What's on in the North-West?

Considering a North West stay?

Leitrim, and the broader North West of Ireland, offers plenty of events for all throughout the year. Whether it’s Music, Art, Comedy, Sports or delicious Food and Drink that’s your cup of tea – there’s an event for you.

Check out what’s happening across the North West below, including in our very own ‘Wild Rose County’!

Festivals in Donegal, Mayo, Roscommon, Cavan and Monaghan can all be accessed from your cosy base at Carrick Family Breaks, Leitrim.

The charming village of Clonmany is flocked by thousands of visitors on an annual basis for the ever-popular family event that is Clonmany Festival. The festival has been running for over half a century and is the longest-running family festival in Ireland. Day-time events include all sorts of family activities…
The Northwest is spoilt for choice when it comes to music festivals, with the Dunfanaghy Jazz & Blues festival being another great option for music lovers. Held in the Seaside town of Dunfanaghy, this event attracts people from all over the country with its quality music, beautiful location and high…
The Donegal town of Letterkenny is at the centre of this annual festival of art, with venues including An Crianan Theatre and Donegal County Museum. There are also events in other Donegal towns, such as Inishown and Ballybofey. The Eargail Arts Festival celebrates art in all of its forms: theatre,…
The 10-day Boyle Arts Festival in Roscommon is renowned for making art accessible for all. The event covers many genres, with visual art from Ireland’s most accomplished painters and sculptures. There is also music (including jazz, world and traditional), local art exhibitions, pop-up galleries, literature, drama, comedy, craft trails and…
For all things wool and farming head over to Roscommon Lamb Festival held in Roscommon Town. The festival aims to showcase the premium quality local food and celebrates the fact that Roscommon has the highest lamb output per acre in Ireland. The festival has a packed line-up with activities for…
The rural landscape of Monaghan has been an inspiration to many. Here, in the town of Inniskeen, the home of the Patrick Kavanagh Centre and Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Weekend attracts visitors from all over the country and abroad to commemorate the life and work of the poet. This is truly…
The novel Clones Canal Festival brings much fun and silliness to the small Monaghan town of Clones. The family festival runs annually from a Friday to Sunday with events such as Car Treasure Hunts, a duathlon, Family fun Day, Drive-In movies, trips along the canal, farmers markets and a huge…
Castleblaney, County Monaghan, gives host to the Muckno Mania Festival every summer – a lively festival, full of family fun and games since 1999. The festival keeps things fresh with different themes every year, recent themes included a ‘Circus’ theme and a ‘Country & Western’ theme. You’ll find all sorts…
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