This October, Lovin Dublin Live returns to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, celebrating all that is great about Dublin.
The first Lovin Dublin event took place last year, as an opportunity to celebrate Dublin and showcase the best people, companies, foodies and creatives the city has to offer – because as a city, we have a huge amount to be proud of! Speakers at the inaugural event included Chef Marco Pierre White, journalist and Storyful founder Mark Little, rugby legend Jamie Heaslip, CEO of Keelings Caroline Keeling, adventure athlete Mark Pollock and presenter Bressie.
The Lovin Dublin Restaurant Awards were also launched, as well as a Food Start-Up competition with a €25,000 prize, and this year the event has teamed up with some of the best restaurants in Dublin to offering some mouth-watering food on the night of the show. Drury Buildings, Morrison Grill, Sober Lane, Etto, Whitefriar Grill, l’Gueuleton and Osteria Lucio are each offering combo tickets which allow attendees to dine with them before the show.
Ireland has a strong culture of food, music, arts and culture, and we have a natural friendliness which makes us a hospitable nation. Lovin Dublin Live will be building upon the success of last year’s event to celebrate these themes along with a host of interesting and inspiring guests.
The line-up for this year’s event will be announced shortly so keep an eye on Lovin Dublin for more details.
Lovin Dublin Live, an evening all about extraordinary food, sports, music and culture, takes place at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre at 7:30pm on 15th October. Tickets cost from €30 (general admission) and may be reserved online.
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Grand Canal Square
Lead image © DUBLIN BUZZ