Happy New Year to All Visitors to Dublin! Tourism forecasts suggest that visitor numbers to Ireland are set to continue to increase in 2015 with even greater numbers visiting the capital. Dublin has a wealth of attractions and reasons to visit and no matter what your preferences there is always something to do in this city. Here are some of the events in Dublin at the start of 2015: Jack & The Beanstalk
Upcoming Events in Dublin
Dublin has something to do for everyone of all ages. Here is a selection of some of the best events in Dublin. Festivals, music, theatre, sport and much more.
Winter Funderland Date: 5th of Dec 2014 to 11th of Jan 2015 Venue: RDS Simmonscourt, Ballsbridge Winter Funderland aims to capture the magic of Christmas. A festival of family entertainment in one location. Funderland - Europe's largest indoor theme park, iSkate on Ice-Ireland’s largest ice rink and Fossett's exclusive Christmas Circus. Winter Funderland will be a festival to delight the senses and capture the
Dara O'Briain - Crowd Tickler Date: 15th October 2014 – 15th November 2014 Venue: Vicar Street One of Ireland’s favourite comedians now based in the UK, Dara O’Briain brings his new show Crowd Tickler to Vicar Street for 16 dates October and November. He is well known TV presenter of The Panel, Mock the Week, Dara Ó Briain: School of Hard Sums and The Apprentice: You're Fired! For more details check
The Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show 2012 is taking place from August 15th – 19th. It is a famous Dublin institution which shows off Irish Horse Breeding and top class National and International Showjumping. The Nations Cup will feature Ireland competing against the top show jumping countries in the world. Competitions during the week include the Power & Speed Championship, the Land Rover Puissance, The
Handel’s Day 13 April 2011 Venue: Temple Bar A celebration of music and history in 18th century Dublin from 10am until 12 midnight. There will be lots of free activities going on in the Temple Bar Area. Handel’s Messiah was first performed on Fishamble Street in Temple Bar and will be commemorated with an outdoor event Messiah on the Street, as well as a special performance of A Global Hallelujah by three national
Dublin hosts some major sporting events throughout the year. These events attract visitors from home and abroad as well as local Dublin fans. These events are usually a major source of revenue for Dublin Hotels and Dublin Bed and Breakfast accommodation. The GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) hosts numerous games of Gaelic Football and Hurling in its main Dublin Stadium. Croke Park. The finals of the Gaelic Football