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What’s on in Dublin in July

Dublin/ 2 July 2018
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if you’re coming to Dublin in July, oh boy, do we have a great time in store for you:

Bray Air Display

Just down the coast from Dublin lies the seaside town of Bray. Every year the skies come alive with the annual Bray Air Display, one of the most popular tourist events in the whole country. This year it’s on July 28th and 29th.


One of the best music festivals of the year takes place on July 13th, 14th and 15th in Marley Park with J. Cole, Travis Scott and Solange headlining.

Laya Healthcare City Spectacular

Now in its 13th year, a quarter of a million people will visit Ireland’s biggest free summer festival. Based near the hotel in Merrion Square with over 300 spectacular shows, workshops and activities on July 6th, 7th and 8th.

Groove Festival

Another event in Bray, just south of the city, Groove takes place in the grounds of the beautiful and historic Kilruddery House and this year line-up includes Fun Lovin’ Criminals, The Stunning and Something Happens.


The hit Broadway musical is coming to Dublin’s Bord Gais Theatre from 17th July to 1st September – don’t miss it.


There’s a whole host of superstars coming to Dublin in July, including Alanis Morissette on the 5th, Michael Bublé on the 7th, Queen on the 8th, Rufus Wainright on the 10th, Bruno Mars on the 12th, Grace Jones on the 23rd and Steve Earle on the 24th.

We bet there’s something you like on that list – and there’s a lot more going on too. Follow us on Facebook for more suggestions for things to do and news to help plan your visit to Dublin.