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Festivals

Over 500,000 people will attend our festivals & events in 2019. Here’s some of the more popular ones…

The Beatyard

Formerly on August bank holiday weekend in Dun Laoghaire Harbour. Everything thats good & great in the world of food, drink, tech, science, music, games, sports, arts & discussion. 2018’s edition featured the Jacksons, Orbital, St Germain, Kamasi Washington, John Talabot, Little Dragon, Django, Django, the Wailers, and many, many more… plus Kidsyard, Eatyard, Studioyard, banter, cocktail bars, craft beers and some of the best street food in Ireland. Beatyard will return soon….

Go to beatyard.com

The Big Grill

August every year at the Big Grill . Europe’s largest fire and smoke festival with over 20,000 people won the McKenna Guide ‘Best Irish Food Festival’ award for 2017. We were involved in founding and running it until 2019, but now its under the ownership and management of Edible Events.

Check out biggrillfestival.com for more.

Go to biggrillfestival.com

Wine & Cheese Festival

The Eatyard Wine & Cheese Festival is new to our festival line-up but after the great times that were had last year, we decided to continue it. It is an eventful weekend full of Wine & Cheese samplings, demos, cheesy karaoke and much more.

eatyard.com/wineandcheese

Tippletown

After holding Rumbullion & Ginfusion, we decided we couldn’t just pick one spirit. Tippletown is our party that celebrates drinks of all shapes and sizes.

The Eatyard

The Eatyard is an award winning food market space located at 9-10 South Richmond St right next door to The Bernard Shaw. It’s been 2-4 years in the talking and making, and has grown out of our annual Beatyard & Big Grill festivals, the various flea and car boot sales we’ve hosted as well as numerous trips to destinations like Austin, London, South Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. A mish-mash of all of the above has gotten us to this point.

Check out theeatyard.com for more.

Go to the-eatyard.com

Crisp Festival

The Crisp Festival had its inaugural year in 2018 and after its success, it has joined our lineup of great festivals. It is a crunch filled weekend with Tayto sambos, food competitions, endless crisps & generally a lot of craic. The festival is hosted by the Eatyard is the first of its kind in Dublin and looks forward to many more years of crunch filled weekends.

eatyard.com/crispfestival