The Battle for the Bay Watersport Festival is returning to Dollymount Strand this weekend, where over 65,000 people are expected to turn out to watch kite surfers perform an array of aerial acrobatics.
After a long winter of training, surfers will take part in race and freestyle competitions, performing daring technical tricks and feats.
Battle of the Bay is a free weekend-long event with activities for adults and kids including freestyle shows, paddle boarding and kite surfing introductions.
There is also a Kids Zone, beach market, and a Biodiversity Village where you can explore the wildlife of Dublin Bay with some very friendly experts. Acts like DJ Proudfoot, Rathfarnam Ukulele Group and King Kong Band will perform live music, while visitors will be able to try an balance on a slackline for 10 seconds in the hope of beating records set by Tokyo and Munich.
For the first time, FLYEfit will be offering a number of free classes on the beach including bootcamps, yoga, zumba, step aerobics.
The Battle of the Bay will take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May 2017 on Dollymount Strand from 10.30am-6pm, and late night entertainment will continue at The Church beside Jervis, which will play host a Hawaiian beach style night.