The annual Dublin Kite Festival is taking place on Sunday 10th June at North Bull Island, Clontarf. With free entertainment all day long, it’s the perfect way to spend a summer Sunday with family and friends.
The Dublin Kite Festival will be an exciting, fun-filled event for all the family. Live music, face painters, exciting games, kite making workshops, a kite flying competition and buckets of enthusiasm you’re sure to have a great day at Dublin Kite Festival.
The festival will challenge kite enthusiasts from all over Ireland and abroad to show off their stunt skills and compete for a number of awards across a wide range of categories including most aerodynamic, most beautiful, and funniest.
Smallest Kite in the World, kite making workshop for children and flight demonstrations by master kite flyers all part a of a free family fun day out.
Don’t worry if you’ve never flown a kite, or if you can’t remember the last time you did, because there will be plenty of kiting experts on hand to get you off the ground! Let’s go fly a kite.
With lively music, exciting games, kite making workshops, a kite flying competition and buckets of enthusiasm you’re sure to have a great day at Dublin Kite Festival.
The perfect way to spend a summer Sunday with family and friends.
Venue:- North Bull Island, Clontarf
Classification:- Family Festival
Date:- Sunday 10th June 2018
Time:- 11 am – 5 pm
The Dublin Kite Festival is brought to you by Dublin City Council as part of their year round programme of city-wide free public events and supported by 98FM.
Directions Dublin Kite Festival
The Dublin Kite Festival is taking place on North Bull Island, Clontarf, Dublin 3. The map at top of page shows you how to get there. The festival will be taking place beside the right-hand carpark, as you drive onto the island.