Welcome to the Féile Brian Ború.

The Féile celebrates the life and legacy of Brian Ború (founder of the O’Briens) –  the most famous son of the historic twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina.

Through our annual festival, the Féile Brian Ború committee aim to celebrate Ireland’s Greatest High King and keep alive the name of the Great Brian Ború in his native place, Killaloe/Ballina, from where he ruled this country!

Killaloe and Ballina may never again regain their status as Ireland’s capital, but they will certainly prove the place to be, or to visit in the future.

We hope you will join us in the beautiful twin-towns of Killaloe & Ballina.

For further details on visiting our twin-towns, and the the surrounding areas, check out www.discoverloughderg.iewww.visiteastclare.iewww.tipperary.com/
www.clare.ie/ www.irelandshiddenheartlands.ie/
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News Headlines

  • Féile Brian Ború

    Due to the current restrictions as a result of COVID-19, this year’s Féile Brian Ború will unfortunately not go ahead as planned from 8th – 12th July 2020. It is really disappointing to be taking a break from our annual festival for the first time since 1993, but obviously everyone’s safety is far more important.… Read More

  • Ballina/Killaloe St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020

    On the recommendation of the National Public Health Emergency Team, we have decided to postpone the 2020 St. Patrick’s Day parade – we hope to run this at a later date and will keep you posted! We did not make this decision lightly. Sincerest apologies for any inconvenience caused.

  • Féile Brian Boru Swimming Pool Gala

    The Féile Brian Boru Swimming Pool Gala was a great fun event. It catered for all ages and abilities. Well done to Paddy & Lifeguards Anthony & Laura for organising the events and to Mary for providing refreshments to all. Results: U10A Freestyle : 1. Tadhg Hogan 2. Noah Shannon 3.Ryan Crotty U10B Freestyle :… Read More

  • Making a splash at Feile Brian Boru

    32 swimmers took part in the annual Shannon Swim which starts at the Pier Head and finishes before Killalie Brudge, a distance of approx. 500 metres. The winners were as follows: Ladies Open 1st – Edie Reynolds 2nd – Deirdre Kearney 3rd – Orlagh Scanlon Men’s Open 1st – Finn McGeever 2nd – Christian Jones… Read More

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