Carla is a Zumba Kids instructor and Europe's first Generation POUND (drumming) instructor. Her favorite thing about teaching your little ones is helping them foster a love of movement at a young age and make fitness as a natural part of their lives. Carla's classes are not only fun, loud and full of games and music but also incorporate key childhood development elements such as leadership, respect, team work, confidence, self-esteem, memory, creativity, coordination, balance, cultural awareness - no wonder she was nominated as Ireland's best kids instructor in the Ireland's Fitness Industry Awards.
Zoryanna Tribal Dancers
We are a troupe of tribal style belly dancers taking our influences from world cultures & music
Live DJ Sets
House DJ's and friends will be playing a mix of music for you to dance, relax or enjoy throughout the festival.
Early Years Music
A hands on workshop for kids aged 2-6 with DLR music generation
Soap Box Talks
Nutrition, environmental & food focused talks.
Guitar & Ukelele Workshop
Hands on workshop for kids aged 6 and up to try their hand at playing and learning guitar and ukelele with DLR music generation.
Using homemade percussion instruments kids will be making music in no time with DLR music generation.
A brilliant lineup of DLR's most promising youth bands and performers.
Music Generation is Ireland’s national music education programme which transforms the lives of children and young people through access to high-quality, affordable performance music education. Established in 2010 by Music Network, the programme is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education and Skills and Local Music Education Partnerships. Music Generation dlr is managed by dlr Local Music Education Partnership, led by dlr County Council in partnership with Dublin and Dún Laoghaire Education and Training Board, TUSLA, Southside Partnership dlr, Blackrock Education Centre, IADT, UCD and Crosscare. The goal of Music Generation dlr is to develop a range of affordable and accessible performance music education programmes for children and young people age 0 to 18. This includes working in partnership with schools, libraries, community music groups and local music schools.