The Rose Festival

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St Anne's Park, Saturday 15th July - Sunday 16th July

The annual Rose Festival 2023 returns on the weekend of the 15th and 16th of July. The festival is held in the beautiful surroundings of St Anne’s Park with its Rose Garden and scenic walks. This is a free non-ticketed event from 10.00am to 6.00pm both days.

This year’s festival is jam-packed with activities for the whole family with a whole host of things to see and do including live music and dancing. As every year, there will be plenty of stalls with plants and flowers, arts & crafts and food vendors. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Family entertainment and activities include:

  • The Big Dig
  • Claiomh Living history – historical re-enactors
  • Axe Throwing
  • Climbing wall
  • Dublin City Council Children’s play area, with performances by Rainbow Phil and Dale Treadwell
  • Dublin Dog Training – Dog agility show

Live music including performances by:

  • Dublin Concert Band
  • Back Stage bandits
  • Fused
  • The Ukulele Collective and many more

Saturday 15th July - Sunday 16th July
St Anne's Park, Clontarf East, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of St Anne's Park, Clontarf East, Dublin, Ireland

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