24 April 2015 - 27 April 2015
Kilfenora, Co Clare, one of Ireland’s most famous music locations stages it annual traditional music festival from Friday 24 to Monday 27 April 2015. As always, there will be concerts, set-dancing in the home of Irish céilí and the legendary Kilfenora pub sessions. Headlining are Frankie Gavin’s De Dannan in concert, the Kilfenora Céilí Band playing open-air, and céilís with The Star of Munster and Four Courts.
26 April 2015
11:00 - 17:00
Clare Garden Festival will be held again on the last Sunday in April - 26th April 2015. The festival provides a day out for all the family with great food and entertainment available and is a treat for all gardeners. Clare Garden Festival will be led by celebrity speakers from the gardening world bringing exciting talks for ornamental and vegetable gardeners and it will feature a vast Garden & Food Fair of over 60 quality stalls from all over Ireland. The venue Ennis showgrounds featuring a...
30 April 2015 - 04 May 2015
The weekend kicks off on Thursday night with an assemblage of the funniest, most entertaining story-tellers in Clare. It comes to a rollicking end on Monday with the Festival Fancy Dress Parade and Lark at the Lake. From the opening recitations on Thursday til the sun sets Monday evening, there's a large Programme of Events from which to choose. Coupled with Corofin’s unique setting of lakes, historical venues, mystical stone landscape, and great expanse of sky, you have every reason to joi...
01 May 2015 - 03 May 2015
A festival of all things Father Ted, there will be location tours, a visit to the Parocial House, Lovely Girls contest, Golden Cleric awards and loads of craic and musical entertainment.
01 May 2015 - 31 May 2015
The Burren in Bloom Festival returns this year with a series of illustrated talks and organised walks throughout the month of May. The Festival, in association with the Burren College of Art and the Burrenbeo Trust, will give people an understanding and appreciation of the Burren and its formation, and how it continues to be a source of great botanical, archaeological, and cultural wealth with its unique wild flowers and ancient sites.