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Hello Irish mamas!

Ive just missed out on family tickets for Electric picnic….....what other good family alternatives do I have?

Any ideas?!

Sarahx

To dare is to lose ones footing temporarily, to not dare is to lose oneself.

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Thanks gangof4 I will make some enquires about that one, sounds perfect. Oxygen is just down the road from us, but no intention of going as like you said not family friendly!

To dare is to lose ones footing temporarily, to not dare is to lose oneself.

LETS number 137

https://wildheartseducation.wordpress.com/

Saw a piece in the Indo about a family festival - think it was Longford or Leitrim.  Didn’t recognise the name of the festival, but the article made it seem appealing and very suitable for families.
Check out the Irish Independent website and see if you can find out about it.
Sorry to be so vague, I didn’t investigate further as ds2 too young to go to this kind of thing yet.

Thanks very much Moray, I will check that out. This isthe first year we’ve felt we could have a go at a festival with the kids, Ive really missed going.

To dare is to lose ones footing temporarily, to not dare is to lose oneself.

LETS number 137

https://wildheartseducation.wordpress.com/

Hi BluebellFinn,
check out Spirit of Folk Festival in Dunderry Park House, Co. Meath - on weekend of Autumn Equinox 23/25 September…. Tickets cost €95 each for weekend and under 12’s go free… think the website is http://www.spiritoffolk.com should be a fab weekend!!! smile you can also get Saturday only tickets for €59 each (& under 12’s free)
hugsx

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