Cork Mid-Summer Festival - Cork City Centre, County Cork

Location: Cork City Centre,County Cork

Time of Year: June

Contact Email: info@corkmidsummer.com

Cork Midsummer Festival is an annual festival which transforms the city of Cork every June with a programme full of local, national and international events including theatre, dance, opera, music, visual arts and outdoor arts, as well as ambitious participatory projects and an extensive programme of free events.



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Please note: if you are one of the organisers of the above mentioned festival, please click on the following link. Festival Organiser

Cork City Centre Accommodation Listings

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The River Lee Hotel, Hotel

Standing on a bend on the river just a short stroll from the city centre, the River Lee Hotel is that rare destination, a truly urban hotel, in a leafy waterside setting, with genuine warmth of service. A university town with a young and vibrant populatio

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