Following 18 months of being curtailed by pandemic restrictions, Clontarf is going to come alive next weekend with a fiesta of circus acts and leading Irish street performers.
‘Fiestaval Street Arts & Circus Festival’ will dazzle and delight with world-class performers – promising hours of belly-laughs and side-splitting acts – for all ages to enjoy.
Alfie Byrne Park in Clontarf will be transformed into a bustling family festival on Saturday next, September 25. Fiestaval is free-to-attend but pre-registration for tickets is essential due to limited capacity and safety restrictions.
Attendees can expect a jam-packed day of unrivalled excitement and entertainment from magicians, acrobats, sword-swallowers and stilt-walkers with comedian Damian Clarke to host the event.
Tickets are available now at fiestaval.ie – why not ensure your place to see sword-swallower and magician Jack Wise.
While ‘Hakuna Matata’ became the mantra of Dublin’s gold Olympian medallist, Kelly Harrington, it’s also the name of an east African high skilled acrobatic and lively limbo duo who will perform in Clontarf next weekend. See also the award-winning Tumble Circus’ all-new high-energy show Cycle Circus and interactive roaming stilt-walkers and stilt-cyclists from Dublin Circus Project.
And all the while, Damian Clarke will have you in stitches with some hilarious audience interaction along the way!
Fiestaval Street Arts & Circus Festival is all about creating magic moments – and it’s the perfect tonic to cast off the confinements of the past 18 months. Saturday Septembe25 at Alfie Byrne Park in Clontarf, shows daily at 12pm and 4pm
To ensure your ticket for this carnival spectacle, be sure to book you and your family and friends before it’s too late! See the full programme of events and bookings at www.fiestaval.ie Entry is free but pre-registration for tickets is essential! And note, there is limited capacity. See Facebook & Instagram @fiestavalireland #fiestaval
Fiestaval Street Arts & Circus Festival is presented by the multi award winning Dublin based events company Best in Fest, and is part of DUBLIN ALIVE, Dublin City Council’s Live Local Performance and funded by Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.