Battle for the Bay two-day event is a unique celebration of Irish water sports with plenty of land action and has grown year on year into a seriously enjoyable weekend on Dollymount Strand in…
Groove Festival a family friendly festival will be returning to the stunning, world-renowned surrounds of Killruddery House & Gardens, Bray, Co Wicklow.
Riverfest Summer Festival kicks off over the May Bank Holiday weekend and will showcase & celebrate all that’s great about Limerick City!
Come along to Party in the Park, a family day out, There will be plenty to see and do for kids of all ages;
‘OurLand’ – a brand new family festival set against the backdrop of the stunning Lough Boora Discovery Park in Co. Offaly
Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival, is a fantastic annual fun-filled festival with music, drama, dance, heritage events, food & craft markets, country sports and…
Ireland’s only free public air display including the best in Irish aerobatics, plus top visiting international acts, including the world-famous Blades and the Gnat Display Team.
The Dublin Chinese New Year Festival in 2016 year celebrates the year of the Monkey
The Adult Learners’ Festival is a nationwide celebration of adult learning coordinated by AONTAS, the National Adult Learning Organisation
The Mountains To Sea Book Festival is proud to present an events programme that has something for everyone.
Dublin Bay Prawn Festival, one of Ireland’s largest food festivals, is set in the beautiful seaside fishing village of Howth in north Dublin
The Dublin Horse Show is a wonderful day out, offering something for everyone – whether you are a horse enthusiast or not!
The Ardmore Pattern Festival in July is a free fun-filled festival for all ages in the beautiful seaside village of Ardmore in West Waterford
Puck Fair Festival taking place in Killorglin, Co. Kerry from the 10th of August to the 12th of August where there will be three days of FREE family fun
Cork Craft month will bring together the very best of Cork’s unique craftmakers and artists from ceramicists, jewellers and textile-workers to furniture-makers, woodturners and carvers
National Heritage Week has grown into a highly successful programme of over 1700 events taking place during the last week of August – Find a event in the Events Calandar