Bring The Family Down To Féile Na mBláth This Weekend

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The food and craft village is always popular at Féile na mBláth.

IT’S the weekend and Féile na mBláth is here once again.

With flower displays, dog shows, street theatre, family entertainment and much more, the organisers of the festival in Tralee Town Park are all set for two days of fun.

The forecast is for showers, but not sustained periods of rain, so bring the family down and support a great festival. They have their biggest entries in the 12 years of the Flowers & Garden aspect of the Festival, but there’s so much more on.

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The festival will see a dog show (2pm), street theatre, drum circles, emergency services, recitals & performances, busking, vintage cars, community garden, the food & craft village and is of course complemented by the other weekend activities such as the Park Runs and Art in the Park.

The highlights at this year’s Festival will see the return of over 30 re-enactors from Deise Medieval from Waterford who will be camping, working and battling in the Park throughout the two days with more reenactors from Newcastlewest & Tralee.

Saturday evening will see a world record attempt ‘Nuns on the Run’ fundraising event presented by Tralee Rowling Club and Pieta House and the Festival will close on Sunday evening with a special performance by the cast of Turas from Ireland’s National Folk theatre Company, Siamsa Tíre which will be followed by a monster Céilí from Kerry’s own Uí Bhraiain.

Further information on all events can be see on the Festivals Facebook Page @parkfestivaltralee and look at the programme below…


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