It is going to be our first participation to the traditional Belmullet Fair Day. We will set up in the Main Street at dawn for an enjoyable day, trading from 9am to 7pm.
My greatest thanks to Padraic Brogan from Belmullet Town Council for facilitating our participation.
Launched at the initiative of Athlone Town Council, the first Edition of the Luan Festival will welcome us in the medieval town of Athlone, Co. Westmeath over 2 weekends this August.
On the first weekend, we will first set up alongside the entrance of the newly refurbished Medieval Castle, then we will welcome the arrival of the Heritage Boat Fleet. The second weekend, we will enjoy the Heritage Boat Fleet's final days before it departs on Sunday afternoon and join the Family days organised in Burges Park. The market will be open Fridays and Saturdays from 9am to 7pm and Sundays from 11am to 7pm.
My greatest thanks to Athlone Town Council, for their kind support and warm welcome, and more especially to Kevin Boxer Moran, Councillor , Hugh O'Reilly, Town Clerk, and Carmel Duffy, Festival Manager.
As part of its 4th Edition, the Lúnasa Festival welcome us in Sligo. We will set up on Rockwood Parade, alongside the Garavogue River in the early hours of Saturday 3rd of August. The market will be open from 9am to 7pm on Saturday and from 10am till 6pm on Sunday.
My greatest thanks to Lúnasa Festival Director, Ms Bairbre Ferguson for her strong support in having us as part of her festival.
My greatest thanks to the Festival Committee and more especially Ms Kathleen Coleman.
Tues 25th to Wed 26th June 2013 - Kildare Derby Festival in Kildare Town
Following on our former visit to Kildare town, the French & Continental Market of Ireland has been invited to come back as part of the Kildare Derby Festival. A most welcoming weekday market, opening time from 9am to 7pm Tuesday and Wednesday.
Every visitor could also take this opportunity to visit National Stud, Japanese Gardens, Kildare Village and other Kildare Local attractions.
My greatest thanks to the Kildare Derby Committee for its invitation and more especially to Ollie Kearns for his kind support.
After a 5 years hiatus, the Greystones Arts Festival runs its 26th Edition. We have been invited to take part in this re-launch, to bring color and atmosphere. We will set up in the Public Park across from the Train Station. The Market will be open from Friday & Saturday from 9am to 7pm. Sunday and Monday from 10am to 6pm.
The Burnaby Park would stage a huge range of street entertainment over the weekend. The full program is available on the Festival Website.
Our greatest thanks to the Greystones Arts Festival for their support and more especially Grainne, Brigid and Dermot.
Sat. 25th to Mon. 27th May 2013 - 15th Warrenpoint 'Blues on the Bay Festival'
After our very successful visit back in 2010, we are delighted to be in Warrenpoint for the Blues on the Bay's Festival. In its 15th year, the "Blues on the Bay" is a well established festival with 93 Blues Gigs this year over 4 days. Full Festival program available on: www.bluesonthebay.co.uk.
The French & Continental Market takes place with Blues Berry in Warrenpoint Park from 10am to 6pm each day, with music and street entertainment. The Park is located alongside Queen Street (A2) facing the Seafront, at walking distance from the Harbour. Warrenpoint (with Rostrevor - 10,000 inh), commuter town of Newry (15 min) during the week, becomes at the weekend and troughout the summer, coastal resorts on the fringe of the Mourne mountains, with a wonderful view on the Newry-Carlingord Lough.
A very special thanks to Ian Sands, Festival Director and to Paul Braham of the Warrenpoint, Burren and Rostrevor Chamber of Commerce for their invitation and support.
After our last visit back in 2011, we are glad that the Harbour Place Shopping Centre has considered us for a new visit, as a Spring Equinox Celebration. We will set up at the front entrance and our tarders will be open from 10am to 6pm each day weather permitted.
Our greatest thanks to the Harbour Place Shopping Centre and more especially to Mr. Denis Hogan, Centre Manager, for his warm welcome.
After our successful participation in 2012, Navan Shamrock Festival entrusted us once more in taking part in this year Shamrock Festival. The Market will be held on Kennedy Parade from 10am to 6pm each day. Navan Shamrock Festival is a week celebration of St Patrick, ending up with all town parade on St Patrick day and free concert on Kennedy Place.
Our greatest thanks to Navan Shamrock Festival and its cheerful committee, with a particular note to Mr Paddy Pryle, and to Navan Town Council for their support in the realisation of this event.
After visiting Navan several times over the previous years, Navan Shamrock Festival has invited us to take part in Navan Shamrock Festival. The Market will be held on Kennedy Parade from 10am to 6pm each day.
Our greatest thanks to Navan Shamrock Festival and its cheerful committee, with a particular note to Mr Paddy Pryle, for their support in the realisation of this event. We recommend the album of the Navan twinning committee.