Ferries are sailing as normal today. NOTICE: ROADWORKS ON THE N67 KILLIMER TO KILRUSH ROAD
Events in May
FATHER TED FESTIVAL
3rd May - 5th May 2019
A festival of all things Father Ted, taking place in acutal locations from the popular television series.
FESTIVAL OF FINN
3rd - 6th May 2019
The Festival of Finn offers a large varied programme of events with something for all the family to enjoy.
BURREN SLOW FOOD FESTIVAL
10th - 12th May 2019
This annual festival is a celebration of locally grown and produced food and of ways of preserving and cooking food.
CARRIGAHOLT OYSTER & TRAD MUSIC FESTIVAL
3rd - 5th May 2019
A celebration of two traditions on The Loop Head Peninsula, Irish music and fresh local Oysters.
TULLA TRADITIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
17TH - 19TH MAY 2019
A weekend tradional music festival filled with workshops, concents, ceilithe, singing and music sessions and fiddle competitions.
Darkness into Light Ennis, Darkness into Light Doolin, Darkness into Light Miltown Malbay, Darkness into Light Killaloe/Ballina, Darkness into Light,Shannon
11th May 2019 (Friday night/Saturday morning)
Darkness into Light is a symbolic run/walk starting in darkness and ending as the dawn is rising symbolising hope.
The event starts at 4.15am at a location in each town (Fri night/Sat morning).
19th - 27th May 2019
Fleadh Nua is an 8 day festival with more than 120 seperate events, including concerts, ceilithe and free sessions where there is a welcome for everyone.
KILLALOE CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL,
31st May – 2nd June 2019
OPENS WITH IRISH PREMIERE OF CHILDREN’S CHAMBER OPERA ‘BRUNDIBÁR’ BY CZECH COMPOSER HANS KRÁSA;
PERFORMED BY LIMERICK CHILDREN’S CHOIR ‘CANTETTE’.
The 6th annual Killaloe Chamber Music Festival, featuring a mix of eight concerts over a single weekend, will run from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th of May in the Heritage town of Killaloe, Co. Clare, and opens with the Irish premiere of children’s chamber opera ‘Brundibár’, starring Limerick Children's Choir ‘Cantette’, accompanied by members of the Irish Chamber Orchestra and directed by Limerick-born Marc Atkinson. The Festival will be opened by Czech-born, award-winning author, and Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental.