Want to enjoy a weekend of Country Music, Country Market, food, fun & festivities? Dublin Goes Country is coming to Dublin on the 14th & 15th of July. Come out and join as the celebration of the yodelin’ yokels and everything that has made country music so popular around the world, especially in Ireland.
This event has multi-venues are different shows each day. Saturday will see two great venues – The Grand Social and The Underground. In Smithfield Sq on Sunday the 15th there will be live music, food, loads of activities for kids, amusements, face painting, human rodeo, Square dancing lessons and more!
Don’t hesitate! Call your friend and family!
July 14th – July 15th
Want to enjoy a weekend with your good friends? Why not go to the Longitude?
Over 30 artists are going to celebrate the beautiful summer time in the longitude!
Cole will headline the Friday night of Longitude. The hip-hop performer and producer will be joined by Grammy nominated rap trio Migos and Irish single chart #1 hitmaker Post Malone.
On Saturday 14th Travis Scott leads the line up. Travis has set the stage for 2018 with his third full-length album, Astroworld which promises “the best music of my career.” Diplo returns to Longitude and Tyler, The Creator will perform on Saturday night.
Solange will hit the main stage as the Sunday night headliner. Solange’s latest album ‘A Seat At The Table’ earned her first ever Grammy win and topped the Billboard album charts. Anderson. Paak & The Free Nationals and Sampha complete the Sunday billing.
Go and enjoy the summer vibes!
€69.50 (Sunday limited ticket available here)
Marlay Park, Grange Road, Dublin
You can taste French cuisine and enjoy French entertainment and music!
The Alliance francaise will also be offering goodie bags, Membership and French courses to the winners of competitions taking place on that day.
Admission free, no booking
Saturday July 14th, 4.30pm – 2am
The Church, Wolf Tone Square, Dublin 1
Dublin celebrates “The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever” with a group performance of the “Wuthering Heights” dance routine in the windy moors of St Anne’s park.
This event supports Women’s Aid, a leading national organisation that has been working in Ireland to stop domestic violence against women and children since 1974.
Buy your ticket here
Saturday July 14th