Getting Out and About in Dublin in 2015 – Part 1

There are so many amazing events happening in Dublin in 2015. Why not plan now so you don’t miss any. Don’t forget to call your Dublin Taxi company NRC Taxis when you are out and about in Dublin – call 01 6772222 or use the NRC App and we’ll make your journey easier!

Temple Bar Trad Fest

From 28th January to 1st February you are in for a treat with the 10th Temple Bar Trad Fest which showcases the great variety of traditional and folk music we have here in Dublin. You will find both established and up and coming artists including Caod, Cara Dillon, Levellers, The Undertones, Hot House Flowers and many more. You will definitely need NRC Taxis to get home after this great event!


Irish Angling Show 21 – 22 February

For all you fishermen or fisherwomen, The annual Ireland Angling Show takes place in The National Show Centre on Swords with over 70 exhibitors showcasing and selling their products and services. There will also be talks and demonstrations from professional anglers and guests.

St Patricks Festival/ Seachtain na Gaeilge

Paddy’s Day has now turned into Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week) and one of the biggest celebrations of our native language and culture. Culminating in the St Patricks Day parade (an event not to be missed) there is a detailed programme of events for all the family and usually worth checking out. NRC Taxis are a must during ST Patricks Day festival – we are waiting for your call!


Jamestown International Film Festival 19 – 29 March 2015

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF) has become Ireland’s premier feature film festival, and takes place in Dublin each spring and the dates for 2015 are 19 to 29 March.


Irish Cycling Show 18-19 April

This event is a must for cycling enthusiasts with up to 60 exhibitors in one place to showcase and sell their cycling products and services. If you don’t cycle to this show just call NRC Taxis!

Dublin Bay Prawn Festival – 23 – 26 April 2015

If fish is your thing the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is for you. This is one of Ireland’s largest food festivals, set in the stunning fishing village of Howth, with a fantastic food village, great entertainment and the best festival menus from local award-winning restaurants.

Silk Road Film Festival 18 – 22 March

The Silk Road Film Festival (SRFF) welcomes films from countries, which were part of the historical network of ancient trade routes across the Afro-Eurasian landmass that connected Persia, Middle East, Arab, East, South, and Western Asia with the Mediterranean and European world, as well as parts of North and East Africa.


Bloom 28 May – 1 June

Bloom in the Phoenix Park has really made its mark in Dublin with thousands flocking to the festival every June Bank holiday. You will find the very best of Ireland’s landscape gardeners and designers as well as 150 food producers, plant village, crafts, live entertainment and children’s zone and much more.

Taste of Dublin Festival 11-14 June

This is a must for all foodies where you can sample all the best of food and drink in Dublin’s fabulous Iveagh Gardens. Celebrating its 10th year – if you haven’t been make sure you get there this year!

Howth Mid Summer Literary & Arts Festival 4 – 7 June

The Howth Midsummer Literary & Arts Festival promotes the cultural heritage of Howth including its literature, history and architecture.

Flavours of Fingal 27 – 28 June

Flavours of Fingal is a cross between a city and country fair and offers a mix of local food stalls; arts & crafts;; cookery & flower demonstrations; livestock, equestrian, poultry and dog programme so there really is something for everyone to enjoy

Call your Dublin Taxi company NRC Taxis on 01 6772222 or download the NRC APP

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