Sunday 4th August
|10.00 am||Fishing for Kids||Riverside Park|
Fishing for Kids4th August 2019 10.00 am
As per Saturday. Festival wristband required.
|11.00 am||Scenic Walk in association with Clare Walks Ltd||Market House|
Scenic Walk in association with Clare Walks Ltd4th August 2019 11.00 am
Guided two-hour walk on the East Clare Way with spectacular views of Lough Derg and the East Clare countryside with a choice of two loops, shorter (4.5 miles) and longer (10 miles), to chose from. Registration at the Market House from 10am. Festival Wristband Required.
|12.00 pm||Outdoor Mass at Mass Rock||Cappabane|
Outdoor Mass at Mass Rock4th August 2019 12.00 pm
Festival mass at the historic site where mass was celebrated in secret during the period of repression of Catholic worship in the 17th century. All welcome. Weather dependent.
|12.00 pm||Busking Competition||Fair Green|
Busking Competition4th August 2019 12.00 pm
Open to all. Cash prizes. Register at Information Desk. Festival wristband required.
|12.00 pm||Open Air Street Market copy||Fair Green|
Open Air Street Market copy4th August 2019 12.00 pm
As on Saturday. Festival Wristband Required
|1.00 pm||Riverside Park Adventures with Get West||Riverside Park|
Riverside Park Adventures with Get West4th August 2019 1.00 pm
Limerick-based Get West provide an afternoon of adventure and fun in the Riverside Park, with activities to suit all the family including: Mobile Mountain Bike Course, Archery Tag, Ireland’s Tallest Climbing Wall, Hoverball Archery, Footdarts, Water Walking Zorbs, Stand Up Paddle boarding, Kayaking and an Obstacle Course! Toilets and refreshments on site. Festival wristband required.
|5.00 pm||Irish Dancing||Fair Green|
Irish Dancing4th August 2019 5.00 pm
Pupils of the Anne Burke School of Irish Dancing perform. Festival wristband required
|5.00 pm||Queen of the Waterways Finale||Fair Green|
Queen of the Waterways Finale4th August 2019 5.00 pm
Contestants in the seventh Queen of the Waterways grace the main stage, where former TV personality Ciana Campbell will introduce and interview them. Festival wristband required.
|7.00 pm||The Shandrum Céilí Band||Fair Green|
The Shandrum Céilí Band4th August 2019 7.00 pm
The Shandrum Céilí Band takes their name from the Shandrum parish in North County Cork. The band was in existence from the 1950s through to the 1970s, playing for dances and céilithe in all the major halls across North Cork. The current band, that has links to their predecessors, is in high demand across the country and abroad to provide music for dances, concerts and céilithe, much like the old band had in their heyday. The present day band have a line up of young musicians who have all achieved success on the céilí band circuit, winning medals in all the age groups right through to senior level. The power, drive and lift of the band are a salute to the way the old band played whilst having a distinctive sound of their own. Festival wristband required.
|9.30 pm||Na Fianna||Fair Green|
Na Fianna4th August 2019 9.30 pm
Na Fianna stands for all that is good about Irish music and song. The band began in March 2007 and they quickly built a reputation for energetic and passionate performances on stage. In 2009, Na Fianna entered the All Ireland Talent Show on Ireland’s national television station, RTE. With an average viewing audience of 1 million people, and four live performances Na Fianna became a household name finishing in second place out of 6,000 competitors. The show catapulted them onto both a national and international platform, further increasing their ambition for continued achievement. Over the past eight years Na Fianna have played in many noted venues all over Ireland, Europe and the United States. Festival wristband required.