What’s On This Weekend

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Barbie Brunch Party (22nd July; Opium, 12 Noon)

Weekend Events in ireland

Calling all Barbies, and Kens too! Expect all things PINK at our throwback Barbie Brunch Party with Hawaiian flower necklaces, accessories, themed cocktails and girl pop bangers!

Opium are bringing the Barbie World vibes from the film of the year to you for one day only! The Opium DJ will be blasting out the ultimate Barbie tunes, including songs from the movie and all your favourite pop songs.

There will be drag entertainment, prizes and trivia, as well as bespoke Gordon’s Pink Gin Barbie cocktails at the event!

Drogheda Pop Up Kilo Store (22nd July; The D Hotel, Drogheda, 10am-4pm)

Weekend Events in ireland

Be ready to shop thousands of vintage and preloved garms and pay by weight for €35 per Kilo! You can buy as much or as little as you want. No restrictions! If you are planning on attending the event it is important to know that all Kilogram events are cashless. Contactless payments only.

Early Bird Tickets are €2 for the 10am time slot at this event. All other entry tickets are free.

Anyone wishing to attend on the day without a ticket will be charged an entry fee of €2.

Bray Beachfront BBQ (22nd-23rd July; Bray, 11am-7pm)

Weekend Events in ireland

Bray Beach BBQ are turning up the heat this summer with the return of the Beach BBQ Festival. This family-friendly scorcher takes place along the spectacular seafront.

Bray Beach BBQ are providing a sizzling selection of activities including a funfair, live music, games, DJ sets, mouth-watering BBQ & food trucks over the weekend of July 22nd & 23rd 2023 from 11 am to 7 pm. Admission to the festival is free however charges apply on all Funfair attractions, food, craft vendors and selected games and competitions.

Forest Fest (21st-23rd July; Emo Village Co.Laois, Gates Open 4pm-1am)

Forest Fest Laois

Forest Fest returns to Laois for its second year! The highly anticipated summer festival is set to take place this weekend in Emo Village in Co Laois.

There are plenty of exciting gigs lined up with some of the best Irish and international artists, some of the artists performing include headliners James, The Proclaimers, Ash, Peter Hook & The Light, Suede, Bell X1, Paul Brady, Gabrielle, Suzanne Vega, and Sharon Shannon. The festival will also feature the new Forest Fleadh and a children’s arts and entertainment program from Port Art Collective.

Concertgoers will also have the chance to enjoy tasty craft beers, delicious food, and classy cocktails.

The main gate will be open from Friday 4 pm – 1 am; Saturday 12 pm – 1 am. On Sunday it will be open from 12 pm – 1 am.

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Paul Micheau
Paul Micheau
Paul is a passionate travel writer and seasoned content creator, with a flair for storytelling. He has developed a keen eye for capturing the essence of places and experiences. Armed with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Management. Paul brings a strategic approach to his work, ensuring that each piece of content he creates resonates with audiences and leaves a lasting impression. Paul is also the founder and head of content for the popular 'IsItWorthIt' channel.

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