parade, starting only 5 walk from Jacobs Inn. http://www.dublinpride.ie/

8 - Rainbow Run – 25 June 2016 09:00 – 16:00, West Pier, Dun Laoghaire:

C’mon now let’s be honest for a minute, who doesn’t love mad colours and cheesy 90s pop tunes? The type of people you don’t want to be your mates, that’s who. And by extension the type of people who won’t be at this year’s Rainbow Run! Run along the gorgeous Dun Laoghaire coastline, just a 20 minutes DART ride from Jacobs Inn, as you get pelted with paint dust so that by the time you arrive at the finish line for a 90s dance party you’ll be bopping as works of art, not just as people. Tickets are €25. http://rainbowrun.ie/

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