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Festivals & Events

A five day celebration of the best in local and international Traditional Irish music song and dance through concerts, workshops, sessions and lectures. Held in Kilalrney each February.
Various venues around the Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry. This festival draws literary figures, artists, politicians, musicians, etc., worldwide. The Festival is held anually in May.
The Killarney Summerfest is one of the biggest and best festivals in the south west. It's held annually in July Killarney. The programme has events and activities to suit all age and tastes. As well as lots of street entertainment they'll be special kiddies events like the much loved Teddy Bear's Picnic,  productions at the INEC, a fun - fair carnival and lots of children's workshops.

After 36 years this event has blossomed into one of Ireland’s largest and most anticipated literary events on the calendar. There are a range of workshops,  that deals with the diverse styles of writing. This is the ideal event for any budding writer. It gives them a chance to come, talk with established writers and help them build a platform with which to build their talent. Held in Listowel each June

A world percussion festival featuring the bodhrán, the Irish frame drum. This festival has competitions, workshops, concerts and street entertainment with percussionists and traditional Irish musicians from all over the world. Held in Milltown each June


 Ireland oldest festival is held on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August annually. Come to Killorglin to see the crowning of Irelands only King, a puck goat!
Puck’s a time where old friends meet and new friendships are forged!
The festival always has an extensive line up with something for all the family including horse and cattle fairs, street entertainment, and a funfair along with a fantastic fireworks display to end the festival!


One of Irelands most famous annual events, drawing crowds from all over the world as people come back home to Ireland after perhaps generations of being away. The festival includes a parade, free open-air concerts and lots more in the way of fun and merriment. The event is topped off by the crowning of the Rose, as decided by the panel of judges who evaluate which girl has the nicest personality. Held in Tralee every August.


Visitors can look forward to a fun packed programme of activities and events giving the many visitors to this beautiful part of Ireland a chance to experience Christmas as it should be and enjoy the build up to the season in a relaxed, happy and safe environment.