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Killarney Festival of Music & Food 2015

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After three years in Westport the festival is moving to Killarney, the family friendly festival will take place on the weekend of 27 & 28 June and will be rebranded as the Killarney Festival of Music & Food.   
 
The Killarney Festival of Music & Food 2015 promises to be a fun filled entertainment weekend to remember with international and Irish acts performing across seven stages.

Line up includes

Burt Bacharach, Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Marc Almond, Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Mabel Ray, Duran Duran, Texas, The Proclaimers, The Undertones, Something Happens, The 4 Of Us, Declan O'Rourke, Gemma Hayes, Paddy Casey, Wallis Bird, Mick Flannery, Mundy, The Frank & Walters, Daithi, Gangs, Oh Boland, Steven Sharpe & The Broke Straight Boys, Tracey Bruen, Walking On Cars, Father John Misty, Damien Dempsey, Delorentos, Kormac's Big Band, Colin Devlin, Morrissey & Marshall, We Banjo 3, Ham Sandwich, Giulia, Elaine Mai, David Lyttle, Not Squares, Sleep Thieves, ABC, The Young Folk, Oh Emperor, Tucan, Little Hours, Oh Boland, Elastic Sheep, Gingerbeard Family and The Billy Doherty Ceili Band and Lloyd Yates.
Comedy: Neil Delamere, Jason Byrne, Karl Spain, John Colleary, Foil Arms & Hog, Steve Bennett, Chris Kent, Colm O'Regan, Fred Cooke, Après Match, Deirdre O’Kane, Comedy Club 4 Kids with Howard Read & Little Howard.
Tony Fenton Stage: The Undertones with Paul McLoone, Father John Misty, Something Happens, Walking on Cars, Kormac’s Big Band, Mundy, Booka Brass Band, Ksyran, David Lyttle, Gangs, Guila.

Ticket Information

Adult tickets
 Saturday or Sunday Day Tickets €76 (including booking fee)
 2 Day Weekend Tickets €142 (including booking fee)
 Children 12 years or younger go free - up to two children per paying adult when booked in advance
 
Teen tickets – 13 TO 17 Years of Age
 Saturday or Sunday Day Tickets €41 (including booking fee)
 Weekend Tickets €71 (including booking fee)
 Teen tickets apply to children 13-16 years - they must be accompanied by a paying adult  ID will be requested at entry point to verify age. 

Under 12’s go free.
 

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