We're truly in the middle of festival season now, here's our pick of some of the best that July has to offer.
The two day festival returns to Marlay Park on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July 2023. Saturday’s line up includes global superstar producer / DJ Calvin Harris for his first show in the Republic of Ireland in 10 years. Sunday sees Travis Scott make his return to the Longitude main stage. Marlay Park, Dublin, 1 – 2 July 2023
Now in its second year, Otherside promises three magical days and nights celebrating music, dance, comedy, conversation, wellness, food, and connection. Fancy a morning swim? No problem head down to the natural lake, or maybe a hot tub is more your thing. This year’s headliners are SBTRKT, CMAT and Bombay Bicycle Club. Rock Farm, Slane. Co Meath. 7 – 8 July 2023
The park itself is a hidden gem in Dublin, but for the month of July it comes alive as one of the most scenic venues in the country. Right in the middle of Dublin city centre, this year’s line up features Damien Dempsey, Kaleo, Father John Misty, Imelda May, Bell X1 and more. Iveagh Gardens, Dublin, 6 – 22 July 2023
Camp Dalfest is a musical and gastronomical adventure in the grounds of Glenarm Castle. Created by families for families, this year’s incredible music line up includes The Vamps, Sam Ryder. Blue and Sophie Ellis-Bexter to name a few. There is also an appearance from the world’s favourite modern educator, Blippi. Glenarm Castle, Co Antrim, 15 – 16 July 2023
The new day festival comes to Dun Laoghaire this July with two day and single day tickets available. Thursday’s headline is the renowned Ibiza Orchestra Experience, with special guests Todd Terry, Mark McCabe and a vinyl set from Fergie. Friday’s headliner is Dizzee Rascal with special guests Versatile, JME, Jafaris, Neallo, Sello and more. Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, 27 – 28 July 2023
To find your perfect festival for summer 2023, try the Ticketmaster Festival Finder.