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  • Location Merrion Square, Merrion Square East, Dublin, Ireland

2024 Dublin Pride festival runs from 20th to 29th June, culminating with a free festival of LGBTQ+ community and culture in Merrion Square Park from 1.00pm-6.00pm on Saturday June 29th.

This includes the 50th anniversary Dublin Pride March and Parade going from O’Connell Street to Merrion Square (Pride Village).

For more information including maps and other events, please see below:


  • 20th June: SHINE: at National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
    • The RTE Concert Orchestra in collaboration with Dublin Pride present SHINE – A glittering evening of celebration and reflection marking 50 years since Ireland’s first Pride march
  • June 20th– July 20th Exhibition Pepe Carretero
    •  at Tøn Gallery, Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural hub
    • launch June 20th 5pm
  • June 20th– July 20th Happy Together? An Aisteach Workshop
    •  at at Open House Dublin, Project Arts Centre, 39 Essex Street East, D02 RD45
    • launch June 20th 5pm
  • June 24th – June 28th: Tonie’s Lavender Walk 2024 – Queer History Walking Tour of Dublin
    • Tours depart daily from Bernardo Square, next to City Hall. (Dame St)
  • June 20th: 8-11:30m: Carrambata! Raffaella Carrá celebration (Vinyl only records night)
    • at Bow Lane Social Club, 17 Aungier Street
  • Sat June 22nd 5-11pm: : AN BÁL AITEACH
    • Club Chonradh na Gaeilge, 6 Harcourt Street
  • Sun June 23rd 3pm: Crossing
    • a special preview screening of Levan Akin’s CROSSING, followed by a post film discussion, on Sunday June 23rd in the Light House Cinema
  • Sun 23rd June 6-8pm: Pride In The Name Of Love
    • Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus: “Pride In The Name Of Love”
    • Summer concert Taking place in St. Andrew’s Church on Westland Row
  • Mon 24th June: GPO Museum Pride Tour
    • 2:30pm  Celebrate the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to Ireland’s fight for independence with us in the GPO for Dublin Pride!
  • Tue 25th June: Putt in Pride
    • 6:30pm to 9pm
    • Putt In Pride is a fun, social golf event for beginners, pro’s and everyone in between!
    • t takes place in the Driving Range of Leopardstown Golf Course at 7pm
  • Wed June 26th to Sun 30th : Queer Dublin Walking Tour
    • Join Helena from Original Dublin on a journey through the streets of Dublin
    • Our meeting point is at 3 Crown Alley, near Temple Bar Square in the heart of the city centre
  • Fri 28th June: Dyke Night 2024
    • Join Dublin Pride and Dublin Lesbian Line at Bow Lane on Friday, June 28th, for an unforgettable evening of entertainment and dancing.
  • Fri 28th June: Fluid Club, Pride Party
    • For the Bisexual, Pansexual, the Fluid and Flexible + Friends.
    • @ The Cellar, 8 Essex Street, Temple Bar
  • Fri 28th June: Dykon Pride Party
    • night full of music, dancing and live performances for this years pride weekend!
    • @ The Sound House, 1st Floor, 28 Eden Quay
  • Sat 29th June  GPO Museum Pride Tour
    • at 1:00pm
  • Sat 29th June 12:00-4:00pm: Disco Social Pride Brunch
    • @ The Well 130 Saint Stephen’s Green
  • Sat 29th June Geared Dublin Pride 2024
    • 9:00pm to 2:30am
    • @ Fibber Magee’s nightclub Parnell Street Dublin

Visit our special Pride Parade event page for transport and road closure details.

Parade route


Please note the following change to Luas Green and Red Line tram services on Sat 29th Jun to accommodate the Dublin Pride Parade taking place in the city centre:

Green Line– no service between St. Stephen’s Green and Dominick from 9:40 AM to 5 PM Trams will only run between Brides Glen and St. Stephen’s Green, and between Broombridge and Dominick.

Red Line– no service between Smithfield and Connolly/The Point from approximately 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Trams will only run between Tallaght/Saggart and Smithfield.

Further information is available at Luas | Luas is proud to support Pride

Irish Rail provide great links to Dublin city from all over the country.

And there are great Bus and LUAS links from both Heuston and Connolly train stations.

To plan your journey, visit the Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail website for timetables and routes.

Use the TFI journey Planner / TFI Live App to plan your route.

Merrion Square, Merrion Square East, Dublin, Ireland