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  1. Bard Summer School & Festival

    Clare Island, Mayo

    Each July, the Bard Summer School explores the contemporary relevance of the ancient Irish myths on Clare Island, Co. Mayo - the ancestral home of Granuaile. Read more

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  2. Youghal Celebrates - The Fitzgeralds of Desmond Dynasty

    Youghal, Cork

    From Gallic Warlords to Gaelic Overlords, Seneschals and Poets, the conference aims to celebrate the legacy of the Fitzgerald of Desmond dynasty in the Blackwater Valley from earliest times to 1798. Event... Read more

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  3. Loughcrew Autumn Equinox Festival

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Celebrate the Autumn Equinox at 5,500 year old Loughcrew Cairns with activities including dawn ceremonies, spiritual seminars and workshops. Read more

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  4. Dromana 800

    Villierstown, Waterford

    800 years of history in one magical weekend, celebrating 24 generations of the FitzGerald family at Dromana with an exciting festival full of events offering something for all tastes. Read more

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  5. Féile Brian Ború

    Ballina, Tipperary

    Féile Brian Ború is an annual festival taking place in the twin-towns of Killaloe, Co. Clare & Ballina, Co. Tipperary. Each year the festival commemorates Ireland's greatest High King in his native place. Read more

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  6. Festival of the Pirate Queen

    Westport, Mayo

    This festival celebrates the life of Grace O'Malley, one of the most inspirational women in Irish history. Events take place all over Clew Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, the land base for her sea-faring... Read more

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  7. Féile Brian Ború

    Killaloe, Clare

    Féile Brian Ború is an annual festival taking place in the twin-towns of Killaloe, Co. Clare & Ballina, Co. Tipperary. Each year the festival commemorates Ireland's greatest High King in his native place. Read more

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  8. The Táin March

    Louth, Louth

    Queen Maeve and her loyal warriors (the 27th Army Battalion from Aitken Barracks, Dundalk) march to Omeath, Cooley Peninsula, amassing more warriors on route. Events along the route in Roscommon and Louth. Read more

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  9. Baltimore Pirate Festival

    Baltimore, Cork

    Family fun festival with a Pirates' Gathering, best dressed competition, entertainment, challenges, music, drama, shanties and trips in and on the water! Read more

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  10. Spirit of Mother Jones Festival

    Cork City, Cork

    A unique 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. Read more

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