The town is famous for its music and festivals. Although the music festival was discontinued in the s, Lisdoonvarna still hosts its annual matchmaking festival each September. Lisdoonvarna is located in the area of County Clare known as the Burren , on the N67 road between Ballyvaughan and Ennistymon. The Aille river flows through the town, where it is joined by the Gowlaun and Kilmoon streams.
The town is in the civil parish of Kilmoon. The present town is a comparatively new one by Irish standards, dating mainly from the start of the 19th century.
Matchmaking Festival has been cancelled on account of the coronavirus pandemic. The cancellation of the festival, which is held in Co Clare for the entire month.
Will be in Ireland in September and thinking about a night during the week in Lisdoonvarna on our way from Cork to Galway. Is it worth it? Should we stay in Doolin instead or just go on and spend an extra night in Galway? Yes, as a Clare man, I’d recommend a stop over here. Wild Honey Inn to eat is super. This post has been removed at the author’s request. The author may post again if desired. Posts on the Tripadvisor forums may be edited for a short period of time.
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Throughout the month of September, the spa town of Lisdoonvarna close to the Burren in Co. Clare, celebrates the world famous Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival with music and lots of fun. The small spa town of Lisdoonvarna , with a population of around people, has attracted visitors from all over Ireland to its mineral springs, since the 18th century. A long held traditional in this central town on the southern edges of the scenic Burren area, is the matchmaking festival.
This tradition is upheld today by fourth generation matchmaker and horse dealer Willie Daly and today the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival is one of the largest matchmaking events in Europe attracting some 40, hopefuls and festival-goers, over the month. Held at weekends throughout September in venues throughout Lisdoonvarna, the festival events include traditional Irish dance and music, speed dating, horse racing and culminates with the Mr.
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By Sarah Finnan. Drawing tens of thousands of people each year, the annual Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival is a big hit with both locals and tourists in search of love. Due to take place this September, organisers have made the decision to cancel this summer’s event in light of current circumstances.
County clare matchmaking festival. Single woman in county clare. But a six-week long standing september. Kilfenora, ireland. Who needs dating services and the main street, and is one? Pop lisdoonvarna, county library hq.
But nowadays, for the month of September and early October, this small town in the west of Ireland is infamous as the place to come for love. With literally thousands of new partners to choose from, music and dance can start as early as So September seems to be the month for old time country dancing and romancing!
People come from all parts of the world to take part in the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival.
This festival is located near Ennis, also in County Clare. Live music and dancing on weekends began Sept. 13 and continues to the end of the.
The month-long festival takes place in Lisdoonvarna, just over 7km from Doolin Village — easily reached by car, bus or taxi. Click here to view Accommodation in Doolin. Please tick the box below that you give us permission to use your name and email to send you our newsletters by email. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails.
The matchmaking festival of Lisdoonvarna has been running for over years in this small village in West Clare. Every year in the month of September, thousands of singletons from all over the world travel to Lisdoonvarna in West Co. Clare in the hopes of finding true love, or at the very least, of having some craic. The local story has it that the festival dates back to the days when the gentry would come to Lisdoonvarna to take the waters, and while there they would try to find a good match for their children.
Organisers of the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival have pubs, shops, restaurants, cafes and tourist attractions in the North Clare area.
Has anyone been to Lisdoonvarna for the Matchmaking festival? I’m just curious on what to expect. Well thank god we’ll only be there for 1 day then off to Galway ;-. My only experience of visiting the matchmakers festival was as a child on a day trip with my parents some years back! Then it seemed to be lots of drinking in scruffy hotel bars, dancing to country and western music and not much else really. There used to be traditional music and set dancing in the Spa Wells.
However as a people watching excerise it can be fun Personally I don’t think its worth a day or night out of your holidays perhaps an hour or too to see what all the fuss is about! Prehaps someone who has been there recently might be able to give you a better idea of what The Matchmaker Festival is like in the naughties!
I received my Sept-Oct issue of Irleand of the Welcomes and there is a 6 page article on the festival. You might want to check it out.