Calling the disgruntled, the city’s messers and tricksters, all those bored and sick of this age of austerity, ravers, rockers, buskers, artists, the unemployed, trade unionists, wage slaves, wee ones and the retired.
On April 28th we invite you to celebrate Mayday, the universal holiday of our desires. Over the past number of years, people across Dublin have been working to open up new spaces, create organisations of resistance and cultures of hope that enable us to survive this era of bust.
For one day we are calling on all of you to emerge onto the streets in a carnival of hope, resistance and creativity. Join us!
The location of the party will be disclosed on the day. Our meeting point is agt the Spire, O’Connell St at 2pm where cyclists and pedestrians will converge before heading to the party. In the event of heavy rain a sheltered location will be arranged.
The party is open to all ages and will have;
– Djs, bands, buskers and drummers
– Free food
– Free face painting
– Live performance art
Bring your bike, bring your kids, bring your granny. Dress up, dress down, dance and have fun – For one day we are calling on all of you to emerge onto the streets in a carnival of hope, resistance and creativity. Join us!
We fully respect our city’s streets and intend to leave them clean, tidy and free of litter. Please respect this and bin your empties.
This event is about bringing some fun and creativity to the city. It is open to everyone. In keeping with this we would ask you not to bring any party political banners, placards or flags