You have an extra day off this weekend, but what are you going to do?
That's where we're here to help with some suggestions of things to do on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
The fifth annual Mayo Manchester Tradfest continues with a performance to launch the Bonniconlon Agricultural Show. Gates open at 9 am and 30,000 people are expected to enjoy the competitions and family fun events.
If you are a member of the Fire Brigade with a burning desire to visit the Irish Rock 'n' Roll Experience then you can get in for FREE during the month of August as part of the Museum's campaign to give back to the front lines.
The Festival was established to boost tourism in the region using the 'Rose of Tralee' format. Now in its 28th year, The Maiden of the Mournes International Festival continues throughout the week until the crowning of the new Maiden on Saturday night. On Monday there are lots of fun events including the start of the Festival Football Fun Week, a Jumping Clay Workshop and Little Mr Escort & Little Miss Maiden Disco.
The festival concludes on Monday with performances in O'Connells and The Abbey Tavern.
Fun, family event on Bank Holiday Monday in Nenagh featuring all the usual competitions including horses, cattle, ponies, sheep, dogs, poultry, show jumping and dog show.
The 50th Mary from Dungloe International Festival concludes on Monday with the newly crowned Mary making a guest appearance at the Meenacross Agricultural Show.
The build up the fair on Wednesday, 9th August continues with a fun fair in the village.
A fantastic festival honouring the balladeer Sean McCarthy continues with a fun family BBQ on Monday afternoon.