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Dublin Festivals

Dublin Festivals

  • St Patricks Festival

    17th March 2014

    Join us in Dublin for 5 days of street theatre and performance, pageantry, spectacle, music, dance, literature, comedy, film, and family events.

    Ireland’s national holiday rolls into 5 days of street parties in Dublin with the St. Patrick’s Festival Parade being the highlight on St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday 17th March.

  • Dine in Dublin

    Restaurant Week 24th February – 1st March

    Make the most of the culinary delights Dublin has to offer with value menus, great entertainment and events with participating restaurants! From Mexican at Havana, to contemporary at Saba, to fusion at The Rustic Stone, there's something to suit all tastes!

    ‘Dine in Dublin Restaurant Week’ takes place twice annually, in March and October. Stay tuned for the fantastic value menus!

  • Dublin Bay Prawn Festival

    24th – 27th April

    The Dublin Bay Prawn is, without doubt, one of the tastiest foods out there and Howth is its home. Whatever way you like your Dublin Bay Prawns - barbecued, whole, shelled, fried, skewered, marinated, sauced - Howth's many award winning restaurants will serve your favourite prawn dishes in bite sized portions at the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival  "Food Village", in addition to a variety of other miniature dishes.

  • Giro d’Italia

    12th May 2014

    One of the world's greatest cycling events is coming to Dublin in 2014. The Giro d'Italia will stage it's 'Grande Partenza', the Big Start in Belfast and Dublin on May 10th-12th.

    Three race days will take place in Ireland with the exact race formats and routes to be confirmed, however day three's race will conclude with a spectacular finish in Dublin city centre.

  • Waterways Ireland Docklands

    Summer Festival 17-18th May 2014

    The Waterways Ireland Docklands Summer Festival's purpose is to provide people with an opportunity to enjoy an exciting world class urban recreational environment.

    The refurbished canal dock, originally build in the 1790s, now provides a world-class recreation space right in the centre of Dublin.

    The mix of on water activities is designed to give everybody an opportunity to participate or sit back and enjoy the show.

    Visit our Events Calendar for a full list of events.