Things to do this weekend in Ireland | July 26 - 28

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SKYPARK Family Day

A perfect day out in Carlingford at the Family Day this Sunday at SKYPARK. There will be bouncy castles, face painting, arts and crafts, balloon man and more all for just €5 entry or free to enjoy with any skypark activity booking.

Legends of GAA tour

Every summer the GAA Museum hosts unique tours which see some of the biggest names in GAA history relive their memories and give fans a unique chance to experience the stadium from a player’s perspective.

This weekend Kilkenny's Tommy Walsh returns to the stadium where he won nine All-Irelands.

Ardmore Pattern Festival

Ardmore Pattern Festival is a free fun-filled festival in West Waterford with sports events, walks, demonstrations, farmers' market, music, street entertainment, tours, fireworks and a special performance by Phil Coulter in St. Declan's Church.

Bray Air Display

The Bray Air Display takes place this weekend Saturday, July 27th & Sunday, July 28th, 2019. The event is so much more than an air show! Why not enjoy the thrills and spills of the Seafront Funfair, dine alfresco at our Food Village, you can even experience a breath-taking helicopter ride over Bray Head which all kick off from noon each day. It is a fantastic free weekend for the whole family to enjoy! 

Mary from Dungloe International Arts Festival

This year's highlights include many different styles of live music, a Dungloe Street Food Event, a Donegal Artisans Fair with vendors and demonstrators, kids discos, magicians, petting zoo, carnival parade and lots more.  

RHSI Garden Show | Russborough House

With plenty to occupy the experienced and the novice gardener, children and families, attractions will include plant stalls from some of Ireland’s leading nurseries, including Camolin Potting Shed, Leamore Nursery, Rare Plants Ireland and Shady Plants Nursery.

Ballinrobe Festival

Six days packed full of events from 23rd to 28th July with live music, Queen of The Lakes competition and a spectacular Fireworks display.

IFI Family Festival

 Three days of films for children featuring a great programme of choices to suit all ages and interests.

Durrow Scarecrow Festival

For the last 10 years, from the end of July to the start of August “hay fever” hits the peaceful Georgian village of Durrow as the place goes scarecrow crazy. They come from all corners of Ireland and further afield to take part in the Durrow Scarecrow Festival and see who has got what it takes to win the All-Ireland Scarecrow Championship.

Elvis Roots Festival

Who knew the Presley family came from Hacketstown? Celebrations take place in the ancestral home of the King again with this year's Elvis meets Country theme.

Earagail Arts Festival

This weekend is the Wild Atlantic Weekend in the Village Green in Malin featuring brand new shows by last year’s sold out Tumblecircus, Cikadia and Nakupelle’s Circus Bardo, alongside a hugely entertaining live version of Countdown and the interactive Carnival Dress Up Box, the Wild Atlantic Weekend celebrates the finest in contemporary Irish and international streets arts and circus.

Sligo Jazz Festival

A six day Jazz Summer School featuring workshops, masterclasses and jam sessions with some of the world’s finest jazz educators and musicians, and a Festival of world class music with many local sessions featuring summer school participants and tutors alike.

Vodafone Comedy Festival

This year's festival will feature another impressive line-up of international and Irish comedians who will feature at the four-day event in the stunning surroundings of Iveagh Gardens including Tommy Tiernan, Dylan Moran and Foil, Arms & Hog.


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