The summer is a magical time in Ireland.
Sure, it may be raining for half of it but thanks to the neverending string of festivals and events that are happening, we barely even notice.
With such a hectic schedule, it can be hard to keep track and decide what to do with your precious time off.
But worry not my friends, we've got it all under control.
We've planned out every weekend for the next three months and packed your whole summer full of adventures that you'll remember for years.
Tag your mates and see how many you can tick off the list...
20th & 21th May
Horseriding in the Wicklow Mountains
Jump in the car and take a spin out to Wicklow for a day of enjoying some amazing scenery from a whole new angle.
27th & 28th May
Killarney Beer Festival
The perfect opportunity to learn about your favourite drink of choice, while also drinking your favourite drink of choice. Win-win.
3rd & 4th June
Bloom In The Park
Not into gardening? It doesn't matter. The incredible Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park is a mix of awe-inspiring floral creations, food and all-around relaxation.
10th & 11th June
Killarney National Park
Take a road-trip down West, and take in the views of Killarney National Park . Don't forget to stop for a 99 on your way out, no matter the weather.
17th & 18th June
Cork Midsummer Festival
Looking for something in the East? Taste Of Dublin takes over the Iveagh Gardens from 15th to 18th June.
24th & 25th June
Music, surfing and camping: can you really go wrong with that mix? Head up to Donegal for this small but mighty music festival.
1st & 2nd July
Wild AIR Run
This 5K run in Kilkenny is like no other. Yes, there are obstacles, but they are the inflatable kind as you'll be battling blow-up pinball machines and mazes.
The fun event runs at several locations so have a look on the website to find one that is near you.
8th & 9th July
Laya City Spectacular
How does a free festival sound? The Laya City Spectacular takes place in Merrion Square in Dublin complete with street performers, food, and Dustin The Turkey.
15th & 16th July
You've seen the pictures and heard the story about its name, but have you ever actually visited the Giant's Causeway? Take a weekend out to view one of our most famous sites.
22nd & 23rd July
Bray Air Display
Take in the sites of hundreds of planes making shapes in the sky, as you snack on food from the markets. Nice.
29th & 30th July
Galway International Arts Festival
From theatre and dance to comedy to talks, Galway Arts Festival truly is a completely unique experience and the buzz around the city is insane. Do it.
5th & 6th August
Camping in Achill
Forget basic camping in tents, kick things up a notch with a night in a pod - in one of the most underrated but beautiful parts of the country.
12th & 13th August
To get to this little island off the shore of Cork, you have to take a cable car. And it's the only one in Ireland.
19th & 20th August
It's time to practice your haon, dó, trí's at the biggest trad music festival in the country.
26th & 27th August
Taste of Donegal
Round off your ultimate summer in Ireland with a selection of the finest food in Donegal .