What we're doing in Dublin this weekend.

Making weekend plans can be a struggle, here's what we'll be up to. 

A Fest Called Tribe in the Bernard Shaw kicks this weekends sunshine off with a major bang in tribute of hip hop king Phife Dawg, head down down for boozy pizzas in the Big Blue Bus and all night long tunes. Playing will be DJs Melodee, Lowkey, Crego + guests on the night. Expect visuals, food & nothing but vibes.


Beats, Rhymes and Life screening followed by All City & ChoiceCuts present Onra & Mo Kolours LIVE  in SugarClub - If it's not casual bevvies in the Shaw you're after then get down to All City's night in the SugarClub on Leeson Street, this should isn't one to be missed. Looks like theres some competition purring here with the screening of A Tribe Called Quest's documentary 'Beats, Rhymes and Life' taking place previous. Record Store Day last weekend has be gaggin' for some "Boogie tinged beats to Spiritual Jazz". Tickets available on www.eventbrite.ie

Outdoor Yoga in Dartmouth Square in Ranelagh. Starting at 11am this might be a little early for some of your hungover heads but PROMISE it will be so worth it. Find your inner zen in Dartmouth Square.

-  Brunch in Cleaver East in the Clarence hotel. We're joining the #CleaverBrunchClub for bottomless mimosas and their famous #PornBurgers, we've been dying to try this place for ages now. You better book.

Sunday - Dublin Flea Market, we've been wishing April away since the 1st for this market that takes place on the last Sunday of every month. The Dublin Flea is on in The Co-Op, Newmarket, Dublin 8. It's Dublin best. "A Bizarre Bazaar of Vintage, Bric a Brac and What Nots". 

Sunday - Happenings Centenary Cinema at Phizzfest 2016 showing 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley'. Happenings have a nack at taking it away with outdoor events. I'm a regular to the outdoor cinema showings in Merrion Square so have very high hopes for this one in Blackhall Place, Dublin 7. Tickets are €10, expect lots of lovely foodie vans and an always awesome atmosphere.
What a lovely way to end the weekend.

Most importantly, have a good one. xox 

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