Do you know what to do at the weekend yet? Find here some suggestions!
Another Love Story Festival 2016
Looking for a cool music festival to go this weekend? Another Love Story is back this summer with a lot of music, art, food and good vibes. The Festival will happen in Killyon Manor, Meath, this weekend. The line-up is pretty diverse and includes Irish and International music.
Full details and line-up at: www.anotherlovestory.ie
Friday (19.08) to Sunday (21.08)
Tickets: TIER 3: (Regular) ‘Movin’ In’ – €125 / TIER 4: (Last Gasp) ‘Last Throes’ – €140 / TIER 5 : On the door – €160 (If available) – www.eventbrite.ie
All tickets include regular weekend camping.
To book Boutique Camping and Ultimate Boutique Camping go here . To book return bus to ALS from / to Dublin go here
Killyon Manor, Meath
Babalonia Tropical Soundclash
You can celebrate summer one more time with the Tropical Soundclash at The Meeting House, Temple Bar, this Friday. Featuring some of the original Babalonia djs playing urban underground street and club favourites and fresh sounds from the tropical downtown.
Swapping djs every half-hour, the party is suppose to take you on a journey through hot summer nights in the cities of Lagos, Kingston, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Kinshasa, Johannesburg, Bogota, Caracas, Port Of Spain, Paris, New York, Miami, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Athens, Bamako, Addis Ababa, London, Berlin, Istanbul, Turin, Seville, Bucharest, Belgrade, Bangkok, Mexico City, Mumbai, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Havana, Lima, Lahore, Marrakesh… and back to Dublin, in an international dancefloor fusion.
The Meeting House is a cool bar with good cocktails and food and a large smoking terrace. Cocktails will be 2 for 1.
Friday (19.08) – 10:00 pm to 3:00 am
The Meeting House – Sycamore street, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
90’s weekend with 90’s FM
If you like 90’s songs…well I think everybody does. McGowans of Phibsboro in association with 90’s FM is having a 90’s party all weekend. It sounds like it is going be good fun! You get nostalgic all you want and enjoy your favourite 90’s hits!
Thursday (18.08) to Sunday (21.08) – from 10:00 pm
McGowans of Phibsboro – 18 Phibsboro Road, Dublin 7
Summer Sessions – Lillie’s Bordello
What about a bit of jazz to kick off your weekend. Lillie’s Bordello will provide you with a jazz night this Thursday. Featuring familiar old jazz numbers and contemporary songs, it seems like it will be a good late night in the lounge. Feel free to put on your retro outfit and make sure you try one of their cocktails.
Summer Sessions will feature singers, Alex Montemor & Maria Lola Roche, plus special guest Robson Rocha on guitar.
The night starts at 8.30pm, in the exclusive VIP Library Room in Lillie’s Bordello, which you will have full access to on the night.
Thursday (18.08) – from 8:30 pm
There is no cover charge but is a ticketed event, so I would recommend to book ticket on www.eventbrite.ie – as limited number of tickets available.
Lillie’s Bordello – Grafton Street, 1-2, D02 RP20 Dublin
Live At The Liquor Rooms Vol V
If you are in the mood for some live music and good drinks in a cozy place, this Sunday, you should probably join the fifth session of Live At The Liquor Rooms. They will have the amazing Little One, Fiona Hart and Claire Mulholland. It is a great opportunity to discover some new talents of Dublin, something that I love doing.
¨Little One are an indie alternative group formed in Dublin. Their music is comprised of a mixture of electronica, post rock, neo-soul and folk,with their influences varying from Radiohead to Elliott smith, Alt J and Robert Glasper. Theband are presently in the midst of recording their first EP and plan to launch their debut single “The Habbit” in September 2016¨
¨Fiona Harte is a Northern Irish pop singer-songwriter who is releasing her debut EP in October of this year.Her influences include Lianne la Havas, Joni Mitchell and Daughter. With an EP release due in January 2017 and a tour later in the year, the future is looking bright!¨
¨Claire Mulholland is an Irish Singer Songwriter who works in and around the genre of R&B/Soul. With her latest self-recorded and self-produced four-track series release, she is currently working to introduce herself into Ireland’s bustling live music scene. Claire is also a session singer, currently singing backing vocals for the upcoming pop/funk band, TADGH¨
Sunday (21.08) – 8:00 pm
The Liquor Rooms – 5 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
Love Brunch Ft Dj IQ @ House, Dublin
Nothing like a nice brunch to heal your hangover and get you ready for more party! Love Brunch is back for round 2 at House this Saturday, this time, teaming up with Kopparberg and Absolute to get the party going.
Join them between 12pm and 2.30pm to enjoy a complimentary brunch. DJs will be playing from 12 – 6pm and acts will be in throughout.
Line-up: Dj IQ / James Rodgers
Saturday (20.08) – 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Tickets: €25 – www.eventbrite.com
Tables bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
House Dublin – 27 Lower Leeson St, Dublin
Midsummer Night’s Taste
You don’t want to do anything crazy on Saturday? What about combining healthy food with comedy and live music on a chilled night? Midsummer Night’s Taste offers organic – vegetarian dinner, wine tasting in theatrical setting of fairy world, music and live comedy performance.
They say that this is like no other Dinner & Show Event. Upon arrival, you will be greeted with a glass of specially imported Italian wine and take in the atmosphere and the artwork (desinged by Ms Linda Capita) of our Midsummer Night’s Dream. Following your first taste of the menu, you will be invited to come and taste all of the food from the buffet menu in addition to their Midsummer Night Dream Theatrical Performance. Following your meal & live show, you will be treated to more wine, freedom to walk around the event to vue the artwork, discuss the menu, the wine and really enjoy the atmosphere of Midsummer Night’s Taste! There will be also live music towards the end of the event so you can chat, enjoy the wine and relax.
Featuring Fresh Organic Homemade Italian meals, a live theatrical show, artwork and live musical entertainment, this event sounds pretty interesting! Doesn’t it?
Saturday (20.08): 8:30 pm
Tickets: €50 – www.eventbrite.ie
Book now or contact Silvia at 087 365 1171.
Dublin Food Co-op – 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8
India Day 2016
India Day 2016 will showcase numerous Irish and Indian Dance & Musical performances. Bollywood and Traditional Indian dances from various Indian states would be a treat to watch. Taste the fresh flavours of traditional Indian cooking, learn how to dance to the enchanting sounds of India’s music. Celebrate the art and film of a diverse and ancient land rich with culture and history.
India Day is an event hosted every year around the 15th of August to commemorate India’s Independence. India Day is organised by the Federation of Indian Communities in Ireland (FICI) at Farmleigh, the official Irish State guest house.
Saturday (20.08) – 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Farmleigh House, Pheonix Park – Dublin
Olympic Fun Fest
That one seems to be a fun family event. Olympic Fun Fest is suppose to bring the atmosphere of Rio to Smithfield Square with friendly celebration of the Olympic Games, this Sunday.
“Olympic Fun Fest will attract visitors from across Ireland and is sure to be an invigorating event from start to finish. Spectators will be invited to celebrate the host nation with dance classes from MaSamba Samba School, a Brazilian BBQ and a spectacular carnival atmosphere. Masamba’s Brazilian dancers will also provide live entertainment on the stage, sponsored by Fresh The Good Food Market”.
- Street Games
- Kiddies Fun Decathlon
- Inflatable Games
- Face painting with the Q102 Blue Crew
- MaSamba Dance Performances
- Samba Workshops for Adults & Children
- Food stalls
Generator Dublin will also be hosting the Smithfield Market Fair on the day. This monthly pop up vintage and craft market features vintage clothing, jewellery and art & crafts stalls.
Sunday (21.08) – 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Smithfield Square, Dublin 7
Björk: Biophilia Live
‘Biophilia Live’ is a spectacular concert film that captures the human element of Björk’s multi-disciplinary multimedia project: Biophilia.
Recorded live at Björk’s show at London’s Alexandra Palace in 2013, the film features Björk and her band performing every song on ‘Biophilia’ and more using a broad variety of instruments – some digital, some traditional, and some completely unclassifiable.
The film has been hailed as “a captivating record of an artist in full command of her idiosyncratic powers” (Variety) and “an imaginative stand-alone artwork” (Hollywood Reporter) and is a vital piece of the grand mosaic that is ‘Biophilia.’
Saturday (20.08) – 10:30 pm to 0:10 am
Tickets: €10 – Here
Light House Cinema – Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Happenings with 7up Presents Summer Cinema – Sing Street
Happenings with 7Up will be screening Sing street in Merrion Square. The film tells the story of a boy growing up in Dublin during the 1980s escapes his strained family life by starting a band to impress the mysterious girl he likes.
There’ll be food, coffee and other treats for sale!
Thursday (18.08) – 8:00 pm (Screening starts when the sun goes down, so around 10PM)
Tickets: €5 – on sale at usheru.com until 2PM on the day. A number of tickets will be available at the gate as well.
Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Smithfield Market X One Box
That is my suggestion of market for this weekend. The Smithfield Market Fair have teamed up with the guys from One Box Record Fair to bring you a very special edition of market on Sunday.
Brought to you by All City Records & Eighty Eight Records, 20 hand picked sellers will be invited to bring one box of records which they want to sell or trade with All City Records DJs on the decks throughout the day.
The monthly market fair will feature the usual favourites including:
Vintage Clothing / Thrift Stores / Vinyl Records / Jewellery / Art & Crafts / Live Music & DJs / Food / Bar / Live Sports Screenings
Sunday(21.08) – 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
The Generator Hostel – Smithfield Square, Dublin 7
HAVE A GORGEOUS WEEKEND!