What is the craic for the weekend: 28.07

Need some inspiration for what to do at the weekend? Check this out!



The Beatyard Festival 2016

That is one of the reasons why I love summertime, we have plenty of festivals to enjoy while the sun is shinning. The Beatyard Festival seems to be one of the good ones, offering music, arts, tech, games, sports , drink, food, design & discussion.
Does it sound good? So check out the line-up and the details of all the attractions:


Saturday (30.07), Sunday (31.07) – 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Bank Holiday Weekend)

Tickets: Kids 0-2 go Free | Kids 2-12 €5 Day, €10 Weekend | 13-17 No Admittance | Adults €49 Day, €79 Weekend

Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin

Lumo Summer All-Dayer Party



You love dancing and all you need this weekend to forget about the world is some good music to dance all day and night long? Well, I have a suggestion for you, Lumo is having the tenth edition of their all-day summer party.

The Yacht-and Summer-themed  dancing party will start at 2pm at a “Secret Outdoor Location” by the water, somewhere near city centre, with Lumo DJs, DJ Sally Cinnamon,  Arveene & Misk and PHARE.

From 8pm you will have the option to keep good vibes going with Mix & Fairbanks in Tengu’s smoking area. There, you will have access to a food menu, which means you can feed your body and then get ready to keep feeding your soul with music and fun for the rest of the night.

Check out the Lumo Club chart: https://open.spotify.com/user/nialler9/playlist/0Tho4gpw94VtaFvIW05RGh

Saturday (30.07) – from 2pm

Tickets: €15 for both day and night or €10 for just the day / €8 for the night.

Secret Location by the water, not far from Dublin City Centre.
Downstairs, Bar Tengu @ Yamamori Sushi, 38/39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1

Zumba Blowout Party Dublin


It looks like dancing Zumba is the thing of the moment! I particularly think that the combination of workout with dance is just perfect. If you, like me, are curious about the dance and would like to give it a try, maybe you should attend the Zumba Blowout Party this Friday. The idea of the event is to get instructors together to finish the summer classes with a big party.

Friday (29.07) – from 8:00 pm

Tickets: €15  – www.eventbrite.ie

Saint Brigid’s GAA –  Dublin, Ireland 15

Alok – Faction – (Sin Dublin)


In Sin Night Club you will find some more electronic music to dance on Friday night.  The club will be receiving the Brazilian Alok, whose tracks combine heavier techno-influenced beats with house music groove. They will have open-bar bands for the night.

If you comment “ALOK & Faction!” on the event wall on Facebook you have the chance to win a pair of open-bar bands! (Worth €120, Covers entry and all drinks all night!)

Alok [Koolwaters Records]

Line up :


Friday (29.07) – from 10:00 pm

Tickets:€15/€18 /€20/€25  – Open-Bar Bands – €60 – Available from Faction Reps Gabriel Rodrigues/ Sin Office & Eventbrite

Sin Night Club – 17-19 Sycamore Street, Dublin

Bank Holiday Sunday Session

Have you planned anything for Sunday (August Bank Holiday) yet? What about doing something different and enjoying some Samba music in a very happy environment?  Howl at the Moon will have their 4th edition of ‘Samba Yard’ with Dublin’s finest Brazilian musicians in their Terrace from 6pm to 10pm.
There will be also DJ’s playing a massive mix with something to suit everyone, all night long!

I nearly forgot to mention! All pints, bottles, and shots will be at €2.50!

Sunday (31.07) – 6:00 pm to 2:30 am 

Admission: €1 from 6pm – 9pm / €5 after

Howl at the Moon – 7 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2

 Rhythm & Booze


Another suggestion for you Sunday would be “Rhythm & Booze” event in The Liquor Rooms. They will be bringing it back to old school RnB and hip-hop for you to dance the night away. Not to mention the venue is amazing! Make sure you try at least one of their gorgeous original cocktails.

Sunday (31.07) – from 10 pm

Free Entry (25+)

The liquor Rooms – 5 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2


Howth Hop House 13 Jazz & Blues Festival


Do you like jazz and blues? Howth Hop House 13 Jazz and Blues Festival will have a number of amazing jazz and blues acts playing in 13 locations all weekend!

Check out the details on the Facebook page of the event: Howth Hop House 13 Jazz & Blues Festival


Friday (29.07) to Monday (01.08) 

Howth, Co Dublin

Hotter Than July 2016



Bringing the celebration of community, culture, creativity and diversity in Dublin, this event is a very interesting one! Hotter than July will be in Smithfield Square for a “free daytime event full of feel-good rhythms and infectious melodies from South America, Eastern Europe, India, West Africa and of course West Clare”. Everybody welcome!

For more details, videos and tunes from the lineup visit:

Sunday (31.07) – 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Free Entry
Smithfield Square, Dublin 7


Official Pokemon Go Dublin Event


As a big fan of Pokemon Go, you may know that people around the world have been creating events to get together and catch different pokemons. In Dublin there will be a few Pokemon events over the next couple of days. The “Official Pokemon Go Dublin Event” will take place in Phoenix Park. We do not have all the details yet, but we know it will be this Friday from 11pm.

Check the Facebook page of the event for updates.

Friday (29.07) – from 11:00 pm

Phoenix Park, Dublin

Ireland’s Largest Water Fight


Oh my God! I can’t imagine a more summary event than this one! Ireland’s Largest Water Fight will take place on Killiney Beach, Dublin and promises to be a lot of fun!

Don’t forget to bring your water guns, super soakers, spare dry clothes, towel,  and also some snacks and drinks if you like.

Monday (01.07) – 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm


Killiney Beach, Dublin – The beach can be easily accessed by Dart, bus and car.

The Music, CD & Record Fair

Into music? Ireland’s biggest record fair might interest you. The event will have 45 tables of vinyl, CDs, DVDs, memorabilia and lots more brought by dealers from England and all over Ireland.
Friday (29.07) to Sunday (31.07) – 3pm – 8pm (Friday), 10:30am – 7pm (Saturday), 10:30am – 6pm (Sunday)


Filmbase – Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland 2

The Festival of Chariots/Rathayatra Ireland 2016



This one is for Hare Krishna Devotees. The Festival of Chariots will bring Lord Jagannatha, Lord Baladeva and Subadhra through the streets of Dublin, from Merrion Square to St. Stephen’s Green Park, where they have an amazing line-up of dance, kirtan, drama, philosophy, prasadam and much more.

Saturday (30.07) – 11:00 am to 5:00 pm


Merrion Square West to St.Stpehen Green Park – Dublin 


Vodafone Comedy Festival



Vodafone Comedy Festival is back for another summer of fun in the Iveagh Gardens, bringing big names in comedy like Bill Burr, Des Bishop, Foil Arms and Hog, Al Porter and Stewart Francis to name but a few!

Find out more at http://vodafonecomedy.com

Thursday (28.07) – Sunday (31.07) 

Tickets: €20 to €39  – Book your tickets at: http://vodafonecomedy.com/programme/

Iveagh Gardens – Harcourt Street, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

Happenings with 7Up Free Presents Summer Cinema – Jurassic Park


If you intend to have a chilled Saturday, what about going for a movie in an outdoor cinema? Happenings with  7Up will be screening Jurassic Park in Fitzwilliam Square this Saturday evening. Enjoy the film and the good weather!

Saturday (30.07) – Doors at 8:00PM (Screening starts when the sun goes down, so around 10PM)

Tickets: €5.80 at usheru.com until 2PM on the day or  at the gate.

Fitzwilliam Square – 20 Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2


Dublin Flea Market


My suggestion for a market to explore this week is the Dublin Flea Market. They have a lot of stalls selling vintage clothes, jewelry and accessories, pop up cards, furniture and more.

Sunday (31.07) – 11:00 am to 2:00 pm (every last Sunday of the month)
Free Entry 
The Dublin Food Co-op, Newmarket Square, Dublin 8

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