St. Anne’s Park in Full Bloom for this Year’s Rose Festival

Dublin City Council invites you to come along to St. Anne’s Park in Raheny this weekend for the annual Rose Festival which takes place on Saturday 20th July and Sunday 21th July, from 10 am to 6 pm each day.

This year's festival is jam-packed with FREE entertainment and activities for the whole family. From The Big Dig, Archaeology workshop to Wooly Wards Farm or the Big Bear Planetarium for the kids or you can take a tour of the Biodiversity Village.

There will also be live music on both days from 1.00 pm. This year we have a great eclectic mix of music including; Brian Buru, Trad with edge, The Ukulele Collective, The Rat Deppers, Blue Grass Collective and the Ojo Band.

For those who like their music a bit more laid back, you can enjoy listening to a String Trio on Saturday and Tropical Storm on Sunday in the Red Stables. The Farmers Market will also be in full swing over the weekend.

For all you gardening enthusiasts, there will be plant sellers, nurseries, garden centres, florists, and this year our Eco Hub will provide information and keep you updated on all environmental issues affecting the UNESCO Biosphere for which St. Anne’s plays an important role.

This year for the first time, we will be hosting a boutique Wellness hub where people can experience alternative therapies like Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Auricular Acupuncture