Fingal Film & Arts Festival

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Fingal Film & Arts Festival

Swords Castle, Friday 10th August - Sunday 12th August 2018

A brand new event of its kind in the Fingal area, in the unique setting of Swords Castle, Main Street, Co. Dublin.

This year the festival will offer a world-class independent film, music and comedy line up, with top quality production and entertainment to create the ultimate summer festival experience. Expect over 20 acts, food stalls & bars and much more!

Friday & Saturday: 11:00am to 11:00pm
Sunday: noon to 7:00pm


Date:
Friday 10th August - Sunday 12th August 2018
Time:
Varies
Price:
Varies
Address:
Swords Castle, Swords, Ireland

Google Map of Swords Castle, Swords, Ireland

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