Lynk’s October Events Guide

Lynk’s October Events Guide

With the weather starting to turn recently, many of you will be starting to fear the impending winter months. Not to worry though, as there are so many great events to keep your moods high!

Here’s our October instalment of Lynk’s Events Guide – don’t forget to download the Lynk App from your app store and let us help you get around to all the happenings next month!

Ireland vs Moldova – 6th

With a must-win game against Wales coming only a few days later, Ireland will look to build up some confidence in the Aviva Stadium against an inferior Moldovan team. The city comes alive when it comes to match day, and whether or not you have a ticket for the match, make a day of it and head into the city centre to support the boys in green!



Bram Stoker Festival – 27th-30th

Dublin will celebrate 4 days of living stories and 4 nights of deadly adventures with the biggest Bram Stoker Festival to date. Inspired by Abraham Stoker, or more accurately, his most famous piece of work ‘Dracula’, there is something here for everyone with multiple events taking place across the city over the Halloween weekend.



Metropolis – 28th-29th

6 stages will play host to over 60 acts at this one of a kind festival on the October Bank Holiday Weekend. With such an eclectic line-up that includes acts such as Todd Terje, Jungle and Mount Kimbie, Metropolis has done a great job of standing out among the many music festivals currently being produced in Ireland.


Day of the Dead Festival – 29th

From the creators of BD Festival, Day of the Dead promises music, fancy dress, art, community, cuisine, BYOB, bars and more. Set in the rather unusual location of Glendalough House, Day of the Dead will host immersive art installations envisioned by some of the country’s most creative minds. Get your tickets and celebrate this traditional Mexican festival on Irish soil.



Dublin Marathon – 29th

Whether you’re competing or not, the Dublin Marathon is a great day out for all involved. Head to one of the many cheering sections on the route and lend your support to the thousands of runners involved! After moving to Sunday for the first time in its history last year, the Dublin Marathon saw record numbers take place, expect more of the same this year.