- 12 Sep 17
For some, a collective sigh of relief went down last weekend when the Official End of the Summer was marked in the ever traditional fashion - in a field in Stradbally. However, for some particularly youthful, energetic and enthusiastic individuals, the end of the festival season means nothing but sadness and lamenting for a summer gone.
For those firmly in the second category, there is a glimmer of light with one last hurrah on the horizon, in the form of Fuinneamh.
Over the course of 2 days, a beautiful site at Loughcrew House and Gardens in Oldcastle Co. Meath, will be taken over by the staunchest of Irish festival goers and turned into a magical world based somewhere between the ancient Celtic Mysticism of Old Ireland and the modern buzzing music and arts scene we have going today.