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Kilkenny Arts Festival - Kilkenny City, County Kilkenny

Location: Kilkenny City,County Kilkenny

Time of Year: August

Contact Email: info@kilkennyarts.ie

The Kilkenny Arts Festival is committed to the presentation of a unique, distinctive and inspiring programme in a range of artistic disciplines to as wide an audience as possible. Every year, for 10 days in August, Kilkenny comes alive with a feast of artistic entertainment for all. The city’s oldest and largest non-profit festival now draws more than 45,000 visitors annually who come and partake in all that Kilkenny has to offer.So come to Kilkenny, be part of the festival and experience the Arts in a way you will never forget!



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