Top 10 Things to do June Bank Holiday
So it is absolutely scorching out and all of us I am sure can’t wait for the 3 day weekend!! We’ve lined up a few fun frolics for you to dip your toes into while enjoying the cloud free skies this weekend.
Forbidden Fruits Festival – RKH For all you festival lovers, of course we have to mention Forbidden Fruit, which has absolute whooper line up. Check out who’s playing when so you don’t miss out on who you want to hear. Lots of international and local talent over the course of three days to tickle your fancy, and what a weekend for it.
Youbloom Dublin 2016, is returning for a forth year in a row. This is a must see if you are a music lover and want to see who is in the independent Irish music scene. “Everyting seems absolutely blooming gorgeous” – Every Irish Mammy
For more information and tickets, check out link below: http://www.youbloom.com/dublin-2016/
Of course, can’t forget Bloom, a festival of gardening, food and family. Go to the phenoix park and enjoy “every blooming ting”. For more information and tickets, click here: http://bloominthepark.com
Bloom Fridge, the experimental cousin of Bloom festival is Bloom Fridge, where there will be films, workshops, Q&As, street art, exhibitions and many more. Guess what, it is absolutely free!!!
If you are an organic foodie person, who loves markets, this is one you must check out, Green Door Market. This is a newly market that happens weekly, but not just one day a week, but Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Located right next to the liberties, which was traditionally a market place, you can get a real sense of the tradition of markets around the area. For more information, check out their facebook page or their website: https://www.facebook.com/thegreendoordublin, http://thegreendoor.ie
Outdoor cinema– Friday the 3rd of June, why not enjoy an outdoor cinema at Leopardstown Racecourse, after the final race at 9.15pm. It’s free entry so first come first served rules apply. Popcorn, soft drinks, chocolate, teas and coffees are available to purchase there. Bring a group of friends or even a date, more details check link below!
Dublin Port Festival, this weekend go to North Wall Quay where the Dublin Port Company and the Docklands Business Forum have organised a unique celebration where you can see old ships with tours, dances and entertainment for you and your family to enjoy. http://dublinriverfest.com
Women’s Mini Marathon- A tradition that started over thirty years ago, with more than over 40,000 participants. This is a perfect occasion to raise money for your favourite charity and get some exercise.
If you want to take your food out and enjoy Dublin city, have a Picnic. Just you bring along ham and cheese sandwich, Capri sun, tayto crisps and you are laughing! There are so many places where you can sit out in the sun, with some friends, i.e. the Iveagh gardens, St. Stephens Green, Merrion Square, Herbert Park, Garden of Remembrance, St. Anne’s Park, along the canal or even your local park… Just make sure you tidy and clean your rubbish after you!
If the weather is too hot, why not have a dive in the 40 foot or even sit on the edge of a rock at killiney beach. Just grab towels, sun cream and togs. Don’t even have to take the car, just get the dart southbound to Sandycove and walk to the sunny beech or to killiney where you pretend you are in Spain. Isen’t Dublin in the sun the best place to live!
Whatever you get up this weekend have fun, be safe and come back to us in one piece next week!