It's set to be a very busy weekend in Dublin, with Well Fest, Cliff Diving and many more big events going on.
Red Bull Cliff Diving
The big one is the Redbull Cliff Diving World Series, which is expected to attract a crowd of over 50,000 across the weekend.
For the first time ever, the World Series will take place in Dún Laoghaire Harbour on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May.
The world's elite male and female divers will go head to head on Carlisle Pier in front of thousands of spectators.
Don't miss out, both days from 5PM!
This is what it takes to score a 10 in #RedBullCliffDiving 🔥💪See for yourself how high the standard is LIVE this weekend in Dún Laoghaire!
— Red Bull Ireland (@redbullIRE) May 9, 2019
Buckfast Bottomless Brunch
If diving from 27 meters isn't your cup of tea, than maybe a glass of Buckfast is more up your alley.
A ticket to this event, gets you: bottomless Buckfast from 11am until 2pm on either May 11th or 12th & pizza from the Big Blue Bus.
Saying no to carbs and alcohol this weekend?
Europe's largest outdoor health and wellness festival returns to the Royal Hospital Kilmainham this Saturday & Sunday.
Learn from the best 150 health and wellness experts, alongside a large selection of classes, workshops and seminars.
All activities are included in the ticket price and there is no limit to the amount of activities you can do!
Disney On Ice
The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice is back in Dublin all weekend, at the Citywest Hotel.
Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on an inspiring walk down memory lane in celebration of magic and family fun.
Plus many more of your Disney favorites will take to the ice this Saturday & Sunday in Dublin.
BYOB Comedy Bus Tour
This is a two birds, one stone type of event. See Dublin in all its glory, while laughing along the way to a comedy set.
The best part: You can BRING YOUR OWN BEER!
Along the way you'll get a fully guided funny tour of:
-Garden of Remembrance
-Spire and O'Connell Street
-St. Patrick's Cathedral
Bus tour kicks off at 7PM EVERY Saturday. Get your tickets here.
Now you know what's on, next you'll need to know what to wear...
Saturday will be a bright and mostly dry day with good sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees.
Sunday and the early days of next week sees mainly dry and sunny weather developing as high pressure settles over Ireland. There'll be high cloud at times making the sun appear hazy. Temperatures will range between 13 or 14 degrees along the east coast.
Enjoy your weekend!
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