Splatter, the City of Dublin’s end-of-summer festival, returns to Emerald Glen Park on Saturday, September 10. The multi-cultural event, celebrating food, art, music, and dance from around the world, begins at noon and will conclude with an evening dance party concert featuring Tainted Love, an '80s cover band, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Following the concert, a spectacular drone light show will light up the sky above Emerald Glen Park.
Admission to the festival is free; however, there is a charge for children’s carnival rides. Splatter is known for its fun, family-friendly art activities; unusual art installations; live, multi-cultural music and dance performances; and a World Craft Bazaar. An art exhibit, "The High Life," featuring the work of exceptional art students, will also be on display in The Wave.
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