Dubliners can look forward to a spine-chilling line-up of over 60 family-friendly events during this year’s Halloween festivities.
Dublin City Council’s Community and Social Development Teams has collaborated with community groups working across the city to bring you a scarily good programme for Halloween 2023.
Events will include the Samhain Stage concert at Inchicore Community Sports Hall, which will begin at 4.30pm on Tuesday, October 31, and Crumlin Halloween Festival, a spooky family festival with a dress up bike parade, at Eamonn Ceannt Park Velodrome
Finglas Fright Night Halloween Festival will take place in Finglas Civic Centre on tOctober 31 from 6.30pm to 9.00pm, while the Big Scream NEIC Halloween Community Festival 2023 will involve a host of events, including a Monster Children’s Party in Mountjoy Square Park and a Family Fun Day in Diamond Park.
The Bram Stoker Festival will involve fun tours and citywide adventures October Bank Holiday Weekend across various Dublin locations.
“Halloween is a terrific time of year for young people and their families. Dublin City Council has organised some frighteningly fantastic family fun to get you in the spooky spirit,” said Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste.
“I encourage everybody to come along to these great events and enjoy Halloween safely.Bí cúramach agus bainigí taitneamh as féile na Samhna.”
For more information on all local Halloween events, visit www.dublincity.ie/halloween.
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