Top 10 August Bank Holiday Festivals | Camping Ireland

Top 10 August Bank Holiday Festivals

Top 10 August Bank Holiday Festivals Camping Ireland

Are you looking for some ideas on what to do this August Bank Holiday Weekend? Enjoy these last (hopefully sunny) days of summer while visiting one of the many Irish Open Air festivals that take place on the weekend from July 31st to August 3rd 2015. We’ve put together a list of our Top 10 favourite Bank Holiday Festivals:

Enniscorthy Rockin’ Food Fest (31st of July to 3rd of August) combine’s three fantastic festivals in one great town to bring you a family fun weekend not to be missed. The Vinegar Hill Battle Re-enactment has joined forces with Enniscorthy Rock n Roll Town and Enniscorthy Foods Festival to bring you four days of unique experiences and fabulous entertainment catering for you and old. Click here to learn more

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Waterford Spraoi International Festival of Street Arts, now in its 23rd year, brings high quality street art performers and musicians from all around the world to entertain and amaze you. This festival offers a jam packed programme that is sure to have something for everyone! Click here to learn more  Waterford Spraoi Festival

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Muff Festival 2015 Inisowen, Donegal is a village festival of fun, frolics and entertainment for all the family, offering a programme of over 30 free (or very inexpensive) wide, varied and often quirky events over four days. From the festival kick off with an opening parade of themed floats including street entertainers to the final event, there really is something for everyone. Click here to learn more

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Tread Softly - Yeats Arts Festival. 2015 is a Yeatsian themed arts festival aimed at broadening the appeal of the Yeats/Sligo connection through a programme of spoken word, art and music performances. The festival is working in collaboration with the Yeats International Summer School to attract local and overseas visitors who have an interest in, or knowledge of, W.B Yeats and the extended Yeats family. Click here to learn more

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Spirit of Mother Jones Festival.. A 4 day festival celebrating the spirit of Mother Jones; one of Cork's most famous daughters, who was also described as being the "most dangerous woman in America". The festival will entail a range of concerts, talks, workshops and awards.Click here to learn more

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The Cahersiveen Festival of Music and the Arts, now in its 20th year, is a celebration of music, history and culture with an action-packed programme of events as well as quality musical entertainment. This festival has become renowned in Kerry as a family fun festival, offering something for everyone. Enjoy a wide variety of live music with top bands performing on Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the main festival stage.Click here to learn more

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Galway Races Summer Festival is a seven day festival of superb racing, fun and magnificent fashion. Punters flock to Ballybrit each year for this seven day racing extravaganza. There are very popular feature races each day with the historic Galway Plate on Wednesday and the Galway Hurdle on Thursday. In fact, there are 52 races run altogether over the week! Click here to learn more Galway Races

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Festival Cluain Meala promises an exciting programme, over nine summer days, of cycling, busking and heritage events. Opening with the Suir Valley 3 Day International Cycle Race, Clonmel's roads will be closed to host an international Criterium and four sun sportives including a 5km Family Fun Sportive. Click here to learn more

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Dublin Rock-N-Roll Festival Celebrating the era of the 1950s and 60s when Rock ‘n’ Roll was not only the music of choice but it was also a way of life, the Dublin Rock-N-Roll Festival will take over Dublin’s Dame District for the August bank holiday weekend. Click here to learn more

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Boyle Arts Festival is a magnificent festival gem with an emphasis on small, intimate events in historical and architecturally interesting buildings. Blossoming into an annual 10 day event, it has built a significant reputation, earning it a place as one of Ireland's best celebrations of the arts each summer. Click here to learn more

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