Stoneybatter Festival

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Stoneybatter, Friday 16th June - Sunday 18th June

The Stoneybatter Festival is a 3-day neighbourhood festival in the heart of Dublin 7 from June 16th – 18th, 2023.

There will be many events over the 3 days in locations throughout Stoneybatter, Arbour Hill, & Grangegorman, with d Heritgae trails, pop-up libraries, park concert, local food village and picnic area.


Date:
Friday 16th June - Sunday 18th June
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Stoneybatter, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Stoneybatter, Dublin, Ireland

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