Dublin Pride Festival
19th - 28th June
The Dublin Pride Festival is an annual series of events which celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) life in Dublin. The festival culminates in a Pride Parade.
International Yoga Day
St. Anne's Park
This is a Yoga event open to all age groups with demonstrations and public participation, with all proceeds/donations going to Temple Street University Hospital.
The Army Band will perform lunchtime concerts on the following dates (all Wednesdays) in the following locations:
24th June, Merrion Square
1st July, Herbert Park
8th July, St. Patrick's Park
15th July, Merrion Square
Clontarf Half Marathon & 5 mile
Clontarf Promenade and Bull Island
Run, walk or jog Ireland's flattest half marathon / 5 mile, which attracted 3,000 entrants in 2014.
Dublin City Council National Play day
Dublin City Council hosts its 10th annual ‘Playday' event, a free afternoon of fun and games in one of the City's favourite parks.
Laya City Spectacular
10th - 12th July
The free festival with hundreds of jaw-dropping street performers from all over the world is getting ready to blow out its candles and celebrate its 10th Birthday.
Dublin Trackcycling International
11th & 12th July
The Velodrome, Eamon Ceannt Park, Crumlin
The Track Commission of Cycling Ireland is a voluntary organisation whose primary aim is to promote track cycling in the community.
Great Dublin Swim
This is an event to promote the art of open water swimming.
18th - 19th July
St. Anne's Park, Raheny
The annual festival provides an enjoyable day out for all the family and attracts breeders and plant enthusiasts from home and abroad. Market stalls will feature goods from traders and craftspeople, with activities for children previously ranging from face painting to puppet shows.
Defence Forces Changing of the Guard Ceremony
18th & 25th July
This Military Ceremony takes place on Merrion Square from 12.00 - 1.00 pm (times subject to change)
The Festival of Curiosity
23rd - 26th July
Europe's most exciting and innovative festivals of science, arts, culture and curious technology.
Rock & Roll Half Marathon & Rock & Roll Conference
31st July - 2nd August
Phoenix Park & various City Centre locations
Runners from all over Ireland and every corner of the world will descend on Dublin for the third annual Rock ‘n' Roll Dublin Half Marathon.
www.runrocknroll.com & www.runrocknrollconference.com