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 2014; and beyond…

Plans are already in place for Féile Brian Ború 2015 which will run from 1st – 5th July 2015.

We hope you will join us in celebrating the 22nd Féile Brian Ború in the beautiful Killaloe & Ballina.

 

News Headlines

  • St. Patrick’s Day 2015

    Plans are well underway for this year’s parade and it’s guaranteed to be full of music, entertainment, colour and fun! This year’s parade will leave Ballina Riverside Park at 2:30pm and it will follow the usual route, finishing in the Green, Killaloe. We are encouraging all businesses, clubs, organisations and individuals to get involved and… Read More

  • Commemorating Brian Boru

    The sun shone down in Killaloe/Ballina last Saturday as Ireland’s Greatest High King, Brian Ború, was honoured in his native place with the unveiling of a shield commemorating the 1,000th anniversary of his death at the Battle of Clontarf. This shield was unveiled by local historian Seán Kierse and Co. Clare based blacksmith Mark Wilson.… Read More

  • Thank you!

    Following a most successful Féile Brian Ború in Killaloe and Ballina, the committee would like to thank most sincerely all those who helped make this event possible. We would like to thank in particular all the sponsors of Féile Brian Ború.We recongise that we are currently in a challenging environment and we would like to… Read More

  • CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY 2015

    Plans are well underway for this year’s parade and it’s guaranteed to be full of music, entertainment, colour and fun! This year’s parade will leave Ballina Riverside Park at 2:30pm and it will follow the usual route, finishing in the Green, Killaloe. We are encouraging all businesses, clubs, organisations and individuals to get involved and… Read More

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