Latest News from Earagail Arts Festival

Home with the Henry Girls 2020

We are delighted to welcome you all to “the coolest place on the planet” (National Geographic, 2017) for a wonderful week of music – 5 days of songwriting, cultural tours, authentic local cuisine, traditional pub sessions and concerts in the… Read more »

Jodphur RIFF in India to showcase Citadels of the Sun

Photo: Courtesy of John Soffe Photography AN Earagail Arts Festival & Regional Cultural Centre commission premiered in Donegal this summer is to be performed in India next week. A new music commission in partnership with India’s leading folk festival, Jodhpur… Read more »

Earagail Arts Festival 2020 – Save The Date

Earagail Arts Festival looks forward to welcoming you in 2020. DONEGAL’S premier summer festival on the Wild Atlantic Way will take place next year from 9 – 26 July. Earagail Arts Festival’s 31st year was filled with many highlights from… Read more »

Tell us your thoughts and enter our prize draw

Another year of Earagail Arts Festival festivities has passed and your opinion is hugely important to us! Tell us what you thought of this year’s festival to be in with a chance to win one of SEVEN different prizes, including… Read more »

Plan your visit on the

18 days of music, theatre, visual arts, film, literature, circus & carnival on Ireland’s North West Atlantic seaboard in 2020.

Volunteers: We need YOU to help make our 2020 festival happen!

The EAF volunteers are the heart and soul of the festival and are invaluable to its success each year. So join the team and be a part of something creative and exciting that you will remember for years to come.

Check out what we featured in 2019

Earagail Arts Festival’s 31st anniversary was filled with many highlights from Citadels of the Sun, where Ireland and India met in music and performance arts, the sold-out concerts feauring three members of legendary Horslips, An Grianán Theatre’s outdoor production of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, to the Wild Atlantic Weekend on Malin’s Village Green.

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