Dublin Castle Boutique Christmas Market | Submissions for Craft Vendors

Posted 29.10.19

OPW is pleased to announce an exciting new event for Christmas 2019 taking place from 12th to 22nd December, 12noon – 8pm daily, at the heart of the city, in the historic surroundings of Dublin Castle.

The Dublin Castle Boutique Christmas Market will be hosted in the Upper Courtyard of the Castle and will be a curated event, designed to complement the Castle’s Christmas event offering.

Access to the market will be free to the public and the event is presented and co-produced by the Office of Public Works and Dublin City Council and will be supported by a national marketing campaign.

The goal of the market is to offer a destination/Christmas orientated family experience with an emphasis on high-quality Irish Crafts, art, food and drink.

Vendors who are able to particpate for the full 11 days of the event will be given precedence, but those who can only attend for shorter periods will also be accommodated if suitable. The number of market stalls is very limited and this will be a curated event with certain criteria required in order to be selected. Please send your submission to gillian@equinoxevents.ie.

Please include the following: 

  • Contact details including name, mobile number and email address. 
  • Details of your product. The market wishes to specially emphasise quality Irish crafts and foods so do let us know about the origins/provenance of what you will offer on your stall including the price range. 

Vendors will be housed in 3 x 3 wooden festive chalets. Please include in your submission if you cannot be accommodated in this type of structure.
 

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