Useful information for those attending ‘Night and Day’

Night and Day Festival takes place in Boyle’s Lough Key Forest Park this weekend.

Below is some useful information for those attending:


Friday 28th

Luna Stage

17.00 – The Regulars
18.00 – Arlene
19.15 – Mayfield Sound
22.15 – Dark Isle
23.00 – Nialler9
01.00 – Colin Perkins

Queen Medb Stage

18.30 – Groveline
20.00 – The Mersey Beatles

Saturday 29th

Luna Stage

12.15 – Mart
13.00 – The Aftermath
13.45 – The Kates
15.15 – Still Blue
16.45 – Kynsy
18.15 – Patrick A Friend
19.45 – Ailbhe Ready
21.30 – Daoiri Farrell Trio
00.00 – Kelly Anne Byrne
01.30 – Efa O Neil

Queen Mebh Stage

14.30 Dea Matrona
16.00 – Gemma Hayes
17.30 – The 4 of Us
19.00 – The Undertones
20.30 – Ash
22.30 – Damien Dempsey

Sunday 30th

Luna Stage

11.45 – Music Generation
12.30 – Shark School
13.45 – Last Apollo
15.15 – Roisin El Cherif
16.45 – Mega Trad
18.15 – Death Milkshake
19.45 – Chalk
21.30 – Morgana
00.00 – Mark Wolfson
01.30 – ELLL

Queen Mebh Stage

13.00 – Ensemble 32
14.30 – Mik Pyro
16.00 – Cry Before Dawn
17.30 – Susan O’Neill
19.00 – Frank and Walters
20.30 – Mick Flannery
22.30 – Bell X1


Families are a very important part of our festival community, so much so that we have a dedicated family area for parents and children to enjoy together. The emphasis each year is firmly on participation and creativity. Kids get the opportunity to partake in a diverse range of activities and workshops. Whether it be drumming, dancing, foraging, circus skills, or lego bricks, there is something to ignite the imaginations of all who are lucky enough to attend. More details available here


All activities are open in the Park for Festival goers including Boda Berg, Zipit, P. Mac’s Kayak’s and booking is essential. More info here and Lough Key Wellness info here


Night & Day is a STRICTLY over 20’s event (with the exception of children aged 14 and under). Children aged 15-19 years old are not permitted to attend even when accompanied by an adult. Children aged 14 and under do not need a ticket, but must be accompanied by a ticket holding parent or guardian at all times.


You can bring your own alcohol into the campsite (as long as you’re a camper). This is restricted to 24 cans or 1 litre of spirits in a plastic bottle per person (Or half of each, common sense will be used). Please enjoy alcohol responsibly. Alcohol access is restricted to your first entry only. You cannot bring any alcohol into the main festival arena. Alcohol will be available to purchase inside.


All enclosed spaces onsite are no smoking. This includes all stages, all tents and marquees. If you do smoke, please use the butt bins to dispose of your cigarette ends responsibly, paying particular attention in wooded areas.


There will be a clearly signposted information point located close to the entrance to the festival arena. This is there to offer help and advice about facilities and their locations on site. Travel information will be provided and you can take found property there.


There will be free drinking water points throughout the campsites and main festival arena.


There will be lots of wonderful food stalls on the festival site, offering a wide range of delicious food.


Please note that ID checks will be in place on entry to the festival and throughout the weekend. If you cannot present valid ID when asked by a member of staff during the event, you will be refused entry and/or evicted from the site. Accepted forms of ID are: Passport, Drivers Licence, Garda Age Cards. We reserve the right to refuse admission without a refund if you cannot prove your age


Bus timetable from Boyle train station for Night and Day. Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Departure (Boyle train station): 11:35 Return: Friday night – 00:30 Saturday – 23:00 and 00:30 Sunday – 23:00 and 00:30
Bus timetable from Carrick on Shannon for Night and day. Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Friday Departure 13:30 Return: 00:30 Saturday: Departure 13:30 Return: 23:00 & 00:30 Sunday Departure 13:30 Return: 23:00 & 00:30
You need to pre-book with Expressway in advance.

Roscommon v Armagh

The all important game will be shown live at 4pm at the Festival!

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