An Ice Cave is coming to Ireland for the first time and it sounds CLASS 4 years ago

An Ice Cave is coming to Ireland for the first time and it sounds CLASS

If you've ever been to an Ice Bar you'll know how fun they are. 

You get special ponchos, gloves and enjoy a few drinks in the frozen bar. While we've had a pop-up Ice Bar in the past in Dublin, we've never seen a cave before and it sounds very intriguing.


Now, for the first time ever, Coors Light will be inviting people into Ireland’s first ever Ice Cave.

From August 4th to 10th, it will be taking up residence in Dublin City.

The pop-up adventure will be chilling out in George’s Dock in the heart of the IFSC for seven days only, giving you and your mates the chance to have some fun in the cold.

Guests will be provided with special thermal capes to fend off the chills while they grab a frosty Coors Light and dance the cold away to live DJs blasting out the latest tunes. Revellers will also have the chance to record their best moves and share them instantly on the innovative GIF wall.

While admission to the Coors Light Ice Cave is free from noon until 10pm every day, guests are advised to pre-book their tickets as a unique opportunity like this is bound to peak people’s interest. You can pre-book your tickets now at

To get a preview and find out more you can also follow the popular beer brand on social media and follow the conversation at #LoveTheCold.