Boyle Arts Festival

Boyle Arts Festival ticket sales delayed for one week

Throughout the planning of our Festival, we have been in constant communication with the Department of Health and on foot of information received from them yesterday evening, we are delaying our ticket sales for a period of one week.

Any further updates will be published here.

Please note that tickets for Boyle Arts Festival 2021 will now go on sale from next Thursday morning, July 29th at 10am.

They can only be purchased online at and tickets for all our events will be released over a five day period.

The full list of ticketed events is available to view on along with full artist information, dates and times.

Please note that because we are still restricted by current health guidelines, a very limited amount of tickets will be available for each event and we understand that many may be disappointed if they are unable to attend.

Tickets for the following events will be released onThursday morning, July 29th at 10am.

Beezneez Theatre Company’s drama presentation of John McDwyer’s ‘An Ordinary Man’. (Two performances).

NoCrows with Martin Tourish in concert.

On Friday, July 30th tickets will be released for:

Reading with author Kevin Barry.

Tony Conboy’s illustrated tour of Boyle.

Carole Coleman in conversation with Kingston Mills.

Paddy Casey in concert.

On Saturday, July 31st tickets will be released for:

‘A Naggin of Knowledge’.

The Men Who Knew Too Much, open air concert.

Reading with author Louise Kennedy.

‘Bird on the Wire – Songs of Leonard Cohen’ with Pauline Scanlon & The Whileaways.

On Sunday, August 1st tickets will be released for:

Laura Earley – ‘Mosaics of Roscommon’ talk.

Lizi, Lynda & Ceara in concert.

‘John Count McCormack – A Life in Song and Story’. Concert with Matthew Gilsenan & Mairead Hurley.

We will be following all current Covid guidelines, so masks will be mandatory at all our events, social distancing will be in place and hand sanitisers will be at the entrance to all our venues.

Any additional requirements for entry that may be introduced by the Government in the coming days, will be published later.

Tickets are not transferable.

This information is correct at the time of going to press but any changes to it will be published on our website, social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) and on the and  local websites.

For more information on Boyle Arts Festival 2021 please look out for our programmes or visit  email [email protected]  Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Boyle Arts Festival is supported by The Arts Council.


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