Looking for something to do this weekend? We've teamed up with Dublin Gazette to bring you the best events on in the city over the coming days.
Longitude, Marlay Park – Friday to Sunday
Longitude returns for its sixth staging at Marlay Park this weekend. Solange, Travis Scott, J. Cole and Post Malone will be among a host of acts set to appear over the course of the weekend-long festival.
Weekend tickets for the festival are sold out but there are still some Sunday tickets available via Ticketmaster.
If you're heading along, you can check out everything you need to know here.
Drag Brunch, Rathmines - Saturday
Taking place this Saturday, Pot Bellied Pig’s Drag Brunch makes its return to Rathmines. The second-to-last brunch in their summer series, Pot Bellied Pig’s brunch is hosted by glamourous queen Miss Taken, alongside Heiress Blackstone and Athena. The restaurant deem it an “all-singing, all-dancing and all-fabulous” event, which starts at 3pm. Tickets for the brunch include your choice of beer or prosecco, a dish from the brunch menu, and more. There will also be drink promotions and competitions on the day, which is sure to be a show-stopper. If you can’t make it this Saturday, there’ll be another brunch on August 11 and another in September so you don’t miss out.
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10 HANDS Art Exhibition, Smithfield - Friday
Friday sees the start of 10 HANDS, a collaborative art exhibition at Ground Floor Gallery, at The Complex, Little Green Street in Smithfield. A joint project between five Dublin-based artists – Robyn Carey, Cian Ryan, Johnny Brennan, Gary Merrin and Nicole Kelly – admission to the exhibition is free and runs until 5pm on Saturday. 10 HANDS sees the five artists collaborate on a series of art prints, engaging themselves with the processes of silk screen printing as an art form. Despite the rise of digital matter in creative industries, the exhibition adopts a deliberate counter movement focus on traditional screen printing as a medium and process, with the show centred around five collaborative screen prints.
Dublin Goes Country, City Centre – Saturday & Sunday
For those looking for a city centre alternative to Longitude this weekend, a number of Country music-themed events are coming to the capital. Dublin Goes Country will run across a number of venues – including the Grand Social, the Underground and Smithfield Square – from July 14-15. Saturday will see the Grand Social and the Underground transformed into an authentic ‘honky-tonk’ as some of the best musicians Ireland has to offer, and some country stars from abroad, will take to the stage. On Sunday, Smithfield Square will play host to live music, a ‘Country market’, food and activities for kids, as well as a human rodeo, pony rides and square-dancing lessons. For further information, see Dublin Goes Country on Facebook.
JULY 13 (Friday)
Paul Simon @ RDS, €100+
Robocobra Quartet + Just Mustard + The Felonies @ Workman’s Club, €8
Gavin Glass @ Whelan’s, €15
Alabama 3 @ The Purty Kitchen, Dun Laoghaire, €25
The Innocent Bystander @ Whelan’s (Upstairs), €11
JULY 14 (Saturday)
Damien Dempsey @ Iveagh Gardens, €40
Seo Linn @ Whelan’s, €16
Doyle @ The Bowery, €20
Punch Face Champions @ Whelan’s (Upstairs), €7
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