International travel will be allowed from July 19th, and indoor dining can happen from July 5th under proposals going before Cabinet later.
The number of people allowed at a wedding will be increased to 50 from early July, before going to 100 in August.
Outdoor dining can return on June 7th for restaurants - while cinemas and gyms will be able to re-open then.
Taoiseach Micheal Martin will make an address later today to outline the decisions made.
Indoor events could have a cap of 200 people for large venues in August.
But legendary entertainer Paddy Cole says that's not enough to make most concerts and gigs viable.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland has said it will be taking a legal challenge in a bid to be allowed to open indoor dining at the same time as hotels on June 2nd.
They will be allowed to open for outdoor dining on June 7th under proposals before Cabinet.
While, the Vintners Federation of Ireland says pubs should be allowed open earlier than July 5th.
Chief Executive, Padraig Cribben says the 1 metre length of stay rule for customers should also be scrapped.