If you’d like your event listed here, just email events@dublinpride.ie

Tøn Gallery is proud to present ÍNTIMO/ERÓTICO.

Pepe Carretero (Tomelloso, Spain) defends in his themes the life he knows and recreates them regardless of the tendencies of the cultural world. His works introduce us in a personal and unique world, where traditional realistic forms converge inside a European figuration that surprises us by its peculiarity.

Tøn Gallery is a contemporary art space in Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural hub. It is a space dedicated to the contemplation of art and a place to present artistic projects that demonstrate the creative process and creative thinking to the wider public. It is in turn an exhibition space, as well as a studio / workshop and also a reading room, lecture room and a quiet refuge in the busy city centre.

June 20th – July 20th

Launch event 5.00pm, June 20th

TØN Gallery

25a Temple Lane South

Dublin 2

Weekdays during Dublin Pride 2024.

Long considered an indispensable part of Dublin Pride, the queer history tour of Dublin returns this June, hosted by its originator, Tonie Walsh.

Tours depart daily from Bernardo Square, next to City Hall. Duration: 90 mins approx, 2hrs. max. Dress fabulous.

Full details and booking at www.eventbrite.ie

June 24th – June 28th

Various times

From Bernardo Square

3 Dame Street

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Join Helena from Original Dublin on a journey through the streets of Dublin as we explore some of the incredible figures and events of Ireland’s Queer History. 

From rebels and revolutionaries to civil rights agitators, Pride March pioneers and gender identity trailblazers; the Queer Dublin Tour is an exploratory celebration of Ireland’s LGBTQ+ community, and the rich history of their story. There is much to be celebrated and much to be commemorated and this tour will build on the 2023 Dublin Pride theme of ‘Protest, Remember, Celebrate‘ and continue to ‘Shine‘ a light on this aspect of our history. 

Tickets are €23 and available to purchase via Original Dublin with a selection of dates and times available between 26th and 30th of June. Please note that 10% of all ticket sales during Pride Week will be donated to BelongTo. Check out their amazing work here “

June 26th-30th

Various times

Join Dublin Pride and Dublin Lesbian Line at Bow Lane on Friday, June 28th, for an unforgettable evening of entertainment and dancing. With a variety show bringing some of the best queer talent Ireland has to offer followed by dancing until the early hours – get your ticket now!

Dyke Night is a trans and non-binary inclusive event.


Student / Unwaged – €10 + Eventbrite Registration Fee (limited number for sale – SOLD OUT)

Early Bird Tickets – €12.50 + Eventbrite Registration Fee (SOLD OUT)

General admission – €15 + Eventbrite Registration Fee

If you cannot afford a ticket please contact info@dublinlesbianline.ie and we will sort you out.

All profits will support Dublin Lesbian Line, a service operated by volunteers and funded by donations.

Accessibility information:

The venue is physically accessible which includes a step free entrance. The show takes place on the main floor which has an accessible bathroom.

Friday June 28th


The Workman’s Club

10 Wellington Quay

Temple Bar

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For the Bisexual, Pansexual, the Fluid and Flexible + Friends. Ireland’s dedicated queer club celebrating fluid sexuality, gender fluidity, and all that the ‘B’ in LGBTQ+ represents. We’re back, bigger and badder, and ready to party harder in a brand new venue for our Pride Celebrations. This is THE dedicated Bi/Pan PRIDE party 2024. FLUID is all about INCLUSIVITY & LOVE. Come out and play in our UV Wonderland Pride Party – celebrating the Bisexual and Pansexual community. Sounders/Allies welcome <3 

On decks duties for the night: 

Two gorge BI babes Sleepless Beauty & Sean Daly go B2B for the FIRST TIME EVER. The first-ever BI Pride party in Ireland with BI DJs at the helm. Sean Daly – Renowned for crafting sets that are a vibrant exploration of genres, Sean Daly is an extremely talented DJ as well as an electronic producer. His ascent in the Irish music industry is marked by his magnetic sets in some of Dublin’s key clubs, including Here & Now, Index, and Wigwam, as well as his performances while supporting artists such as Mark Blair, Chantel Kavanagh, and Obskür. A new addition to LUST. 

Sleepless Beauty – Fiery resident DJ, BI Babe and Fluid Club founder – Sleepless Beauty is working continuously to bring social change for the lgbtq community <3 She’ll be spinning a genre-defying mix that promises to keep you moving until the early hours. From vocal chops to bouncy beats, her sets are a journey through the realms of electronic music, infused with her signature playful vibe. LUST Collective founder 

Friday June 28th


The Cellar

8 Essex Street

Temple Bar

Dublin 2

We’re excited to bring you a night full of music, dancing and live performances for this years pride weekend!

What to expect at Dykon?

  • 2 floors
  • 3 Guest DJ’s
  • Rooftop space
  • Safe and fun queer space
  • Wristbands to show what sort of interaction you are looking for
  • Live performances!
  • €1 from EACH ticket sale is donated to LGBTQ charity: Belong To LGBTQ+ Youth Services

Friday June 28th


The Sound House

1st Floor

28 Eden Quay

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Get your fur out at Glitter Pride in DV8, 131 James St, Dublin 8. 

With DJ Seán Long. 

Friday June 28th

9.00pm – Late


131 James’s Street

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Take a 45 min walking tour through Trinity College Dublin’s historic campus, while learning about the university’s involvement LGBTQ+ history. Trace back in time to early Trinity feminism and liberation movements and learn about the societies that debated legalising homosexuality long before it was part of public discourse.

Visit the stomping grounds of Oscar Wilde and journey through the decades to the early 1970s when Trinity students and lecturers founded the Sexual Liberation Movement, the first of its kind in Ireland. Learn about its founding members who drove the ground-breaking ‘Campaign for Homosexual Reform’, which eventually led to the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Ireland.

Duration: 45 minutes Cost: €13.50

Saturday June 29th

11.00am and 2.00pm

Trinity College

Dublin 2

Celebrate the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to Ireland’s fight for independence with us in the GPO for Dublin Pride! Join us at the GPO Museum for this special guided tour that will explore the lives, relationships and roles of a community whose impact on Irish history is often unrecognised.

Your guide will bring you through the difficulties faced by queer individuals in the 20 th  century and how their efforts towards Irish independence and equality cannot be understated. Discover the people who would shape Ireland’s revolution and would continue to rebel against the systems in place long after independence had been achieved.Our understanding of and language surrounding the LGBTQ+ community has developed significantly since the early 20 th  century and this specially researched tour will strive to be inclusive while also communicating the limitations of the community during this time period.

Booking is essential as availability is limited. This specially researched tour will last approximately 1 hour and patrons are welcome to enjoy the museum and cafe at their own leisure after the tour.  There are over 100 artefacts, interactive touchscreens and an immersive film experience explore! Please note this tour includes descriptions of violence and may not be suitable for children under the age of 12.

Image courtesy of the National Library of Ireland.

Saturday June 29th



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Party on the Bear Bus! Dublin Pride parade – Orange Zone.

Saturday June 29th


Wristbands available at Glitter Pride.

Come join the fun & celebrate Pride in style with El Styra at the Black Sheep Bar, (top of Capel Street, opposite the Outhouse) for an afternoon of legendary pop, queer anthems & classic singalong tunes. On two levels, with the best of the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and Noughties on the ground floor…and a dancefloor with non-stop disco remixes in the basement, there’s free entry and all are welcome! 

Starts immediately after the parade, from 2PM til 7PM. 

In association with Dublin Bears. 

Saturday June 29th

2.00 – 7.00pm

The Black Sheep

Capel Street

Dublin 7

Free event. No booking required.

DJ all day on both days, free admission. 

June 29th -30th

2.00pm – 12.30am


Capel Street

Dublin 7

Free event. No booking required.

Dublin’s favourite daytime party celebrates one of our favourite days of the year with a monster lineup for Dublin Pride. June 29th sees Ireland’s biggest brunch return to The Well for a wild day.

Live performances and games with The Disco Drag Queens – Viola Gayvis, Liam Bee & Tailor Maid. Disco Burlesque from Miss LaVelle. This plus loads of Disco Social surprises!

Saturday June 29th

12.00 – 4.00pm

The Well

130 Saint Stephen’s Green

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LUST:  Celebrating Queer Club Culture in Éire
Come party with Lust Collective as they takeover
The Bernard Shaw for Pride <3

It’s ‘Summer Night City‘ baby

The KIKI kicks off at 10.30pm as they take over the main floors with bangin’ sets & plenty of B2B2B action





This trio (LUST) are highly sought after this PRIDE weekend, but come together to bring you the hottest party in Dublin 

LUST will be bringing you a very queer, very hot girl summer night party to keep you groovin’ all night long

They’ll be going circuit party vibes for this, so get ready to go hard under the rainbow and disco ball 

Its ‘Summer Night City’ – get down in your hottest beach, swim, sweat wear. They’ll be bringing the sunshine vibes to this sizzlin night of frolickin and misbehaviour

Grab your shades, and your tickets for just €10 online, and join LUST for a night of dirrrty sexy summer fun

Saturday June 29th

11.30pm – 3.00am

The Bernard Shaw


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Geared Ireland returns to Fibber Magee’s nightclub Parnell Street Dublin on Saturday June 29th for another Pride night special. This is a night for fetish lovers, kinksters, bears and their friends. All genders are welcome. Music will be from the legendary Gerry Moore and lighting from The Crew. All the usual Fibbers features, including a full bar to 2.30am, private smoking area & cloakroom. Tickets are available from Eventbrite or €15 cash at the door (come early) 

Saturday June 29th

9.00pm – 2.30am

Fibber Magees

80-81 Parnell St


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After the runaway success of our last basement rave in the downstairs of Farrier & Draper, we are back for another blowout to celebrate Dublin Pride. With Here&Now still out of action, we are going back to our roots on the biggest party night of the year. There’s limited space here, so grab a ticket quick as its sure to be sold out soon enough. We hope you’re able to join us!

Saturday June 29th

9.00pm – 2.30am

Farrier and Draper

59 William Street South

Unit 1 – 24 – 24a

Dublin 2

AFTER EIGHT is a new monthly early club night with pumping dance music, where the dancing starts at 8pm and finishes at midnight. RUN by Giita Hammond who is a music nerd, dancer, visual artist and photographer. TUNES by resident GIITA and a rotation of the best djs in Dublin. Expect pumping dance music – electro, synth bangers, techno, Italo, house and disco. The next After Eight will be on Pride night June 29th with music by SHREM and support by GIITA. TIckets go on sale on 9am on Thursday the 6th of June on Eventbrite.

SHREM is a Dublin-based Polish blogger, music selector/DJ and occasional radio host. He is a self-proclaimed über-nerd, a music-obsessed collector, selector and reflector with his taste spanning across a multitude of genres, styles, decades and cultures and his own private Top 20 chart he’s been passionately compiling continuously since 1987. A resident vinyl selector at The Big Romance, Fidelity and Lovetempo and a frequent guest dj at Mother club’s Library Bar and Anseo, he is a lover of sonic eclecticism. In a club setting he floats between the worlds of house, disco, italo, electro, synth-pop with a solid dose of 80’s and 90’s belters thrown in for good measure and a few mandatory diva moments.

GIITA is half Icelandic and half Irish. She grew up in Reykjavik and moved to Dublin in 2000. She has always been a lover of music, gigs and dancing in clubs. She went back to Reykjavík for one year with her family last year. She missed the clubs and the music scene in Dublin, so she started her own club night called After Eight, an early club night, with the best djs from Reykjavik playing every month. One of her favourite Irish djs Bella Festa played an amazing set at After Eight in Reykjavik last year. Giita’s friends took over the night when she moved back to Dublin, the night is still thriving and has now been moved to a bigger venue.

After Eight is inspired by Annie Mac’s early club nights and 12 Sundays an early club night Giita used to go to in the old Bernard Shaw in Portobello where the djs from Ireland and abroad would play until midnight. You could dance your socks off, continue partying or go home to bed early. Running After Eight inspired Giita to learn how to DJ. Her music tastes range from synth pop, electro, obscure bangers, italo disco, house and banging techno. She is a sucker for a cheesy keyboard and a dirty bass.


Saturday June 29th

8.00pm – 12.00am

Tickets go on sale 9.00am June 6th

Basement – Pawnshop

15 Dame Street

Dublin 2

As Ireland marks a half century of LGBT activism, Kilkenny Castle is delighted to host a talk by Tonie Walsh, founder of the Irish Queer Archives. The talk will trace the evolution of queer activism on the island of Ireland; from the formation of Belfast’s Gay Liberation Society (1972) and the hugely influential Sexual Liberation Movement (1973) at Dublin’s TCD to the establishment of community resources and mainstream advocacy groups across all our cities and large towns.

This is a potted history of the LGBT civil rights movement as it fights state-sponsored homophobia, cycles of violence, media and government censorship and conservative Christian values to advance visibility and Senator David Norris’ Constitutional Action; following decriminalisation, the advent of equality legislation throughout the 1990s, culminating in the Equal Status Act in 2000 and, fifteen years later, Marriage Equality and the Gender Recognition Act.

Irish LGBT liberation didn’t happen in a vacuum; important political and socio-cultural currents like the Northern Irish civil rights movement and the second wave of feminism, even membership of the EU, all impacted on the movement for change.

This event is free, seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Doors open 30 minutes before start of event.

For information contact Kilkenny Castle team on 046 942 3020 / kilkennycastleinfo@opw.ie

Sunday June 30th

3.00 – 4.00pm

Kilkenny Castle

The Parade


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Pride service led by Gavin Byrne.

Sunday June 30th


Dublin Unitarian Church

112 Stephen’s Green

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Join us at IMMA Cellars for a relaxing afternoon as we celebrate the closing of Dublin Pride weekend! Enjoy summery tunes from SHREM and an incredible brunch provided by Camerino Bakery, IMMA’s onsite café.

The brunch will include food, a cocktail/mocktail, and delicious desserts, available for purchase!

Sunday June 30th

1.00pm – 4.00pm



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As has now become tradition, Dublin Pride, wouldn’t be dublin Pride without one last mega party to wrap things up on Sunday 30th June.

Once again, we will be taking over the FULL venue, with the legendary Tonie Walsh, leading the charge in the basement, playing classic dance bangers like only Tonie can.

As always, Rocky T. Delgado will be sending you home dancing into the wee small hours in the main room upstairs in Farrier & Draper.

It’s always a special night, a messy night… a wild night! SO get your tickets early, as it’s sold out every year previously.

Sunday June 30th

10.00pm – 3.00am

Farrier and Draper

59 William Street South

Unit 1 – 24 – 24a

Dublin 2

We are thrilled to present our Drag,Burlesque,Cabaret Show for Dublin Pride 2024. In the stunning SoHo Club.
Early Cabaret Show 7pm- 10:30 €20 (Stay ALL night)
Drag/Burlesque/Circus Club Night 10:30 -1am €10

Sunday June 30th

7.00pm – 1.00am

Soho Club

Hilton Hotel

Charlemont Place

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