5 Dublin weekend events | August 7 – 9
Posted on August 6, 2015
Although part of me is absolutely shocked about how fast this summer is racing by, part of me is very excited about the upcoming Dublin weekend events during the busiest month in terms of tourism.
I’m hoping everyone had a great July no matter the weather! August can only top that! The rain just adds to the authentic Irish summer experience… If you’re being optimistic that is!
I can’t promise you a scorching hot August, but what I can promise is that this month will be full of great events!
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3….2….1…. Let’s dive into August!
Weather permitting, there’s an outdoor yoga session every Saturday morning at 11 a.m. organised by Happenings. Your participation fees go toward the maintenance of this lovely square. This is the most peaceful event of the week. Enjoy!
The National Concert Hall is hosting this magical event on Friday night. Haven’t heard your favourite musical tune for a while? Experiencing withdrawal symptoms? You’re in for a treat! The tickets are selling fast so make sure you book yours by calling 01 417 0000 or clicking here.
The beautiful Lighthouse Cinema is hosting an event that’s an absolute must for us cinephiles out there!
The Films You’d Love Your Kids to See is a summer event featuring great classics such as Back to the Future that’s on this Friday! Grab your popcorn and sink your teeth into the best movies you have seen or yet to see!
Over 100,000 expected visitors, approximately 1,500 horses in competition, 300 trade exhibitors and a total of €1 million in competition prizes!
The Dublin Horse Show is truly a one-of-a-kind event. We’ll have a stand with Heritage Island on Thursday, come by and receive discount cards and goodies! See you there!
One of the most hyped new attractions in Dublin, the Irish Rock Museum has opened its doors to the curious public two weeks ago. Check out the Thin Lizzy exhibition, the memorabilia from Michael Jackson to Van the Man. Perform on stage and record your very own rock hit!
The guided tour takes you through a working music venue, the Button Factory, as well as Temple Lane Studios, where legends such as The Script and Rihanna have recorded. Be the first to experience this truly remarkable tour!!
As a member of the staff of The National Wax Museum Plus, I’m hoping that whether you’re from near or far, you can make the most out of your Dublin weekend events!
Article written by Dorottya Kiss, our Hungarian-born marketing intern currently on a work placement from her French university. She’s a big fan of Dublin and of everything Irish!