It's the time of the week again.
The time when we get over the hump, finally get over last weekend's hangover and actually look forward to this weekend's shenanigans.
For those of you keen for a big night out - you're in luck! As this weekend's events are whopper, as per.
Take your pick.
1. Trinity Summer Series - Bell X1
As part of their new Summer Series, Trinity College Dublin will be playing host to a whole array of deadly artists who will be playing for you on the university's cricket pitch.
This weekend will see Bell X1 take the stage - in a not-to-be-missed event in one of the best arenas in the city.
2. Hangar [€40 All You Can Drink] House & Disco All Night
The first night of its kind in Hangar’s Warehouse, this event is an all-nighter combined of techno, disco and a whole lot of tipples.
Hanger has also recently received a facelift, with two new state of the art Void four-point sound systems and brand new lighting and projection rigs in both rooms - so this is a good chance to get a look in.
Tickets available here.
3. Red Bull presents Demon Dayz Screening w/ Stevie G
Get stuck into a Demon Days screening at Leeson Street's Sugar Club with tunes from none other than Mr Stevie G. Limited edition artwork on sale and really good tunes all night.
Also - free drink for the first 100 people through the door. Not too shabby.
4. The July Back Page Market
Dublin's market scene has been lit as of late - and the Back Page Market is no exception.
Running once every month, this beautiful set up plays host to a beer garden, great eats and whopper bargains. Check out their menu right here for some inspiration.
5. Fusion Sundays -World Culture Market
Get stuck into Dublin's incredibly diverse World Culture Market - offering a unique event and a great selection of international stalls, street-food from around the globe, interactive workshops and live performances.
The indoor market is held on July 9 at the Dublin Food Co-Op, nearby St. Patrick Cathedral.
6. A Night of Poetry and Comedy
The Beerhouse on Capel Street is opening its doors this Sunday night for an evening of poetry, comedy and general madness with all proceeds going towards an upcoming show.
The night will feature some of Dublin’s best names in poetry and comedy, including:
• Ryan Cullen
• Alicia Byrne Keane
• Paulie Doyle
• Ailish Kerr
• Hazel Hogan
and you'll be in one of the best beer spots in town. Ideal.
7. The Bath Charity Cycle
The annual Bath Charity Cycle between Ringsend and Howth is taking place this Saturday - all in aid of two great causes; Aware Ireland and the Christine Buckley Centre.
As every year it will start at the Bath Pub on Bath Avenue, Ringsend, and travel through south docklands into north docklands and out to Clontarf seafront, Sutton and into Howth Village. Cyclists who wish to add to the challenge can also cycle up to the Howth summit. Then it’s back again the same route to The Bath for complimentary pints and Base Pizza.
Fun, fresh air and a solid finish line meal. What's not to love?
Tickets can be bought here.
Now all you've got to do is choose...