Dublin communities encouraged to take part in two-day Street Feast celebrations

May 16, 2024

Dubliners are being encouraged to get involved in a two-day community celebration, aiming to bring everyone together.

Now in its 15th year, Street Feast 2024 is set to take place on May 25 and 26, expecting a turnout of more than 140,000 residents across the country.

Last year, South Dublin had nearly 60 Street Feasts, bringing together an estimated 5,427 neighbours. Fingal also saw a great turnout for the weekend event with 63 Street Feasts and roughly 5,796 neighbours attending.

Dún-Laoghaire Rathdown hosted 70 Street Feasts, with roughly 6,440 participants coming together in celebration. Dublin city centre took the cake with 156 Street Feasts, gathering roughly 1,435 neighbours.

The celebration organisers confirmed with the Irish Independent that nearly 200 Street Feasts are already set to take place across Dublin, with more expected to register in time for the event taking place at the end of the month.

Some locations across the city currently set to host Street Feasts include Lansdowne Village, Tymonville in Tallaght, Kimmage, Shankill, All Hallows Street in Drumcondra, parts of Stoneybatter, Phibsboro, Crumlin, Artane, Fairhaven in Castleknock, and Walkinstown.

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