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Get the full taste of Lough Corrib at Oughterard’s International Mayfly Festival

Ireland’s trout capital Oughterard is set to celebrate the start of the fishing season with the four day International Mayfly Festival which begins today (Thursday).

Weather plays its part as Galway Food Festival gets bigger and better

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More than chocolate was on offer for the estimated 78,000 visitors who satisfied their culinary appetite at the fourth Galway Food Festival over the Easter weekend.

Festival organisers urged to apply for 2015 funding

Festival organisers across the county are being encouraged to apply for a new fund being provided by the council for festivals and events.

Currafest Music Festival is an event for all the family

Currafest Music Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever this year, and is set to become the most highly-anticipated Music Festival in the West of Ireland.

Paleo night at 37West

37 West has announced the arrival of the world’s first fine dining Paleo restaurant to come and take over its kitchen for the Galway food festival.

Visitor numbers jump at Westport House

Pirate adventuring, winter wonderlands, and a boutique music and food festival have all played a part in growing visitor numbers to stately Westport House by some 50 per cent in the last five years.

Foodies flock to Galway for Oyster Festival seafood trail

Seafood lovers are in for a treat as the city of the Tribes ‘Seafood Trail’ comes alive as part of the 59th Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival.

Michelin star chef launches Galway Oyster Festival

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One of Ireland’s leading Michelin star chefs Kevin Thornton stepped out of the kitchen to launch the country’s longest running food festival, the 59th Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival.

Food festival copperfastens Galway’s unique culinary culture

Next Thursday the second Galway Food Festival gets under way in the city. A mere twelve months ago, the first installment of the festival was greeted with bemusement by those who would not have immediately associated Galway as being one of the most foodie places in the country. This was Galway of the arts, of the culture, a place more associated with the craic than the cuisine. But how wrong all of that was.

Get involved in the Galway Food Festival

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The public are being urged to visit the upcoming Galway Food Festival and truly get involved by talking and getting to know all the producers and exhibitors who will be showing off their products and skills during the Easter bank holiday weekend event.

 

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