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.
1st June to 28th October 2019 - Oideas Gael has been recognised, on a number of occasions, as one of Ireland’s unique cultural education providers and was the 1997 winner of the National Rural Tourism Award sponsored by Bord Fáilte, The Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Allied Irish Banks. They also achieved the distinction of being the winner of the BARR 50 businesses in Irish, from the daily Ir…
20th July - 24th August 2019, Letterkenny
Ahead of the 2019 Letterkenny Busking Festival, there will be Summer Music Sessions taking place along Letterkenny Main Street and in the Letterkenny Shopping Centre on various dates!
Check out the performance list here:
July 20th - Eamonn Russell and Dallen Davies - Main Street - 12pm to 3pm
August 17th - Townlaw - Main Street - 12pm to 3pm
22nd to the 25th of August 2019 - Moville, Culdaff, Greencastle and Derry -
Irish Bob Dylan Festival Spreads Its Wings The 13th annual festival of Bob Dylan music, Stuck Inside of Moville, the DylanFest on the Lough is starting to spread through the surrounding area. For the first time it will take place in four different towns – Moville, Culdaff, Greencastle and Derry / LondonDerry. It takes …
24th August 2019, Letterkenny
The Annual Letterkenny Busking Festival is taking place along Letterkenny Main Street on Saturday the 24th of August 2019. The festival is open to all types of musicians, singers, street entertainers and music groups. It is free to take part in the festival and there is 1000 Euro worth of cash prizes up for grabs. The festival attracts lots of visitors to the town …
29th of August to the 14th of September 2019 - Lifford Old Courthouse, Lifford, Co. Donegal.
The Trial is a compelling film and sound installation on healthcare and human rights in the Irish criminal justice system. On four screens, three characters - Tommy, Charlie, Neilí - tell the real-life stories of those who have been held and worked in Irish penal institutions during the nineteenth and …
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