Ireland’s reputation as a multicultural country is further enhanced by the events slated for the 8th of August.
The day brings bags of fun and thrills as you enjoy the best Ireland has to offer.
Babylon Radio Introduces the best multi-cultural events for 8th of August, 2019;
Examine Europe Workshop
The Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute has created a series of workshops for Thursday, 8th of August.
These workshops will discuss Europe’s identity through landscapes and Townscapes, interdisciplinary methods and cultural heritage.
What effect will the recent immigration splurge have on Europe in the future, how does Brexit affect Europe’s identity? These are some of the questions which will be answered at this workshop.
If you are interested in Europe and would love to understand how the European economy, media and other elements are viewed, then this workshop is for you.
When: Thursday, 8th of August, 10am-4.30pm
How much: Free
The Wine & Cheese Festival
Iveagh Gardens will play host to the 2019 Wine and Cheese Festival. The event which is promoted by EatYard will see visitors taste, eat, drink, listen, learn and dance at the wine & cheese party.
There are two-time slots for the event on Thursday, 8th of August.
When: 12 pm to 4.30 pm and 5.30pm to 10.30 pm
How much: 12pm-4.30pm (16 euros), 5.30pm-10.30pm (20 euros)
Sold tickets cannot be refunded nor transferred to alternate timeslots.
2019 Boyne Music Festival
Thursday 8th of August will kick off the 2019 Boyne Music Festival which will be held in Drogheda.
The four-day event which will end on Sunday, 11th of August brings together musicians, poets and artists from various cultures.
The 2019 Boyne Music Festival will feature traditional Irish music as well as workshops and tours in numerous historic venues around Drogheda.
When: From 4 pm
How much: Between 6.85 euros to 80.93 euros depending on the event. You can book online at Eventbrite.ie