Spending the summer months in Dublin? From music festivals to traditional Irish sport and dance, you might find that there's so much going that there’s too much to choose! Luckily, we're here to help. We asked the staff at BSC Dublin what events not to miss this summer in Dublin.
What's on in Dublin this Summer
1. Beatyard Festival
When? 3rd-4th August
With boat parties, bands, food trucks and so much more, Beatyard is an unmissable festival just an hour outside of Dublin city centre. With tickets starting from as little as €59, this festival is both affordable and a lot of fun.
2. The Big Grill Festival
When? 15th-18th August
For lovers of beer and BBQ, the Big Grill festival offers the perfect day out. Just 30 minutes from our Dublin English school by bus, this festival is the perfect place to try and incredible range of international cuisine and relax on a summer evening.
3. Love Sensation Festival
When? 17th & 18th August
Aimed at the LGBT community but with performers that everyone will love, Love Sensation is a pop music and drag festival taking place at Royal Hospital Kilmainham. This year’s headliners include Lily Allen, Kelis and Clean Bandit.
4. Foo Fighters at the RDS Arena
When? 21st August
Fans of punk and classic rock will be happy to hear that the one and only Foo Fighters will be performing in Dublin on the 21st of August! Get your tickets before they sell out.
5. Post Malone live
When? 22nd August
Post Malone, the American rapper behind the hit song ‘Sunflower,’ will be performing at Dublin’s RDS Arena on the 22nd August. Tickets are selling fast so if you’re a big fan make sure you don’t delay before you get yours!
6. The Wine and Cheese Festival
When? 8th-11th August
Set in the picturesque Iveagh Gardens, the Wine and Cheese Festival is the perfect opportunity to sample local wine and cheese. With food challenges, music and award-winning vendors you'll be entertained as well as well fed at this delicious festival.
7. Traditional Irish Sport at Croke Park
When? Several dates until September
If you want to experience something uniquely Irish, head to Croke Park, the 3rd largest stadium in Europe, to watch some traditional Irish sport. Hosting both Gaelic Football and hurling, Croke Park has a great range of matches and events for you to catch all the way up until September.
If you want to discover more of Ireland and improve your English, then check out our English language school in Dublin, Ireland. You can also follow the school on Facebook for competitions, video, and local updates!