You may have only barely recovered from the intensity of last weekend's All-Ireland final but Mayo and Dublin battle it out again in the Ladies Final on Sunday.
However, if you can't handle the excitement, YourDaysOut.ie has plenty of other ideas for things to do all over Ireland this weekend.
We've done all the hard work and narrowed the list down to some of our favourites.
Culture Night takes place on Friday with over 3,000 events across the country, there is a Game of Thrones festival in Downpatrick, an aviation family day in Shannon, hot air balloons take to the skies over Galway and lots, lots more.
The 13th Culture Night takes place on Friday with venues and public spaces across the island of Ireland opening their doors to host a programme of free late-night entertainment, as part of an all-island celebration of arts, heritage and culture. This year there are over 3,000 events all across the country.
In Dublin, hop on one of the FREE Dublin Bus Culture Buses to visit venues in the city including a night at three National Museums that are all open late or a enjoy a special music concert for children and families in The Ark, Temple Bar.
In Cork, the historical Cork City Gaol building will host to the Cork Light Orchestra, who will perform music inspired by the orchestras of the 1920s and 1930s.
In Belfast, enjoy some Samba at City Hall or a BMX display down at the harbour.
The Galway Community Circus host an afternoon of workshops in aerial yoga, hula–hooping, balancing and games on Friday afternoon.
The Mayo Ladies don't have to battle a curse this weekend as they attempt to win their first All-Ireland since 2003. However, they are up against a Dublin team determined to taste victory having lost the last three finals.
The 63rd festival is three days of events in the festival marquee including the National Oyster Opening (shucking) Champs, live bands, dancing, a feast of seafood delights and the World Oyster Olympics.
Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival is a fantastic annual fun-filled festival with music, drama, dance, heritage events, food & craft markets, country sports and plenty of good old-fashioned games for the children.
The show has been running since the early 1800s and is older than the more recognisable horse show in Dublin. A fun family day out plus there are lots of fun competitions, that include prizes for InHand & Ridden Horses & Ponies, Cattle & Sheep, Poultry, Art & Vegetables.
Attention, Aviation fans! The Buccaneer Aviation Group from Bruntingthorpe arrive to operate XX897 for the 1st Annual Buccaneer Wing Swing Day on Sunday at Atlantic AirAdventure in Shannon, the Modelling Munster IPMS Ireland will have a great display of model aircraft on show, Shannon Aviation Group will also be on site with a fantastic collection of their photographs along with Clare Classic and Vintage Car Club with their beautiful collection on display and lots more.
Game of Thrones may be over for another year, but you can get your fix of all things Stark this weekend at Castle Ward.
Discover the setting of the Stark family home, see first-hand theatrical re-enactments from the fantasy TV series, meet an actor from the show, watch spectacular games unfold in a mystical landscape and enjoy lively music, local food and much more.
The skies above Loughrea, Co. Galway will be filled with the beautiful sight of dozens of Hot Air Balloons compete in the national championships, the longest running event of its kind in the world! The spectacular launch is scheduled for 4:30 on Sunday at the Lough Rea Hotel & Spa.
The festival might conclude this weekend but there is plenty of fun to be had. Highlights include a Monster LOLS: Stand Up Comedy for Kids in Smock Alley and Birdy, a show in the Project Arts theatre about the adventures of Birdy and her quest to put together the best band in the world.
Treat yourself to brunch in the Great Dining Hall of Wells House where they are hosting a one-off culinary event this Sunday that is sure to whet your appetite.
A weekend celebration of arts, crafts, workshops, culture and all things creative. All events are FREE and open to everyone. Throughout the festival, an exhibition of local artwork and photography will be on display. All events are free and no booking is required.
A unique festival in Sligo to remember the fascinating story of the ill-fated Spanish Armada voyage of 1588 through the medium of music, song, dance and a fun BBQ and entertainment in a pop-up Spanish Quarter in Grange and a commemorative event at the wreck-site on Streedagh Strand on Sunday.
The festival concludes this weekend with a free street festival in Market Square featuring some spectacular entertainers followed by the Grand Parade that will fill the town with a fully illuminated community procession designed with the help of local schoolchildren.
Three Things to Do Next Week:
Ireland’s southern capital will host a spectacular four-day music event, packed with Ireland's finest traditional musicians, dancers and singers from September 28th.
The 60th Festival will run from September 28 to October 15 with performances in venues and locations across the city featuring theatre, music, dance and family events
Running from the 29th -31st, the highlight has to be the popular Taste Trail, where you can sample local produce in over seventy venues throughout Dingle.