The Virtual Stoneybatter Festival

Online/Stoneybatter, Friday 18th June - Sunday 20th June

Stoneybatter Festival – Virtual programme, off street to online, with a light but lively programme of community and virtual activities!

Last June, against all the odds, we put together a very successful Virtual Stoneybatter Festival with so many in the community getting involved to make it happen, thanks to all.

While we cannot celebrate together at present, we can engage in a range of activities to give our fantastic community an uplift and sense of hope for the future.


Date:
Friday 18th June - Sunday 20th June
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Stoneybatter, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Stoneybatter, Dublin, Ireland

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