Coming to our wonderful city in October? Looking for ideas for things to do? Need suggestions for places to go? Ok, let’s start with our top ten things to do in Dublin in October:
Hootie and the Blowfish
These guys were HUGE in the 80s, believe us. Hootie and the boys are back in Dublin as part of their first big tour in ten years. Grab your tickets for the show in 3Arena on Friday 4th October.
Open House Dublin
After last year’s roaring success, Open House Dublin is back. This is one weekend where over 150 interesting and important buildings that aren’t usually open to the public open their doors with tours by expert guides. Friday 11th October – Sunday 13th October: here are the details.
Rugby World Cup
Ok so technically the Rugby World Cup is not in Dublin, it’s in Japan. BUT, the city is right behind the boys in green and there’s a buzz around the place that’s almost as good as being there. Lots of matches all on view at our Inn On The Green. Pop in or call +353 1 478 7000 to reserve your seat.
Guinness PRO14 Leinster Rugby v Ospreys and Leinster Rugby v Edinburgh
Leinster welcome Welsh side Ospreys to the RDS on Friday 4th October and then a week later Scottish team Edinburgh Rugby on Friday 11th. Have a look for tickets here.
KBC Dublin Night Run – Halloween Edition
Here’s an interesting one if you like to run: fancy dress is option but there are two distances to choose from – a 5km single lap or a 10km double lap. Details are here for the run in Sandymount on Tuesday 15th October.
Halloween in Dublin
Dublin always embraces Halloween – there are parties and theme nights everywhere – and nowhere more so than right here at the hotel. We have tastefully entered the spirit and, guess what? We have a deal or two to thrill you with.
THEY’RE BACK! This is the 35th anniversary of the release of Take On Me, the single and the album, and the lads are marking it with a tour that comes to the 3Arena on Tuesday 29th October. You might get lucky and find your A-Ha tickets here.
Bram Stoker Festival 2019
Every year at this time Dublin celebrates one of her most famous sons – Bram Stoker – with a festival and programme of events spread out over four days and nights of the October Bank Holiday weekend. More details here. Friday 25th October – Monday 28th October.
We have a feeling Sinead is about to make a comeback, starting with two nights in Dublin’s Vicar Street on Sunday 27th October and Monday 28th October. You MIGHT be able to find tickets here.
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