Earagail Arts Festival 2024

For information about exact dates and arrangements for this event during the COVID 19 restrictions please visit the website.

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With events taking place at locations throughout Co Donegal, this growing festival has an emphasis on family-friendly events as well as solid programme covering alternative music, visual arts, circus and theatre programmes alongside spoken word, film, family and children centred events.

Music events are very strong, with Irish and International folk music much to the fore. While based in Letterkenny the festival reaches into all parts of Donegal, with events taking place not only in purpose built theatres and galleries, but also in village halls and outdoor venues created for the occasion.

Date and details for 2024 subject to confirmation.

Earagail Arts Festival | 13th – 28th July 2024

Arts festival taking place each July throughout County Donegal along the Wild Atlantic Way on the North West Coast of Ireland

ATU Donegal will this month host an exhibition first curated as part of the 2023 Earagail Arts Festival Programme. The ATU Access & Widening Participation Service, in conjunction with Earagail Arts Festival, will display the Tatau – Tattoo Exhibition in An Dánlann at ATU Letterkenny on Wednesday, 20 March at 4.15pm. ‘Tatau – Tattoo: Self-Expression …

ATU Donegal to host EAF Tattoo Exhibition R...

Posted: March 11, 2024, 9:49 am
Muireann Bradley to tour home county with three concerts as part of Earagail Arts Festival 2024 The Donegal finger-picking guitarist and singer, who rose to fame following her show-stopping appearance on Jools Holland’s Annual Hootenanny on New Year’s Eve 2023, will be performing in no less than three concerts as part of Donegal’s annual premier …

Muireann Bradley tour of Donegal for Earagail ...

Posted: March 7, 2024, 3:03 pm
Earagail Arts Festival is Donegal’s signature, bi-lingual multi-disciplinary arts festival and is a core and sustainable element of Ireland’s national festival infrastructure. Operating in one of Ireland’s most economically deprived areas across 4000km2 to a dispersed population of 140,000, our mission is to present a bi-lingual arts festival that is artistically ambitious, innovative, socially...
Posted: February 22, 2024, 9:00 am

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