Christmas Festival

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Christmas Festival

PERIscope 2015

Bord Bia is delighted to be involved in the 2015 I BELIEVE™ Christmas Festival taking place in the CHQ building from November 26th to December 23rd inclusive.

The Bord Bia "Christmas Box" shop will be located inside the CHQ building for the duration of the festival, selling some 500 individual Irish food, drink and horticulture products from over 120 of Ireland’s best producers. Bord Bia is looking forward to bringing the “Christmas Box” shop to this unique festive experience which offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to experience a taste of Christmas in the capital. All products were specially chosen to facilitate easy entertaining and to help make the all-important Christmas dinner extra-special; With great cranberry sauces, cheeses and chutneys, a wonderful range of cakes and sweet treats, including traditional and gluten-free mince pies and Christmas cakes, there really is something for everyone. There’ll be a great selection of craft beers and craft Irish spirits as well as plenty of other tasty gift ideas!

About IBELIEVE™ Christmas Festival

The IBELIEVE™ Christmas Festival extravaganza, brought to you by, will offer the magic of Christmas spanning over 50,000 square feet, covering the entire Custom House Quarter, stretching right across Georges Quay and incorporating the CHQ Building. The event, centred on a 50 foot awe-inspiring Christmas tree, which has been harvested by Coillte in County Wicklow, promises to be fun for all of the family! Apart from the ‘’Christmas Box’’, there will be some 60 trader stands offering an wide array of food, drink, craft, design and horticulture products in a festive village experience. IBELIEVE™ Christmas Festival will bring 28 days of festive entertainment to the city. Why not pop-in to the picture-postcard chalets in the ‘Après-Ski’ area or visit the iconic Clery’s Santa, who has relocated his workshop and elves to the festival? For more information visit