Ireland Festivals 2019, 2020

Mayo International Kite Festival 2019

Mayo International Kite Festival

July 20, 2019

Keel, Achill Island, Mayo, Keel, Ireland

Sunrise Children's Festival 2019

Sunrise Children's Festival

July, 2019

Galway, Ireland

Feile Cheoil Chill Chartha 2019

Feile Cheoil Chill Chartha

July, 2019


Dublin Festival 2019

Dublin Festival

July, 2019

Royal Dublin Society (RDS), Dublin, Ireland

FLAME 2019


July, 2019

Julianstown, Julianstown, Ireland

The Promenade Festival 2019

The Promenade Festival

July, 2019

The Promenade, Tramore, Co Waterford, Waterford, Ireland

Midlands Home & Garden Festival And Exhibition 2019

Midlands Home & Garden Festival And Exhibition

July, 2019

Belvedere House, Mullingar, Ireland

Longitude 2019


July, 2019

Marlay Park, Marlay Park, Grange Rd Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

The Promise 2019

The Promise

July, 2019

Swords Castle, Dublin, Ireland

Boyle Arts Festival 2019

Boyle Arts Festival

July, 2019

King House, Boyle, Galway, Ireland

Indiependence Music & Arts Festival 2019

Indiependence Music & Arts Festival

July, 2019

Deer Farm, Mitchelstown, Ireland

Galway International Arts Festival 2019

Galway International Arts Festival

July, 2019

Multiple Locations Throughout Galway, Galway, Galway, Ireland

Limerick LGBTQ Pride Festival 2019

Limerick LGBTQ Pride Festival

July, 2019

Limerick, Ireland

Longtitude 2019


July, 2019

Marlay Park, Baile Átha Cliath, Ireland

Twilight Racing with Johnny Brady  2019

Twilight Racing with Johnny Brady

July, 2019

Limerick Racecourse, Limerick, Ireland

Carrick Water Music Festival 2019

Carrick Water Music Festival

July, 2019

Leitrim, Ireland

Munster Food and Garden Show 2019

Munster Food and Garden Show

July, 2019

D&M Garden Centre, Ballycannon, Croagh, Co. Limerick, Croagh, Ireland

Thurles Sarsfields International Hurling Festival 2019

Thurles Sarsfields International Hurling Festival

July, 2019

Thurles, Tipperary, Ireland, Thurles, Ireland

Swift Satire Festival 2019

Swift Satire Festival

July, 2019

TRIM CASTLE, Dublin, Ireland

Swift Satire Festival 2019

Swift Satire Festival

July, 2019

TRIM CASTLE, Trim, Ireland

Clonmel Junction Festival 2019

Clonmel Junction Festival

July, 2019

Central House, Clonmel, Ireland

Galway Garden Festival 2019

Galway Garden Festival

July, 2019

Claregalway Castle, Claregalway, Co Galway, Claregalway, Ireland

Kinsale Arts Festival 2019

Kinsale Arts Festival

July, 2019

Farrangalway, Kinsale, Kinsale, Ireland

West Cork Literary Festival 2019

West Cork Literary Festival

July, 2019

Bantry House and St. Brendan's Church, Bantry, Ireland

About Festivals in Ireland

The Republic of Ireland is renowned for four-leafed clovers, shillelagh-wielding leprechauns, warm welcomes and frothy glasses of dark black Guinness. It’s a beautiful country with hills, fields and pastures aplenty – and all year round, the country hosts a number of interesting and entertaining festivals for those who fancy a proper taste of authentic Irish fun!

One of the most iconic festivals in the country is Dublin’s St Patrick’s Festival, the Irish national holiday. The day commemorates the death of St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, and is jam-packed with parades, music, culture, arts, family fun, traditional food and plenty of authentic Irish history and heritage. The festival offers almost 3,000 performers and more than half a million eager attendees. It’s a truly fun event with warm smiles and a jolly atmosphere. Throughout Ireland, there are many other similar events, though smaller in scale… so if you can’t make it to Dublin, you’ll be able to get your fix elsewhere!

The musical heritage of Ireland is massive, with a huge influence on folk and many other genres. The country hosts a vast amount of large-scale musical mayhem, including Ballyshannon Folk and Traditional Music Festival alongside many more intimate and charming events. The country also hosts music festivals with big-name headliners from pop, rock and alternative music, with events including Electric Picnic and Body & Soul. Previous headliners at these events have included names like LCD Soundsystem, New Order and Lana Del Rey.

Other cultural festivals in Ireland include Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, a rib-tickling chortle-fest of gags and jabs which offers five days of various big names and rising stars in the world of comedy. Dublin Writers’ Week exhibits the best of the written word, with readings, debates, discussions, masterclasses, workshops, exhibitions and performances. The event celebrates the iconic heritage of Irish wordsmiths… and a place which has borne the likes of Oscar Wilde and James Joyce is sure to keep churning out top-notch penmen and women!

Many events celebrate food and drink, the most famous of which is Galway Oyster Festival, the longest-running oyster festival on the planet. Galway creates some of the world’s best, saltiest and tastiest oysters, and the event offers a chockful of shucking along with entertainment and attractions. Other food festivals in Ireland include Irish Craft Beer Festival and A Taste of Donegal.