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Everything Happening In Dublin This Pride Weekend

Fionnuala .Jones
Fionnuala .Jones

09:52 23 Jun 2022


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Happy Pride!

Pride is back for 2022 in Dublin, with events happening across the city and county.

Whether you're heading to the Mother Block Party or looking for the lowdown on the parade, you check out the full list of Pride events happening below.

Pride March

The official Pride march kicks off around 12pm from Parnell Street before heading down O'Connell Street and on to Merrion Square - you can check out the route map here.

Pride Quarter at Merrion Square

Enjoy a full day festival fun in Merrion Square on Saturday.

This free event is suitable for all ages and includes two stages with entertainment all day, community zones, family area, quiet zone, food vendors and a new sustainability zone.

Mother Block Party, June 25th and 26th

Mother Pride Block Party returns to Collins Barracks 2022 with an epic list of performers.

Enjoy performances from Anitta, Peaches, Rina Sawayama and Irish dance act Le Boom, alongside Choice Prize nominee Elaine Mai, RuPaul's Drag Race star Blu Hydrangea, the Mother DJs, Panti Bliss, and more.

Saturday day tickets are sold out, but you can still grab a ticket for the entire weekend.

Tickets from eventbrite.ie

Pride Festival LGBTQ+ Tours, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, June 25th and 26th

EPIC is hosting special one-off tours for Pride weekend, to celebrate and commemorate Ireland's LGBTQ+ disapora.

Discover more about Ireland’s queer history past and present, and the stories of those who left.

Pride Poets, Street 66, June 28th

Pride Poets is a new LGBTQ+ spoken word and poetry night taking place on the last Tuesday of every month from 7pm to 9pm at Street 66.

Hosted by activist and artist Sonya Mulligan, every evening kicks off with three special guest performances - after that, it's an open mic session for anyone with a story to tell.

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