The Wine & Cheese Festival

The Wine & Cheese Festival

Iveagh Gardens, Thursday 8th August - Sunday 11th August 2019

The Wine and Cheese Festival 2019 at the Iveagh Gardens.

Get ready to taste, eat, drink, listen, learn and dance at Eatyard's first city centre wine & cheese party. This is a festival all about the fun side of wine and cheese without the intimidation, and a top selection of vendors selling the best of the best.

There are two time slots per day: Afternoon: 12.00pm-4.30pm | Evening: 5.30pm-10.30pm (Sunday 9.30pm)


Date:
Thursday 8th August - Sunday 11th August 2019
Time:
12.00pm - 4.30pm | 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Price:
€17.81 | €22.26
Address:
Iveagh Gardens, Clonmel Street, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Iveagh Gardens, Clonmel Street, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, Ireland

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