COP ON! The Festival

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TU Dublin, Grangegorman, Friday 14th October - Saturday 15th October

Bringing you COP ON, a unique, first of its kind festival to socialise and mobilise. A free festival that brings well-being, creativity and community to centre stage. We know climate issues are so large, it can feel overwhelming. ’Normal people’ switch off, activists burn out, and those in power seem to endlessly delay and defer.

Taking to the stage are an inspiring mix of great speakers from Ireland and around the world along with legendary Irish bands, comedians and spoken word artists.

Throw in an open-air cinema, award-winning workshops, street food, reggae yoga, special DJ sets and surprises erupting around every corner.

Concern Worldwide is proud to host this inaugural COP ON Festival as part of the 1Planet4All campaign, in partnership with HappeningsStories of Change and Connect the Dots.

The lead up to COP27, taking place in Egypt this November, creates the perfect opportunity to talk about climate action and what better place to start than our own city, Dublin?

Friday 14th October - Saturday 15th October
TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7, Ireland

Google Map of TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7, Ireland

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