If you were too busy today to keep an eye on what went on, we've got the big stories that you may have missed out on here:
Tones And I Announce Dublin Concert
Tones and I have announced a headline show at Vicar Street. She will perform on March 3rd, 2020.
Tickets from €23 go on sale on Friday, October 4th at 9am. Spotify users can access a pre-sale from Wednesday at 9am.
Stranger Things Renewed For Season 4 By Netflix
Netflix has renewed Stranger Things for a fourth season.
Series creators The Duffer Brothers have also signed a multi-year film and series deal with the streaming service.
Half Price Entry To Dublin Zoo This Weekend
Planning a day out with the kids this weekend? The good news is Dublin Zoo is offering half price entry this Saturday and Sunday, October 5th and 6th.
It's all to celebrate World Animal Day on October 4th. To continue the celebrations, the half-price tickets will also be available on the Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of October.
World Animal Day focuses on endangered species, protecting natural habitats and supporting animal welfare.
Dublin Zoo will also have lots of family-friendly activities for visitors to enjoy this weekend (5th & 6th October) from 12-4pm including arts and crafts, face painting, keeper talks as well as lots of opportunities to learn fun and interesting facts about animals!
Met Eireann 'Fairly Confident' Hurricane Lorenzo 'Will Track Close To Ireland'
Met Eireann is "fairly confident" Hurricane Lorenzo will "track close to Ireland".
It is still not clear exactly what path Lorenzo will take, but it is expected to lose power.
Forecasters here are working with the US National Hurricane Center and others to try and predict the storm's route.
The government's National Emergency Co-ordination Group will meet at 4pm today to discuss Lorenzo.
Lorenzo has travelled further east over the Atlantic Ocean than any other hurricane of its strength.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) October 1, 2019
FlyeFit to Open New Super Gym In Dublin.
Flyefit are set to open a new super gym in Blanchardstown, worth a whopping €2.5 million.
15 new jobs will be created in the 20,000 sq foot complex in Coolmine.
No opening date has yet been given.