It's that time of week again where last weekend's hangover has finally left us be - and we start thinking about what we're (and our hearts, heads and feelings) are going to get stuck into this weekend.
Thus continuing the Circle of Life.
This weekend has loads going on, with activities suited to the faint-hearted and not so much. Food, drinks and fun - all you have to do is choose...
1. Stoneybatter Festival
A festival celebrating community, food, culture, history and family - the Stoneybatter Festival should be top of your list this weekend. Expect deadly music, friendly vibes and to meet all of those neighbours you've never met before.
2. Dublin Pride
Celebrate Dublin’s LGBTQ+ community in all its glory at the nation’s biggest Pride Parade and Festival, kicking off this Saturday.
The agenda for the day is as follows:
12.00pm - Pre Parade Rally @ St Stephen's Green South
2.00pm - Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade (New route here)
3.00pm to 7.00pm - Party in Smithfield Square. (This is an alcohol-free family friendly event)
More information on official after parties can be found here.
3. Dirty Dancing 30th Anniversary & 80s Party @ Sugar Club
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of Dirty Dancing (yep, we're all old) and to celebrate this momentous occasion right - the Sugar Club are hosting a screening of the iconic flick, followed by an incredible 80s Party all through the night.
Doors are at 8pm, the film starts at 9pm which is then followed by an Ultimate 80s Party 'til late
And the best bit?
They have complimentary gourmet popcorn for you all on arrival.
Now that's service.
4. Walking On Cars @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham
The glorious Walking On Cars will be returning to Dublin with their ethereal set this Saturday in Kilmainham. With the incredible Oh Wonder as their special guests - this is sure to be a gig to remember.
5. Ricky Gervais @ The 3Arena
The British funny man is back in the capital once more to split our sides with laughter. Tickets are still available for his wildly entertaining show Humanity this weekend right here.
Expect powerful speeches, views on current events and hot takes on the world's politics.
6. 2017 June Flea Market
A bizarre bazaar of vintage clothing, bric-a-brac and what nots. Held the last Sunday of each month at the Dublin Food Co-op, The Green Door Market, and on the square at Newmarket, Dublin 8, this market is not to be missed.
The powers-that-be do ask you to please come by foot, bike or bus - which means less fumes, less parking stress and more fun for you.
7. A Very Merry UnChristmas @ The Clockwork Door
June 25 is exactly six months away from December 25, and The Clockwork Door are celebrating the most non-christmasy day of the year, UnChristmas, the only way they know how.
They need you to celebrate in a very Unchristmassy way; by making up traditions they should follow! You think of fun, stupid and most importantly weird traditions and you'll all celebrate together - genius. For more information on the most bizarre but most brilliant thing you can do with your weekend - check it out right here.
8. And finally, Flavours of Fingal County Show @ Newbridge House & Farm
Flavours of Fingal will once this year again offer the ultimate farming experience for the whole family. Located at the gorgeous Newbridge House & Farm, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a mix of food and farming attractions.