05 January 2014 - 21 December 2014
11:00 - 15:00 Every Sunday
The Killaloe Farmers Market is one of County Clares finest and most vibrant Farmers Markets. The Killaloe Market started in 2004 as part of Killaloes Brian Boru Festival and has grown into one of the areas most famous weekly attractions. Opening Times:11.00am to 3pm, Every Sunday Rain or Shine. Location between the Waters just on the slipway of the Killaloe Ballina Bridge. Parking is available on the slipway and nearby. For further information contact Chairman Daniel Kerkhofs 087/9886649.
15 March 2014 - 17 March 2014
Killaloe and Ballina celebrate their rich cultural heritage with a Brian Boru themed weekend as part of this year's extended St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Concerts and performances will compliment the parade.
04 April 2014 - 06 April 2014
Kincora Traditional Weekend will take place in the twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina on the banks of the river Shannon. Over the three days and nights we will offer a comprehensive program of concerts, workshops, traditional music and singing sessions in various venues in both towns. The weekend itself takes its name from the ‘Palace of Kincora’ which was formerly situated on the green in Killaloe and served as the home of High King of Ireland Brian Ború.
11 April 2014 - 13 April 2014
Come along and enjoy re-enactments, pageantry, clan gatherings and the launch of the National Brian Ború Trail featuring the key Ború sites of Killaloe Ballina, Cashel, Clontarf and Armagh.
19 April 2014 - 20 April 2014
A family fun-filled weekend celebrating our strong Viking links through Brian Ború, featuring music, a Brian Ború easter egg hunt, and a Guinness World Record attempt to have "The Most Vikings in One Place". Promises to be a great weekend.