Check out the musical powerhouse that is Belfast City
Check out how we dance in Ireland, traditional style
The Waterford Garden Trail boasts a range of events and includes gardens of the great old houses as well as garden centres.
Each year, the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre in Donore hosts a céili and set dancing session in the lead-up to St Patrick’s...
The banks of the Boyne have their biggest weekend of the year when the Irish Maritime Festival arrives into Drogheda...
Ireland’s national maritime festival, SeaFest, returns to Galway Harbour in July.
The Limerick St. Patrick's Festival is a weekend-long celebration featuring Ireland's largest regional parade and the...
For the sixth year running, traditional music, song, and dance will take over Kilkenny City across the St Patrick’s...
Cork City will burst into life this St Patrick’s Day weekend with an array of activities across town culminating in...
St Patrick's Festival, Ireland's national celebration of identity, arts and culture, will showcase the very best of...
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