CHRISTMAS IN KILLARNEY
Where The Magic Happens
Christmas in Killarney has grown into one of the largest and most spectacular festive season celebrations in the country.
The colourful, feel good celebration has a positively uplifting impact on the local community and it showcases Killarney in a magnificent light.
Soak up the Christmas spirit, join in the fun of Christmas in Killarney and witness the town at it’s most wonderful!
Read on for a taste of some of the events happening in Killarney this year.
The Magic Parade
Kicks off at 6pm Saturday November 25th then every Saturday at the same time December 2nd, 9th and 16th.
And an extra Welcome Home Parade on Friday 22nd December at 7pm. Subject to licence and safe weather conditions.
TOP TIP – for a great vantage point watch the parade and sip a hot chocolate outside Dan Linehan’s Bar on College Street
Killarney Sleigh Rides
Town and Park rides start November 25th up until early January from 10:30am to 7pm on specified days. You can book online so check the website for days, times and prices
Dine in Killarney
Dine for less on Thursday November 23rd and 30th. Enjoy a gorgeous 3 course meal for only €35 at participating restaurants. Contact your preferred restaurant directly and quote ‘Dine In Killarney’. Book early as tables sell out quickly.
Entertainment at the INEC
The best of gigs to get you in the festive spirit.
Coldplace – 19th, Drifters Tribute – 25th, Makings of a Murderer – 26th.
Johnny McEvoy – 1st, Bell X1- 1st, Jenny Green & RTE Concert Orchestra – 9th, Cian Ducrot – 12th, My Therapist Ghosted Me – 13th & 14th, Ash – 15th, The Stunning – 16th, Fairytale of New York Coming Home For Christmas – 18th.
Tree of Light
Show someone special that you care this Christmas and sponsor a light on the tree at St Mary’s Cathedral.
The Main Man will be appearing at his favourite grotto at Deenagh Lodge in the National Park (opposite the Cathedral) from November 24th to December 23rd. Book online to avoid disappointment.
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