Top events in Dublin in 2015

In this article we will present some of the best programs in Dublin in 2015. Dublin is the capital and also the largest city of Ireland. Nowadays Dublin is one of the most interesting cities in Europe and it attracts more and more tourists each year.
Dublin 2015

The life of the city is really vibrant and there is always something going on in the city during the whole year. So lets see the nicest programs and activities the city offers this year.

This February the Irish Angling Show will take place in the heart of the city. It is a two days long festival where over 70 exhibitors showcasing and sell their products. The Irish Angling Show will be held from 21st February to 22 February in 2015.

One of the biggest food festivals the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival will be in April. The Dublin Bay Prawn Festival takes place in the beautiful seaside in the fishing village of Howth. One of the most popular and most traditional festival in the life of the Irish people is the St. Patrick’s Festival which will be held from 14th March to 17th March in 2015. It is a four day and night long festival where you can celebrate the culture of Ireland.

Apart from the great and colourful festivals during the whole year Dublin will host some remarkable concerts as well. On a visit in Dublin visitors can attend the most famous artists concerts such as Placebo, Ryan Adams, Nicki Minaj, Paul Simon, Foo Fighters, Toto, Roxette, AC/DC, Neil Diamond, One Direction so on.

Each year in the winter around Christmas in the city the Christmas markets open. The Christmas markets usually appear in the city in the end or the middle of November and they are open until the end of December or the beginning of January. The markets are part of the festive season and it is a perfect place to get in to the holiday mood and do some pre-Christmas shoppings as well.

If you want to know more on the concerts, festivals, markets, exhibitions and on the other programs and activities in the city check the following site where you can read more useful information on Dublin.