While the weather may not be as good as last year, the line-up of events for Summer in Bray is set to exceed 2018’s lofty heights.
You can watch movies by the bandstand on selected dates in July and August and also enjoy all the thrills and spills of the Seafront Funfair from between July 19 and August 5.
Food lovers can sample sizzling wings at the Wings Food Fest from July 19 to 21, while the ever popular Air Display returns on July 27 and 28, while a stunning fireworks display will light up the night skies on August Bank Holiday Monday.
there’s no better place than Bray to enjoy some fun in the sun
“Summer is here and it’s an ideal time to plan a visit to Bray,” Eugene Finnegan from Bray Tourism told the Wicklow Voice.
“This year the town will host a number of great family-friendly events from the Seafront Funfair to a stunning fireworks display. Really there’s no better place than Bray to enjoy some fun in the sun.”
The newly refurbished Victorian bandstand on Bray Seafront will again this year play host to a series of free concerts which will feature big band performances from the Dublin Airport Police & Fire Service Band, Bray Concert Band, Lourdes Brass Band and plenty more. Summer Sounds will run over selected Sunday’s throughout the summer and kicks off on June 16 at 2.30pm.
There’s plenty to keep you busy between events too as Bray is packed full of incredible experiences that you can’t get anywhere else including Bray Adventures, Sealife, Killruddery House & Gardens, Squirrel Scramble, Bray Bowl, Star Amusements, Delta Force Paintballing, Fatbike Adventures, Shoreline Leisure, Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre, the Brave Maeve Story Trail, Bray Celtic Camino Coastal route and Cool Planet Experience.
Or why not take a dip in the waters of Bray’s Blue Flag beach, stroll along the magnificent Victorian prom, check out the spectacular views from Bray Head or the Cliff Walk or visit the vibrant town centre where there is an excellent choice of places to shop, stay, dine and socialise in.