Nothing beats a weekend full of music and entertainment, ammirite?
While we all give out about not having anything fun to do on our days off from work, this music festival in a coastal town in Dublin could be something to check out next weekend.
Over the weekend, some of the renowned buildings across the town will host musical events in unusual locations such as The Lighthouse, The National Maritime Museum, The Purty Kitchen and many more.
It's gonna be a great way to see the town's most iconic venues used in a different light, that's for sure.
And there's music events to suit every taste...
The Hounds play on Friday with their blues rock and funk style in The Purty Kitchen from 9.30pm, while Dublin's Coverstone will play their acoustic sounds in The Lighthouse from 8pm.
Saturday will see multi-instrumentalists Fíona Nic Conmaraand & Tim Doyle play in dlrLexicon at 6.30pm while classical guitarist and composer Pat Coldrick plays The Maritime Museum with tickets priced at €20.
Sunday is when the jazz and blues comes to town with Jhil Quinn & The Café Vaudeville Band performing in The Maritime Museum at 8pm with tickets costing €15.
Elsewhere, local musician Colm Lynch will play at The Purty Kitchen at 8pm alongside up-and-coming singer songwriter Aaron Rowe with tickets priced at €10.
There's also several other events that are either free or relatively cheap if you fancy checking out the beautiful town next weekend.
For more information on Coastal Notes you can check it out here.
Will you be going along?