September is one of the best months of the year to come and visit Dublin. It’s not too busy, everything is open, the weather is still mild (usually) and everyone seems pleased to see Autumn is here. If you’re coming to stay, here are some of the things you can do while you’re here:
EURO 2020 Qualifier: Republic of Ireland versus Switzerland
Another very important match for the boys in green. If you’re in town, pop over to the Aviva Stadium on Thursday 5th of September and you might be able to pick up some tickets outside the ground.
Dublin Fringe Festival
This is probably the biggest theatre festival in Ireland. Dublin Fringe Festival brings the old and the new to stages all over the city – comedy and drama, musical and mystery, performance and art, dance and circus, Irish and international. It runs from Saturday 7th of September – Sunday 22nd of September
Rugby: Guinness Summer Series 2019 – Ireland vs Wales
This is the last warm-up game before the squad heads to Japan for the Rugby World Cup. We beat Wales in Cardiff in the first leg so they’re out for revenge while the Irish boys still have a lot to prove. Aviva Stadium, Saturday 7th of September. Tickets here
All-Ireland Football Replay
Dublin and Kerry senior Gaelic Football teams return to Croke Park on 14th of September to replay the All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final which was a thriller first time round.
Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta
Yes, Dublin has a dragon boat regatta! It all kicks off in the Grand Canal Dock on Saturday 14th of September and carries through to Sunday 15th. More details here.
This fantastic festival kicks off in Dublin on Friday 20th of September. Check out Culture Night for details: free late-night entertainment, as part of an all-island celebration of arts, heritage and culture.
The pint-sized superstar is coming to Dublin’s 3Arena on Sunday 22nd of September, Monday 23rd and now Wednesday 25th. This is her Sweetener World Tour and it’s going to be awesome. See if you can get tickets here
Dublin Theatre Festival
Dublin Theatre Festival 2019 brings world-class theatre to Dublin, supports artists in creating outstanding work and provides a platform to showcase the best of Irish theatre to the world. It takes place in theatres and spaces across the city from Thursday 26th of September to Sunday 13th. More information here.
Great Dublin Bike Ride
The Great Dublin Bike Ride is a family event for all ages and abilities. Join 7,000 cyclists for only cycling event in the city. Sign up here today – tickets are selling fast. Sunday 29th of September.
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Autumn Offer 2019
What can we do to make your autumn vacay even better?
How about a 10% discount on two night stay in any guestroom