Aside from travelling we love a good festival, so when we heard about Longitude in Dublin – it was must we attended.
Longitude attracts crowds in the 40k range, so issa proper festival.
We flew into Dublin with Ryanair via Stansted; the airport experience was terrible and Ryanair even worse (!) but we move. Stayed in an airbnb that had a dog in it, chileeee – it was a lot.
Here’s a snapshot of what went down.
We had Solange, Sza, Jacob Banks, J HUS, Anderson Paak and The Internet – just to name a few.
It was the sickest line-up for RnB that we’d seen in a very long time.
So, we’ve sold you on it being a vibe. Here’s what you need to consider:
- Flight: £30 with a low-cost carrier
- Airbnb/Hotel: £40-ish between friends (Central location with access to buses or walking distance to Marlay Park)
- Festival tickets: £80 – £180 (It’s a 3 day festival but you can buy day tickets, also note you will be charged in Euro – so use a card that doesn’t charge extra fees)
- Bring: a poncho/raincoat, it’s the UK and even it summer the rain is raining, power bank, small bag – the festival usually sends out a reminder
All in all the festival and experience was amazing and we’d defo do it again if the line-up makes sense.
Longitude returns in 2022! and it promises to be bigger and better.