9th – 17th March 2019
The 67th Ballyshannon Drama Festival will run from Ssaturday, 9th March to Sunday, 17th March 2019 in the Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. > Read More
30th May – 2nd June 2019
Earlybird Tickets Now on Sale. The Rory Gallagher International Tribute Festival is one of the most unique annual Music Festivals in Ireland, celebrating Ireland’s best loved Rock n Blues Guitarist, the Late Rory Gallagher who was born in Ballyshannon. > More
Family Halloween Event at Castle Adventure Open Farm . Kids haunted House, Face painting, storytelling , spooky disco and much more.
No Booking Required.
8th – 11th November 2018
Based in Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal, Ireland, ‘The Allingham Festival’ is a celebration of the life and works of one of our town’s most famous ancestors, writer and poet William Allingham and his wife, the fine artist, Helen Allingham. Each year sees their memory celebrated with events and workshops in poetry, creative writing, digital storytelling, art & design, fine art and singer songwriting. The festival is designed to inspire and showcase participants and lovers of the creative arts. > Read More
30th Oct – 3rd Nov 2017
Creevy Pier outside Ballyshannon
Halloween Fun Camp will take participants out of the school environment and take part in a range of activities including kayaking, canoeing, stand up boarding, surfing, coasteering and a visit to Castle Adventure Farm! > READ MORE
18th – 20th August 2017
The All Ireland Rowing Championships is a major event in the Irish sporting calendar and is very well attended by rowing club teams, club members and their families and spectators from all over Ireland and indeed Europe. This is one of the biggest rowing Regattas in the Country and takes place over 3 days in early August and it is expected that over 4000 visitors will come to Donegal for this event. > Read More
31st July – 2nd August 2015
The ‘Wild Atlantic Craft Beer Festival which takes place in Ballyshannon is set to showcase and celebrate the very best in local craft beer, Irish music and Irish artisan food and other culinary delights from the north west. > More