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Swell Festival 2017

21st – 23rd July 2017

Arranmore Island

Swell Festival is a music and arts festival taking place on Arranmore Island off the coast of Donegal in North West Ireland > More

Bundoran Street Party & Vintage Car Show

22nd – 23rd July 2017

Bundoran

The third annual Bundoran Street Party takes place on Saturday July 22nd with lots of fun for all the family – there’ll be a rodeo ring, gladiator ring, bungee run, bouncy castles, face painting, music and lots more – and it’s all FREE!!! > Read More

Churchill Fair 2017

22nd – 23rd July 2017

Churchill

We are a Family orientated Festival, which has events and activities to suit all. Each year proceeds from the Fair are given to a local charity. > Read More

Earagail Arts Festival 2017

4th – 23rd July 2017

Countywide 

A wonderful festival with two weeks of music, theatre, visual arts, film, literature, circus and carnival at Ireland’s only countywide arts festival. > Read More

Ceol na Coille Summer School of Irish Traditional Music 2017

10th – 14th July 2017

Letterkenny

Ceol na Coille Summer School of Irish Traditional Music is a week long event. Pupils can attend master classes on, Uilleann Pipes, Piano & Button Accordion, Fiddle, Whistle, Flute, Banjo, Mandolin, Harp & Guitar. > Read More

Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend

13th – 16th July 2017

Various Locations

Earagail Arts Festival in Association with the Regional Cultural Centre proudly welcomes you to the 2nd Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend. > Read More

Ardara Bluegrass Festival

14th – 16th July 2017

Ardara

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Buncrana Music Festival

14th – 16th July 2017

Buncrana, Inishowen

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FestiFál 2017

14th – 16th July 2017

Falcarragh

You simply can’t miss FestiFál this Falcarragh’s annual festival, bringing good music, family events and above all, good craic to Falcarragh. > Read More

 

MacGill Summer School & Arts Week

16th – 21st July 2017

Glenties

The MacGill Summer School has been in existence for thirty seven years and in that time has grown from modest beginnings to being one of the most important fora in Ireland for the analysis of topics of national interest.  > Read More