Killorglin is home to some of the best arts and cultural events in the region
Annual events kick off in February with Biddy’s Day, a celebration of Ireland’s Celtic heritage. There’s also an array of local community group and club events along with some great gigs throughout the many live music venues in the district. If your business, club or community group is holding an event and you would like us to help promote it on our website and on our social media for free, please complete the form here.
Puck Fair 2020 Cancelled
Puck Fair – in Irish this is Aonach an Phoic, meaning “Fair of the He-Goat” is one of Ireland’s oldest fairs. Every year a goat-catcher goes up into the mountains to catch a wild goat. The goat is brought back to the town and the Queen of Puck, traditionally a young school girl from one of the local primary schools, crowns him King Puck. This signifies that the festivities may begin! On the 3rd day – minus his crown – he is brought down to be led back to his mountain home. It takes place annually for three days on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August in Killorglin, County Kerry.
Cromane Seafest 2020 Cancelled
A weekend maritime mashup of food and family fun.
Tickets from €15