On Saturday June 29th the Mother Pride Block Party is back with a bang for a spectacular party celebrating Pride in our city. Returning to the glorious surroundings of the National Museum, the Pride Block Party is the biggest annual Pride Party on our island.

  • Subject to licence.
  • Please leave your bags at home. Due to added security measures we can not admit customers carrying bags or backpacks. (Bags/Purses etc under A4 size will be permitted)
  • No re-entry

Joining us on the mainstage, Swedish rapper, singer & producer COBRAH! Viral hit and electronic music sensation Princess Superstar, a New York City-based rapper known for her eclectic blend of sample-based hip-hop, electro, punk, and swagger. A true veteran of the dance music scene with an unmistakably unique vocal talent Robin S, One of the most lauded and innovative Drag artists in the world and Ru Paul’s Drag Race Winner, Sasha Velour; a gender-fluid drag queen known for her stage spectacles, fierce activism, and boundary-breaking scholarship, and Northern Irish drag sweetheart, fellow Ru Pauls Drag Race Alumni and Dancing With the Stars 2024 runner up, Blu Hydrangea.

Joining them on the mainstage across the day of Pride are Mother DJs, Celaviedmai, Sexy Tadhg and Haus of WIG.

Other acts appearing across the site include Sing Along Social, Drag Aerobics, Ping Pong Disco, Claire Beck , Conor Behan, Billy Bunzari, Ghostboy, Glamo, Rocky T. Delgado, Roo Honeychild and Ruth Kavanagh.

Drag performances across the site from Anziety, Avatar Guille, Dan the Man ,Donna Fella, Faux Joli , Mia Gold ,Naomi Diamond, Richard Joke, Shaqira Knightly, and Viola Gayvis.

With our fabulous friends at Absolut, Whiteclaw, Heineken and Red Bull, we’re setting up bars all over this gorgeous city centre venue and getting ready to party.



  •  Live acts across the day
  •  The biggest Pride Party in the country
  • A stunning array of local and International LGBTQ+ talent
  • Three Stages, Fairground rides and Multiple BarsGeneral Info
  •  Date and time: From 4 pm on 29th June (Saturday) until 11 pm
  •  Location: The National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks
  •  Age requirement: 18+
  •  Accessibility: this event is wheelchair accessible