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The Gathering of the Clans takes place every Easter and is a chance to witness and experience some good old Irish culture, music, craic and sports!
Cloghane Brandon Walking and Music Festival includes walks of various levels in the breath-taking Mount Brandon Range, pub sessions and a performance by Sean Keane.
A fantastic celebration of Irish music, song and dance in the beautiful setting of Kenmare town, featuring the cream of Irish traditional and folk artists.
The annual celebration of the most influential women working in the public eye is set to take place at the third Women in Media conference. The only event of its kind in Ireland, it's not to be missed.
Dingle is overtaken every year by this carnival of fun, music, books, art, dance, film and theatre - a distillation of the creative energy of the peninsula.
Listowel's commemorative Military Tattoo includes military re-enactors, vintage military vehicles, staged battles with blank ammunition, commemorative military parade and a hangar dance - all making for...
Walking festival taking place over bogland and farmland in North Kerry and West Limerick, which takes in some fantastic views of the Shannon Estuary from Foynes right out to the mouth of the Shannon.
Ireland's leading and longest running internationally acclaimed literary festival, taking place in the historic and intimate surrounding of Listowel, Co. Kerry.
K-Fest features more than 100 artists in 25 pop-up galleries, over 30 bands in bars and venues, spoken word events throughout the weekend and a fantastic film programme.
Now in its 9th year, Ireland Bike Fest Killarney, Ireland's only free open biker festival, has grown into a well-oiled machine attracting bike enthusiasts in their tens of thousands from all over the world.
Half marathon €46 and full marathon €58
All-in Packages from €150
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