In recent years, we've grown more excited about the food stalls at festivals rather than the acts themselves.
(Yes, we're old. But, you are too.)
And of all the selections we've seen over the years, a solid staple of Irish festivals gone by has been none other than Kanoodle.
Yes, the carby Asian treat that can save you from a three day bender in a field of a random Irish county. Well, for those of you interested in the tasty brand - have we got news for you.
It's only going and opening four more stores...
The lucky spots are:
- Drogheda - Opening June 21 (working date)
- Lucan - Opening May 18
- UCD - Opening first week of term
- UL - Opening first week of term
That's a lot of places covered.
The noodle brand have also just recently opened a branch in Dundrum too, back in December - with the people only wanting more.
They also have a whopper deal in-store at the minute, where all lunch orders between 12noon and 4pm, Monday - Friday boast 25% off.
This came about when the Clontarf Sea Wall was being built, causing commuting, parking and general merriment in the Clontarf area to come to a bit of a halt. As a thank you to Kanoodle's loyal customers for putting up with this chaos for so long, the noodle chain are offering 25% off to lunch customers for the whole summer.
Isn't that just lovely.
So now you can get your noodle fix across the country, and at a fraction of the price!
The stuff of dreams, amirite?
Kanoodle has several Dublin locations - all of which can be seen here.