Remember This Summer in Dublin
From Outdoor Opera to Soul Picnic, 3 Ring Circus to ‘Movies on the Square’ and
Armani to Zara – the leisure, cultural and fashion retail offering of Summer
in Dublin 2007 is second to none.
Dublin City Business Association and Dublin City Council today (Tuesday, 15th May) officially launched the ‘Summer in Dublin 2007’ programme of activities along with representatives of the city’s fashion retailing and cultural organisations.
Dublin City Centre has an average daily footfall of 660,000 which creates a
unique and enjoyable atmosphere that cannot be replicated anywhere in
This summer there is an extensive programme of leisure and cultural events for
all the family developed by a broad range of organisations including Temple
Bar Cultural Trust, Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Dublin City
Council, OPW, James Joyce Centre and the National Museum of Ireland. “We
encourage people to come and experience Summer in Dublin, there is something
for all the family” said
From a shopping perspective Dublin City Centre has 4,000 shops and 10
department stores and shopping centres and retains its position as the leading
fashion destination in
Dublin City Business Association represents the retailers, property owners and transport companies in Dublin City Centre. Collectively its members employ 25,000 people.
For further information: Kerryann Conway / Laura Murphy, Conway Communications. Tel: 01-6236426 / 086-8215246 / 087-6285222.