The Dubs are in Dublin for the World Cup…but there’s a whole new set of problems to deal with

The Dub team have made their way back to Dublin to be part of the celebrations ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

Dublin Tenements will open up its five-star Waterfront Plaza to the public for a 10-day ‘Tenement Experience’ from Wednesday July 26, with the show opening with a special performance by Dubstep band The Dub Team.

Dubliner Tenements is one of the city’s newest developments, which opened in 2018.

The project is being designed by Dublin-based architect David Deane, who is known for his work in the City of Light.

Dub City Tenements, which includes a two-bedroom two-bathroom development, will open on the ground floor of the Waterfront Square on July 26. 

A 10-block area will be transformed into the Dubs’ favourite watering hole, and the group will perform at a series of events throughout the day.

The ‘Tenements Experience’ will feature performances by the Dub Team and their local band The Black Sheep. 

The event will feature entertainment, food, arts and crafts, arts education, and live entertainment.

Dubliners Tenements website explains the experience, which starts at 7.30pm.

Dublins Tenements’ website describes the event as: “The Dubs have been in Dublin all week, and are ready to make their mark on the city.”

The group will then perform at an outdoor performance at the Waterfall Park at 2pm on July 25, followed by performances on the River Dermot and the River Ballymun in the evening.