Festivals to look forward to in 2014. Why not plan ahead? There is always something exciting happening.
|Tulca Festival of Visual Arts (November 2014)
The Tulca Festival of Visual Arts is an annual festival taking place in Galway each year. Running since 2002, Tulca features dynamic and exciting work from national and international visual art practitioners.
more info: www.tulca.ie
|Galway Science & Technology Festival Exhibition (23rd November 2014)
An exhibition of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to bridge the gap between students and industry by showcasing local schools, companies, third level institutes and government bodies. A great day out at NUI Galway.
more info: www.galwayscience.ie
|Galway Christmas Market (November - December 2014)
The Galway Christmas Market will take up residence in Eyre Square in the centre of the city from the again this Christmas season. The market promises to be a highlight of the Christmas Season and will make for a wonderful attraction for visitors young and old. Sample Christmas treats from all from around Europe including a Santa’s Grotto, a German bier keller, numberous gift and snack stalls and an entertainment area.
more info: www.galwaychristmasmarket.ie
|Galway City On Ice (November 2014 - January 2015)
Galway City On Ice brings Christmas Ice Skating on a real ice skating rink to Galway City for Christmas 2014. Visitors can expect to see Galway’s Harbour area transformed into one of Ireland’s premier Christmas attractions with one massive 500m2 ice rink.
more info: www.galwaycityonice.ie
|Spirit Of Voice Festival (December 2014)
The Spirit Of Voice festival will return in December with concerts and events celebrating song, words, and the human voice.
more info: www.spiritofvoice.com
|Fields of Athenry 10km (December 2014)
The 11th running of the Fields of Athenry 10km will take place on St. Stephen's day, December 26th at 11am. Over the last number of years this has has become of of the leading road races in the country, and this year it aims to raise the bar higher. The race returns to its now traditional route, finishing under the medival arch in Athenry.
more info: www.athenryac.com/news/fields-athenry-10km