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Agenda | September 2023

- Posted on: 26/08/2023 - By: Sofia Carraro Rocha $itemValue.title

September in Dublin is a month of vibrant energy and thrilling experiences. As the summer fades into the golden hues of autumn, the city comes alive with an array of captivating events, outdoors adventures, lively concerts, bustling markets, and unforgettable gigs. Whether you're a local or a visitor in Dublin, you won't want to miss out on the incredible happenings this September. Let's dive into the best events Dublin has to offer!

 

Outdoor events:

Experience the magic of plenty outdoor activities happening at the capital of Emerald Island in September.

 

IMMA Outdoors 2023:

Events, performances, music, talks, workshops and much more. The programme is happening until 24th of September and is free!

 

Yoga in the Park:

The event happens since 2009, from Spring to Autumn, and all the levels are welcome (you just need to bring your own mat!). Every Wednesday at 6PM and every Saturday at 11AM at Dartmouth Square.

 

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Concerts and Gigs:

September promises a lineup of electrifying concerts and gigs that cater to various musical tastes. From intimate acoustic sessions in charming venues to larger-than-life performances in arenas, Dublin's music scene has something for everyone.

 

Boyce Avenue:

The beloved guys from acoustic roots and famous covers are coming to Dublin. The band will be live at Vicar Street on 04th of September and tickets start at €33.

 

Cascada:

The queen of 2000’s is back and will be doing a concert at The Button Factory on the 28th of September and tickets start at €13.85.

 

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Magic Mike Brunch:

It’s getting hot here! The iconic Magic Mike Brunch is a mix of brunch, great cocktails, and MAGIC. The event is taking place at NoLIta on the 2nd of September and tickets start at €39.

 

Riverdance:

This classic phenomenon, which is all about traditional Irish music and dance, is back since June, and running until September 10th. Make sure to get your tickets for this extraordinary concert. Tickets start at €25 and the show takes place at Gaiety Theatre.

 

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Markets:

Explore the renowned weekly and occacional markets where you can find lots of artisanal crafts, vintage treasures, and yummy street food. It's a fantastic way to support local artists and enjoy unique shopping experiences.

 

Flea Market will happen on the 24th of September, at The Digital Hub, at The Liberties (Dublin 8).

Mirage – Craft Market takes place at Central Plaza, on Dame Street, and happens Sundays from 11 Am to 5 PM.

Temple Bar Food Market takes place at Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, and happens every Saturday from 9.30 AM to 4 PM.

 

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Festivals:

Celebrate the richness of Dublin's culture and festival with city-wide events that offer live performances, stalls, exhibitions and interactive experiences:

 

Oktoberfest at the Bernard Shaw:

Join in the festive spirit with Oktoberfest, where you can enjoy German beer, traditional cuisine, and lively entertainment. It's a great opportunity to experience a taste of Bavaria in the heart of Dublin. The event happens from the 14th of September to the 18th of OctoberTickets cost €15 and include a pint - happy days!

 

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Dublin Fringe Festival – 24th of September:

Immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene of Dublin during the Fringe Festival. From theatre and dance to comedy and visual arts, this festival celebrates creativity and innovation in various forms.

 

Dublin VegFest 2023:

Are you or someone you know is interested in sustainable plant based vegan diets and a lifestyle. Then there is no better place to be than VegFest to try new delicious vegan foods and veganised favourites. Indulge in a wide variety of plant-based cuisines from local vendors and renowned chefs in this amazing Food Village. Event takes place at Leinster Cricket Club, on the 23rd of September and tickets start at €15.42.

 

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Phoenix Park Biodiversity Festival:

The 5th Annual Honey Show will be officially opened by the (super cute) President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, on Saturday 14th of September. Free entrance with lots of stalls and activities for all ages.

 

Howth Maritime & Seafood Festival – 9th and 10th of September:

Two amazing days out with lots of craic, live music, tasty food, and chance to support local businesses. The event takes place in Howth Promenade – the perfect opportunity to spend the day in charming Howth!

 

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September 2023 in Dublin promises an exciting array of events that cater to diverse interests. From athletic challenges and cultural celebrations to music-filled nights and vibrant markets, the city has something for everyone to enjoy. Make the most out of this dynamic month by immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere of Dublin's September events.

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