Also known popularly as the "Dublin Fringe Festival," this arts celebration is long-running both in terms of time since it was established and the number of days it covers each year. It started in 1995, and usually lasts for 16 days of each September.
During that time, you'll experience a very eclectic array of performances, almost like a toned-down Burning Man minus the barter system and desert dust. The Fringe Festival is actually primarily known for theatre performances, but some examples of past exhibitions also include group tai chi classes, performance art and full-on concerts.
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