Longitude Festival

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.

Keep up to date with us on: @trippinwithsj // @sarahambitious x


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London is home for us and as much as we like exploring the globe 🌍  we love being in our city too. 

When we’re not catching a vibes in someone else’s country. We’re out and about in big U.K. 🥺


  • Festival time is peak British culture  🌞 
    • Good music. Good food. Good company. 
  • Going out to eat
  • Indoor rock climbing, Great British Bakeoff Challenge, Cocktail making classes etc.

Keep scrolling and you’ll see our list of summertime and all-the-time 😉 activities for you to enjoy. 


  1. Lovebox – fingers crossed its back next year
  2. Wireless – 3 days – happening in September this year!
  3. Ends festival – in the heart of Croydon, brought the best in Afrobeats and UK music
  4. Garage nation – shapes and shuffling, back this August!
  5. Yam Carnival – a new one on the line-up and it looks to be biggg! Over the bank holiday weekend this year.

Other activities:

  1. ZSL Zoo – London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study.
  2. London in the sky – Drink and dine 100ft in the sky at London’s most talked-about dining experience. Starting 1 May at The O2.
  3. Dinner spots:
    1. The Ivy
    2. Afrikana

Keep up with us on @trippinwithsj as always x