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I BELIEVE, Ireland’s first winter food, drink, craft and horticulture festival, will proudly put the city on the map with an iconic 50ft Christmas tree.  Kicking off with the inaugural Annual Tree Lighting ceremony on Thursday, 26th November, this festive experience will be one to remember.  


The tree, which was donated by Coillte, is set to become Dublin’s finest Christmas landmark and will rival New York’s Rockefeller Tree, becoming a new nationwide official symbol of the festive season.


Set amongst an authentic Irish Christmas market full of charm, visitors to I BELIEVE will find high quality, one-off gifts from individual traders and seasonal pop-up shops, including Bord Bia and Kilkenny Shop.



With charity at its roots, I BELIEVE will become an area for Irish charities including Temple Street Foundation, Simon Communities Ireland, ISPCC Childline, Barretstown, Inner City Helping Homeless, Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Christina Noble Children’s Foundation to build awareness and fundraise.


For those with young families, I BELIEVE in Santa will offer a unique experience which will refresh their belief and build memories that will last a lifetime. The experience will include traditional storytelling and singing, a subtle lesson about caring for those less fortunate, a family photograph with Santa and much more.


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