Dublin Bowie Festival

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Various Venues, Wednesday 8th January - Sunday 12th January

Dublin Bowie Festival – Celebrating 50 years of The Man Who Sold the World.

Live Music, Art, Talks, Film, Literature, Fashion, Photography, DJs, Illustration and lots more…


Date:
Wednesday 8th January - Sunday 12th January
Time:
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Dublin, Ireland

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