Events Happening in Dublin
WHAT'S ON IN DUBLIN THIS SEPTEMBER?
As restrictions begin to lift, we're seeing more and more events return to our nation's capital!
TASTE OF DUBLIN: 1-5TH SEPTEMBER
Ireland's Premier Food and Drink Festival. Discover Dublin's best restaurants all in one place.Sample signature dishes as well as exclusive off-menu items.
DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: 11-26TH SEPTEMBER
The Fringe Festival of Dublin is an annual contemporary performing arts festival providing a mix of paid and free events.
CULTURE NIGHT: 17TH SEPTEMBER
Culture Night is an island wide event. Organised by the Arts Council, Culture Night celebrates all that makes up the richness and diversity of culture in Ireland today. With numerous free events on throughout the city, it's the perfect night out for all the family.
The 3Arena is one of the top 10 busiest music venues in the world, and hosts some of the most famous singers in the world when they go on tour. The venue is just a short stop away via the Red Line Luas, or for those who like taking in the sights, a relaxing stroll along the Liffey.
15min via Luas.
With a capacity of 82,300, Croker Park is the third largest stadium in Europe. It plays host to the GAA games Gaelic Football, Hurling and also Camogie. It is also used as an outdoor concert venue with artists such as Beyoncé selling out the stadium while on world tours.
It is 10 minutes away from Connolly Station via the DART to the Drumcondra stop.
It is a 30 minute walk from the hotel, however on days of large hurling/ gaelic football matches, the streets are packed with large crowds making their way to the stadium, creating an electric atmosphere in the streets.