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Dublin: 14 °C Thursday 4 June, 2020

Like cycling and music? ... you should read this!

Get on your bike and head to Raheny next weekend.

Image: bicycle via Shutterstock

DUBLIN IS PLANNING to get creative next weekend by bringing cycling and music together.

The idea is that 50 bicycles will travel through a park and use their bicycle bells as an instrument.

Cyclists will take cues from composer, Merche Blasco, to create a sound score.

The collective sound project, BLINK, is being held to mark the Giro d’Italia in Dublin.

This is what it looked/sounded like when it happened in New York.

Source: WSJDigitalNetwork/YouTube

The event is on at St.Anne’s Park in Raheny next Friday and Saturday night at 8:45-9:15.

You can register here.

It was commissioned by Dublin City Council.

Here’s the details again, all together in a really cute poster:


Read: Cycle to work scheme: your questions answered>

Read: These maps show the planned 2,840km of cycle routes for the greater Dublin area>


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