Large crowds of excited Dubliners turned up on November 2nd for the second edition of ‘Dublin By Night Fest: Southside’ – a two-day festival on Drury Street and South William Street. Between 6 and 10 pm, the public was able to enjoy delicious food, artisanal goods, and live music. Famed market ‘George’s Street Arcade’ was open to the partygoers as well.
If there’s one thing Dubliners know how to do, it’s how to have a good time. Check out the nightly happenings in the video below!
Interestingly, there was a large focus on East-Asian culture during the festival, proving that lots of people are curious about the artists and artisanal goods the culture provides. A big crowd stood in line to enter Asia Market, and dozens of curious eyes watched a young girl play the guzheng, a Chinese instrument dating back to the Qin Dynasty (221–206 B.C.).
It was an inspiring festival for young and old alike, discovering new oddities and old traditions all at once.
Want to be part of Dublin’s nightlife culture as well? November 3rd is the final day to enjoy this spectacle!