Tag Archives: Irish festivals
2014’s St Patrick’s Festival attracted a record 7.74 million visitors, resulting in an additional nine percent of visitors taking a trip to Ireland. The rise in visitors for the 2014 festival was due to the €65,000 investment it received from … Continue reading
Ireland has always been renowned for its love of horse racing and the Christmas period is a particularly busy time for punters and jockeys alike with a number of exciting Racing Festivals taking place in both Dublin and Limerick. Continue reading
2013’s Dublin Web Summit was the fourth instalment of the event which has now become regarded as among Europe’s leading technology conferences. Continue reading
Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles appearance in Ireland, Dublin plays host to the inaugural Beatles Festival today – 7th November.
This October bank holiday looks set to be another jam packed weekend up and the down the country with many festivals and events for people of all ages and interests kicking off in towns and cities throughout the 3 days … Continue reading
From 9th – 17th November, the 58th Cork Film Festival will take place in Cork City.
Just a week away and taking place from 14th – 20th October, the official Cork Gathering 2013 flagship event, Cork Rebel Week will begin.
Taking place in Wexford town from the 23d October to the 3rd November is the Wexford Festival Opera.
Taking place from 26th – 29th September in Galway City and celebrating its 59th year is the Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival.
Taking place in Skibbereen and the neighbouring towns and villages in West Cork from 6th – 15th September 2013, A Taste of West Cork celebrates its 10 year anniversary.