Whatever your interest, there´s a festival for you! Donegal boasts a year-round programme of unique and exciting festivals and events with something to suit every taste. Check out our comprehensive calendar of Festivals and Events in Donegal. Image © Inishowen Agricultural Show
23 May - 30 October 2019, Countywide
Welcome to the 13th season of the Donegal Garden Trail. We are delighted Brown’s Farm, a lovely spring cottage garden and well worth a visit, has re-joined the Trail after a short absence. We extend a very warm welcome to Castle Grove House Hotel which joins us both as a hospitality provider and as an interesting and historical garden to visit with specim…
29 June 2019, Russel Bros. Farm, Kilcadden, Killygordon
Finn Valley Agricultural Show will celebrate its 28th annual event in 2019 and want to encourage those who have attended in the past, to come back and help us enjoy this wonderful community agricultural show.
The Show also intends to invite Judges from various associations to travel from overseas to participate at the event. Finn Valley…
20 July 2019, Carndonagh
The annual Agriculture Show takes place in Carndonagh on Saturday 20th July 2019. This is a great day out for all the family with a wide variety of events for everyone to enjoy.
The Show features a wide variety of Animals, Arts & Crafts, Baking, Plants, Children’s Pet Show to name but a few. Come along and enjoy a great day out.
4th of August 2019 - Glencolmcille - The Glencolmcille Agricultural Show or Taispeántais Ghleann Cholm Cille was first set in 1953 by Fr McDyer. In its heyday, the exhibition featured over 1600 entries in various categories, second only to the Balmoral Show in Belfast.
Anyone interested in taking a stall for the 2019 show should contact the Glencolmcille Agricultural Show Committee (details bel…
06th August 2019 - The biggest and best agriculture show in Donegal enters its 52nd year and we would like you to join us at the annual show to make this year even more special. The Clonmany Agricultural Show has grown in popularity every year and now attracts thousands of visitors from across Ireland and the UK from farmers to young families.
In addition to the agriculture, livestock and sheep…
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