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Start airing out that tent in the back garden lads, festival season us nearly upon us!Sure what else would you be doing on Good Friday with all pubs and clubs locked up for the day other than raving down in Glendalough?Please note that a complaint submitted through the online platform will not be considered unless you have raised it with us first.boat races) July 12: Orangemen's Day/Battle of the Boyne anniversary, Northern Ireland (Protestant marches, protests; closures) July 16–29: Galway Arts Festival July 30–August 5: Galway Races (horse races) August 2–12: Féile an Phobail, West Belfast (Irish cultural festival) August 3–6: Enniscorthy Rockin' Food Festival, County Wexford August 6: August Bank Holiday, Republic of Ireland (closures) August 10–12: Puck Fair, Killorglin, County Kerry ("Ireland's Oldest Fair" and drink-fest) August 10–12: Dingle Races (horse races) August 12–19: Fleadh Cheoil, Ennis (traditional music festival) August 15: Kenmare Fair August 17–21: Rose of Tralee International Festival August 18–19: Dingle Regatta (boat races) August 18–26: National Heritage Week August 27: Summer Bank Holiday, Northern Ireland only (closures) September 17–18: Galway Races (horse races) September 28–30: Galway Oyster Festival October 5–7: Dingle Food Festival October 16–November 4: Belfast International Arts Festival October 25–29: Cork Guinness Jazz Festival October 27–29: Galway Races (horse races) October 29: October Bank Holiday, Republic of Ireland (closures) October 31: Halloween celebrations (Europe's largest), Derry November 11: Remembrance Sunday, Northern Ireland (two minutes of silence at to remember WWI dead, people wear poppies on lapels) December 25: Christmas Day (closures) December 26: St.You can't beat the buzz of a festival over a Bank Holiday weekend, especially when it's right on your doorstep.Forbidden Fruit has really knocked it out of the park this year with the line-up, which features Orbital, Aphex Twin and Bon Iver.
This festival has been on the go since 1998, and has attracted the likes of Guy Clark, Chuck Prophet and Ray La Montagne playing folk, blues, bluegrass, rockabilly and cajun-inspired music. AVA (Audio Visual Arts) Belfast is a two-day grassroots festival and conference that celebrates, amplifies and develops the strong current of electronic music and digital visual arts that has emerged from Northern Ireland in recent years.The music will be varied, from traditional bluegrass through to old-timey, cajun, blues and just plain old ‘folk’. Nestled in the woods of Garryhinch on the former Warburton Estate, we reckon it's the next Body & Soul.Almost everything is free and in local pubs for the most part. Things don't get much more magical than Body and Soul.We may be a small island, but jaysus do we know how to party.If you wanted to, you could go to a festival every single weekend of the summer.