It’s not often we get a scorcher of a weekend so, if you’re looking to make the most of this sporadic occasion – look no further!
The highly anticipated Longitude Festival will be taking place across this weekend and it’s predicted to be its best yet. The festival is due to take place in Marlay Park from Friday to Sunday, and will play host to a number of international superstars including; Kendrick Lamar, The Lumineers and Daughter. If you’re looking to make the festival unforgettable you should head along to Desperados House Party at the festival. Their tent will include the No Chance of Sitting Room, a Boombox Living Room, a Karaoke Kitchen and a garden where make-up artists will be dishing out the latest festival looks. Unfortunately, if you haven’t already bought your ticket you won’t be able to head along on Friday or Saturday, but if you’re looking for Sunday tickets you can buy them here – quick, before they sell out!
Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular
If you’re looking for a more relaxed, low-key weekend activity look no further than Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular. The event will return to Cork’s Fitzgerald Park on July 16th and 17th, following a successful run in Dublin’s Merrion Square last weekend. It’s the biggest summer festival in Ireland, and it’s perfect for a family day out, with a range of activities available including; creative arts & crafts workshops in the “Artzone”, happy yoga and dance classes and an imagination playground from ‘Imaginosity’. It’s bound to be a weekend to remember and best of all, it’s free!
Once The Musical
If you’re looking for some evening entertainment why not head along to Once The Musical, which is now showing in the Olympia Theatre. The musical is back after popular demand and has received rave reviews from critics. There are loads of pre-theatre menus available through out the city too so why not make a night of it? Tickets are priced from €29.50 and are available from Ticketmaster.ie.
Earagail Arts Festival
This is one for all lovers of the arts. The Earagail Arts Festival 2016 is taking place in Donegal from the 8th-24th of July 2016. It’s a summer festival of music, theatre, visual arts, spoken word and outdoor spectacles for all ages on Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way. This iconic festival is the largest bilingual, multidisciplinary festival in Ireland, which brings the very best of local and international performances to the people and visitors of Co. Donegal. It’s the perfect choice for the ultimate weekend getaway.