6 Things You Need To Know If You're Going To BeatYard This Weekend

Get excited...

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You know what's just splendid?

There'll be a whole lot of fun descending on Dún Laoghaire Harbour this weekend in the form of BeatYard festival AND we'll have a full bank holiday on Monday to recover from the festivities.

Nice wan.

So here's all the info you could ever possibly need for the weekend ahead...

1. Important times

  • Sat 30 & Sun 31 July (Bank Holiday Weekend)
  • Gates open 12pm
  • Bars close at 10pm
  • Event finishes at 10.30pm


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2. Getting there

  • DART: Dun Laoghaire station is right opposite the site. Take the DART Southbound from City Centre and Northbound from Greystones/Bray.
  • Bus 46A, 7 & 8 all serve Dun Laoghaire form City Centre, 75 from Rathfarnham. The terminus is right opposite the site.
  • Taxi: Rank is located on Marine Road
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3. Weather

In the wise words of Caribou: sun, sun, sun, sun, sunnnnnnn.

(With the odd shower, so bring some sunnies and a raincoat and you'll be sorted!)

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4. Must-see acts

Saturday: Boney M, Tensnake, Lee Scratch Perry, Daniel Wang, Theo Parrish

Sunday: DJ Rahaan, George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, This Greedy Pig, Roy Ayers, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

Check out the full timetable here.

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5. Here's what the site layout looks like

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6. Make sure you...

  • Check out the 60-foot inflatable shark
  • Head along to the Banter with Blindboy Boatclub at 5.30pm Saturday
  • Grab a burger from the Box Burger crew
  • Visit the Exploration Dome
  • Grab some treats from the Dublin Doughnut Co.
  • Get a sales masterclass from Mattress Mick at Banter, 5pm Sunday


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Let's do this!

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Written By

Fíodhna Horan Murphy

Fíodhna is deputy editor of Lovin Dublin and the Lovin Group. She's mad into music, gigs, cans by the canal and anything leopard print.

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