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Drink & Draw, Co.Cork – Sunday (30th July, 16:00-18:00)

weekend events in Ireland

Drink & Draw is a super fun event designed so you can have a good time, the event is not about finding the next Picasso it is aimed at participants who want to relax and have some fun. There will be instructors who will help guide you to creating your own masterpiece. It doesn’t matter if you can’t paint this about relaxing. The event will take place at 24 Princes Street and tickets are €26. If you would like to attend the event you can find tickets here.

All-Ireland Final Dublin vs Kerry – Sunday (30th July, 15:30)

2023 All-Ireland Final

Dublin and Kerry last met in last year’s All-Ireland Semi-Final, when Kerry came out on top by a point after a thrilling tie at Croke Park. 

Dessie Farrell’s men then beat Mayo in the All-Ireland Quarter-final, before getting past Monaghan in the last four to reach this year’s final.

While Kerry secured wins over Tyrone and Derry in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final and Semi-Final respectively to see the Kingdom reach the All-Ireland Final.

If you are not lucky enough to have tickets to the final the game will be shown live on RTÉ 2, with live updates also available on the Dublin GAA Twitter page.

Paddy Power Comedy Festival, Co.Dublin – 27th-30th July

Paddy Power Comedy Festival

Paddy Power will be returning to the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin for their second year as festival sponsors. Over 90 artists will perform 36 shows in four fully seated venues in the stunning city centre walled gardens across the four days from 27 – 30 July 2023. 

Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased here. Tickets are between €15-€36 + 12.5% service charge per ticket. The festival is strictly an over 18’s event.

Ardgroom Swim 2023, Co.Kerry – Saturday (July 29th 2023, at 2 pm)

weekend events in Ireland

The Ardgroom Swim 2023 – Saturday (July 29th, 2 pm)

The Ardgroom Swim 2023 takes place on Saturday. There are two swim distances – 4km or 400m. You do not have to be a Swim Ireland member, but if you plan to swim the 4 km distance you must have completed a 3km swim this year! You can wear wetsuit or skins. The safety briefing for the event (all swimmers must attend) is at 1:40 pm. The 4 km swim starts at 2:00 pm. The 400 m swim starts 5 minutes later. Tickets to the event are €10 and can be purchased here. All funds raised is used to fund community initiatives in Ardgroom.

Celtic vs Wolves – Saturday (29th July, 2 pm)

Celtic vs Wolves Dublin

Celtic will take on Wolves on Saturday 29th July at 2 pm in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

The teams were scheduled to meet this summer in South Korea, but Wolves withdrew from the game before Celtic revealed last week that they had canceled that portion of their tour due to “financial and logistical” problems with the tour promoters.

This friendly will be the first time since 2018 that Celtic have played in Dublin, with the Hoops facing Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium on that occasion. Tickets to the game are priced at €35-€85 and can be purchased here.

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Paul Micheau
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