Laya Healthcare City Spectacular returns to Dublin’s Merrion Square July 24th and 26th and Cork’s Fitzgerald Park July 18th and 19th.
The family friendly event promises to be a weekend to remember with special guests The Happy Pear and social media star and presenter James Patrice.
Everyone is welcome to City Spectacular “families, friends, couples and pet pooches”- Festival Director Shell Holden
Entry to the festival is FREE of charge and runs over three days in Dublin and two days in Cork, showcasing some of the best international street performances, interactive family activities and delicious street food from around the world.
City Spectacular Festival Highlights
There are so many exciting things to look forward to this years City Spectacular Event. We have rounded up a few must sees not to be missed this year.
Pet Wellness area PET- ACULAR with (DSPCA)
Bring your pets along and they could be the star of their very own photo shoot. The DSPCA will be on hand to answer all of your pet health questions. Purina will be available with a range of pet food and a photo booth for photographs.
Just Eat Street
The International street food village will be a feast of fun, food and live entertainment running the length of Merrion Square South.
Relax in the sunshine while the Just Eat waiter service takes and delivers food orders with over 25 cuisines to choose from.
Family, health and fitness and well being continues to be a strong theme running through the City Spectacular Festival. Ready, Steady Grow a fully interactive children’s show from Imaginosity, Dublin Children’s Museum with free drama and dance classes.
KIDS CORNER is back this year due to popular demand and promises to be messier, meaner and more mischievous than ever.
Children will get the opportunity to put their parents on trial and decide what punishment they should receive.
Like a custard pie to the face or maybe a bottle of ice cold water.
Where do I find out more?
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