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Midleton Arts Festival 2018

The Vibrant Artists Community of Midleton and Surrounds come together in mid-May to present their work, experiment, stretch imaginations and raise the spirits of the local community.

Feel the town buzz the minute you step foot on the street. 

Take art trails through Midleton, listen to music in the market, and book reading in the bookstore, try your hand at drawing, sculpture, visit the festival club to brush shoulders with local creators, discover hidden gems and unknown corners of the town, make a mask, dance and sip cocktails at the Jameson & Jazz Masked Ball. (

Exciting for children, the festival enriches their lives and gives them playful ways to make art, be inspired, and make new friends. Don’t miss the incredible Junkyard PlaygroundBusking Competition, and even Conducting the Orchestra. Film in the Courthouse gives children a place to showcase their films and animations and workshops leading up to the festival lead to their artworks being exhibited.

For artists, the festival gives a platform to display art in the Shop Front Gallery along the whole Main Street and in other surprising places around the town!

And if you want your spirits lifted, join the huge Kindred Spirits Drum Circle in Bailick Park.

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Midleton Food and Drink Festival

September the 4th – 10th 2016

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Midleton Food and Drink Festival becomes FeastCork 2017.

The Midleton Food and Drink Festival  became FeastCork in 2017. It epitomizes the new food culture that has developed in Midleton, combined with a truly remarkable extravaganza of fun. Its ethos is to develop the Festival into a magnificent flagship showcase of the highest standard in Ireland.

Set in the undulating and bountiful countryside of East Cork, Midleton has become southern Ireland’s hub of culinary excellence. With a long held and world-renowned reputation for whiskey making traditions and more recently, its fine Farmers Market, Midleton is a perfect setting for our Food and Drink Festival. The rich resources of the surrounding farmland and the wealth of excellent seafood available from nearby Ballycotton has made the Festival a celebration of its authentic and locally produced fare!

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