It’s Thurdsay and the weekend is edging closer. To make things even better, God has graced us a three day weekend. Sure, we all remember back in the day when Jesus invented the bank holiday Monday so ‘people could get absolutely fluttered on Sunday night’.

As always, there’s plenty to do across the country to keep all of you legends busy. First up, Beatyard takes place in Dun Laoghaire and a host of musicians and DJs will be there along with some delicious food and drink. The main stage will be hosted by Bodytonic and the always excellent Eatyard will be providing the grub so make sure to get yourself down to Dun Laoghaire this Saturday and/or Sunday for an epic weekend.

If you fancy heading into town after a long day of drinking and listening to music…… do some more drinking and listening to music then you could go to the Button Factory where Moodyman will be playing from 11 pm.

If you’re not spending the whole day at Beatyard than there’s an ‘amazing George Michael tribute’, also on Saturday at The Button Factory from 7pm.

If you’re single and ready to mingle than we might have something for you in a Singles Party tomorrow night in Mcgowans of Philsboro tomorrow evening. Admission is free and the night kicks off from 10pm.

If you want to take trip back in time and experience what it’s like to travel on board a steam train then it’s your lucky weekend as the ‘Rockin Food Festival’ hosts a Steam Train journey to Enniscorthy and back this Sunday.

GoodVibesDay 2.0 takes place on Sunday and it’s set to be an epic open air party. Joel Corry, Robbie G and Funkybox are amongst the stellar lineup. The event is over 18’s and ID is required so don’t forget peeps. Head down/up to Bluebell United AFC on the Nass road at 2 pm for an epic 10 hour sesh.