A Visitor Guide to County Kerry

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Find out what’s happening in Killorglin County Kerry. There are quite a few Killorglin events throughout the year including Puck Fairand K-Fest.

Puck Fair 2022


Puck Fair 2022 continues centuries tradition of street fair and entertainment in Killorglin, County Kerry Here are some of the highlights of this year’s festival: August 10th: HORSE FAIR at Evan’s Field, Tralee Road, THE WOBBLY CIRCUS SHOW & VINTAGE STILT WALKER Music at Puck Fair Stand, The Square PUPPET [Read More…]

Puck Fair 2019


Puck Fair 2019 continues centuries of tradition street fair entertainment in Killorglin. The main events during this year’s festival are: August 10th: Horse Fair from 6am to 3pm One of Ireland’s oldest  Horse Fairs used to be on the streets of Killorglin but has moved to a  large green-field site [Read More…]

Cromane Seafest 2019


Cromane SeaFest 2019 is the latest addition to Kerry’s list of food festivals. The Cromane community has decided that it is time to celebrate the long tradition of fishing and especially the production of Oysters and Mussels for which Cromane is famous. Cromane has been supplying the Irish, UK and [Read More…]

Puck Fair 2018


Puck Fair 2018 continues centuries of tradition in Killorglin. The main events during this year’s festival are: August 10th: Horse Fair from 6am to 3pm Daytime Bands: Johnny Ashe & Friends, Celtic Vibe PassePartout Circus Arts, a circus & theatre company. Wobbly Circus Street Show. Spraoi Chiarrai with Kerry dancers, [Read More…]

K-FEST 2018


K-FEST is a innovative arts festival which promotes emerging artists, using lots of unoccupied spaces in Killorglin, Co. Kerry including vacant retail outlets, buildings, and homes for art galleries and performance venues.  There are over 60 events at K-Fest 2018 including live music performances by numerous bands and musicians, as [Read More…]

Puck Fair 2017


Puck Fair is thought to be one of the oldest fairs in the country, going back to the early 17th century. The tradition of catching a wild male (Puck) goat and crowning him king may go back much further, perhaps to pagan times. The 3 day festival has a horse [Read More…]