Hereâ€™s a round-up of the events taking place across Ireland over the weekend.
ITâ€™S GOING TO be another warm weekend so letâ€™s make the most of it.
The sixth annual Dublin Kite Festival is taking place tomorrow on Bull Island.
The festival, organised by Dublin City Council, promises kite making workshops, a kite flying competition and live music.
There will be kiting experts on hand if you need help getting yours off the ground.
Irelandâ€™s National Chamber Choir is performing a free concert on Sunday at midday in theÂ Hugh Lane Gallery.
They will be joinedÂ byÂ the Swiss conductor Nicolas Fink for aÂ programme of sacred music in the surrounds of one of Dublinâ€™s most famous galleries.
Free tickets will be available at the door so early arrival is advised, find out more about the eventÂ here.
The Cork Concert Orchestra is performing A Night At The Movies tonight in City Hall.
The orchestra will perform someÂ all-time great musical scores and themes â€“ from Lawrence of Arabia to Star Wars right through to Schindlerâ€™s List.
Itâ€™s World Gin Day today and to mark the occasion a dedicated Gin Village will be appearing in the Latin Quarter fromÂ 1pm.
Thereâ€™ll be a wide range ofÂ IrishÂ and international gins on offer including Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin, Bloom Gin, Silver Spear Gin and Bonac 24.
The event takes placeÂ in the Quays Bar with gin-infused snacks on offer too.
The Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival continues today and tomorrow.
Tonight the festival moves to Westport Town Hall Theatre where the Hot Rock Pilgrims will headline with â€˜high-energy Appalachian musicâ€™.
Sunday night is dedicated to folk music and will be hosted by Westportâ€™s own Clew Bay Folk Group.
A numberÂ of the groupâ€™s performers will open the night before the main act Daoiri Farrell takes to the stage.
A limited number of tickets for eventsÂ over the weekend are still availableÂ here.
Maghery Coastal Adventures is having its first snorkel safari of the year tomorrow at Captainâ€™s Beach.
Meet atÂ Maghery Community Centre in West Donegal at 1.30pm for a chance to explore the colourful wildlife in the waters off the Rosses coast.
The safari is suitable for beginnersÂ or if youâ€™re just looking to improveÂ your snorkelling skills.