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Miko Russell Festival, Doolin

Doolin, world renowned for traditional music, offers a festival not to be missed.
Micho Russell Memorial Festival 2002

Lisdoonvarna Match-Making Festival

September is traditionally high season in Lisdoonvarna, when fun and gaiety take on a new zest. Lisdoonvarna's reputation for match-making originated when farmers, after the harvest was gathered sought relaxation and, if needs be, wives.

Killaloe International Music Festival

St Flannan's Cathedral attracts large crowds each July when the Irish Chamber Orchestra host this major international music festival

Feile Brian Boru, Killaloe

A weekend of celebration of Brian Boru's reign as High King of Ireland. In mid July the town comes alive with music, song and pageantry. Fancy dress parades, fishing competitions and bar-b-ques are also part of the fun.

Feakle International Music Festival

In August offers a wide variety of workshops, festival sessions and open air concerts over this long weekend.

Mountshannon Arts Festival

A event not to be missed on the June Bank Holiday weekend. Includes music sessions, theatre and art.

Shannon Dolphin Festival

Held in Kilrush in mid-July. The festival offers traditional music sessions, singing, performance arts, a parade and carnival.

Éigse Mrs. Crotty

A tradtional music weekend held in KIlrush in mid-August.

Cruinniú na mBád, Kinvara

The Cruinniú na mBád summer sea festival is organised by the village to recall the booming trade of the 19th century and sees the old 'Galway Hookers' compete in thrilling races and events.

Clarinbridge Oyster Festival

held on the weekend of the 2nd Sunday in September out in the open.

Fleadh ná gCuach

(The Cuckoo Flead), also in Kinvara, is a traditional music festival held on the first Bank Holiday in May.

There is a medieval type festival in Athenry each summer.

Willie Clancy International Summer School

July in Miltown Malbay brings the masters of Irish music to share their expertise.

The Fleadh Nua

in Ennis and festivals in Ennistymon, Feakle, Tulla, Kilmihil and Killaloe showcase the deep-rooted music traditions of the County. This festival commemorates one of the traditional Irish Uilleann Pipers and takes the form of workshops, lectures and traditional Irish music sessions.

The Pan Celtic Festival

takes place in Ennis April 1st- 6th.

Ennis Arts Festival (June 19-23)

Galway Arts Festival

National and International theatre, dance, spectacle music, literature and visual arts indoors and outdoors.


Info on Local Activities,
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Regional Info

A quick tour of Clare
and South Galway, with maps and useful information...


A guide to some of the Local Attractions. Check out what there is to offer...


All sorts of Festivals, for every age and taste...


An area steeped in Heritage and Folklore. (A short guide)

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