Skerries Midsummer Festival

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South Strand Skerries, Friday 31st May - Monday 3rd June

Skerries Midsummer Festival, Bank Holiday Weekend May 31 to June 3.

Oodles of outdoor fun at the Festival village, South Strand, opens Friday from 2pm; Sat/Sun/Mon 11am each day!

Festival Funfair:
Children's Rides, Bouncy Castles & Inflatable slides, Mobile vendors with and emphasis on street food, Sandcastle Competition.

Live Music:
Festival stage, bands, outdoor movies.
Saturday night is Mama Mia Night with live Abba Tribute.

Friday 31st May - Monday 3rd June
South Strand, Townparks, Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of South Strand, Townparks, Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland

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