There are plenty of events in Dublin during August to enjoy . Events include food festivals like American styled BBQ’s, The Craft Beer and Cider Festival and hundreds of cultural events during National Heritage week. In Dublin there’s always something happening so come and join us!
The BEATYARD celebrates it’s 11th year and relocates to Dun Laoghaire Harbor, one of the most beautiful parts of Dublin, on the 1st and 2nd of August. The BEATYARD is were you go to experience music, street art, games and of course good food and drinks. The festival is divided into three areas. The EATYARD were you can get food from the best chefs. TIPPLE TOWN is the place to get a delicious cocktail before going to GAMESYARD. Do you like pinball? Crazy golf? At GAMESYARD there’s Wall 2 Wall, a shopping center, out of the box kuts, graffiti and street art wars, etc. All topped with great music from Sister Sledge, Midnight Magic, Barrington Levy, I Am The Cosmos, Embrz among many others. You can buy tickets over at their webpage.
If you look for good food and amazing flavours you’ll surely find them at The Big Grill festival. It takes place 13-16th August at Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Apart from being able to taste some of the best BBQ’s places in the world, the Big Grill also offers people competitions (mostly extra spicy challenges), craft beer stands (to help you prepare for the last weekend of August), Talks+demos and so much more. Be sure to get tickets on-line for this incredible festival, tickets from 10.
Nati onal Heritage week is an event that lets you learn lots of interesting facts from Ireland’s past. You can choose from free guided tours to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral for example ,get a free admission in Casino at Marino, and join an Open day at The Georgian Townhouse, Art talks and tours, etc. If you are interested in Irish art, history, folklore, etc. from the 22nd of August up to the 30th you can get your cultural fix thanks to the National Heritage Week.
If you went to The Big Grill festival and wanted to try more tasty craft beer or cider, the Irish craft beer and cider festival is for you. On the weekend of the 27-29th August you’ll be able to taste amazing craft beer and cider, traditional artisan Irish food and listen to live music. Don’t miss the opportunity, most of the beers and ciders will only be available during the festival. You can enjoy a pint, or more, of some of the 200 craft ciders and beers available over the 50 stands that will be waiting for you at RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Get your tickets on-line or over at the door, tickets from 10.
We’ll be visiting some of these great Festivals and Events in Dublin this August 2015 come join us