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Halloween is upon us this weekend, and you might be wondering, what is there to do in Ireland over Halloween? Luckily, Ireland has celebrated Halloween in some form for over 3000 years, so if there's one thing we know, it's how to put on a good party for it. Here's our top reccomendations for 2021 Halloween events in Ireland. 

Derry Halloween Festival

Regarded as Europe's biggest Halloween festival, Derry is yet again hosting Awakening the Walled City. The festival will see a variation of unforgettable sights, characters, and digital wonders at critical locations from Friday 29 until Sunday 31 of October, between 5.00 pm and 10.00 pm.

Highlights incorporate multiple bright worlds scattered across the city, accompanied by Ireland's first-ever digital LED fittings.
The 360-degree construction will use film, animation, special effects, and expanded reality to build an amazing light show that will captivate audiences with its dramatic visual display.
There will also be enchanting storytelling, bewitched, hidden spaces and dazzling shows popping up throughout the city.

You can acquire tickets for the festival here.

Farmphobia 2021

Farmphobia is one of Ireland's scariest attractions and takes place in County Meath this Halloween.

Farmaphobia is presently in its eleventh year, having frightened over 100,000 customers so far.

This year they'll be raising the bar with unique terrifying performances, and it's not to be missed.

Tormented and twisted minds have been working overtime to ensure that Farmaphobia - with four terrifying haunts- spread over 100 acres of fear will be Ireland's biggest Halloween event for adults and teens.

WII Zombies

The Third Reich army has risen from the dead to seek revenge on those who buried them. You and your squad must answer the call of duty and end the war once and for all.

Step right up; the Carnival is in town! But these clowns don't want to make you laugh.
They only care about your SCREAMS!

Purge Night

This is your emergency broadcast system announcing the commencement of Purge Night, sanctioned by the Government.
Commencing at the Siren, all crimes, including murder, will be legal until Purge Night is over. Blessed be our New Founding Fathers, a nation reborn.

Momma's Murder Maize

All year, the Baker Family have been waiting for some fresh meat, and Momma's finally brewing a bloody broth. Trust us, and her cooking is to die for.

To look at availability for tickets, click here.

Púca Festival, Co. Louth and Co. Meath

Púca is back and out to make mischief this Halloween! Hunt Halloween directly backwards to its beginnings, and you'll discover yourself in the smog of pagan Ireland over 3,000 years ago – an era when the ancient celebration of Samhain was honoured.

Returning in 2021 with music, bonfire, feasting and enjoyment across Ireland's Ancient East, celebrate the Celtic New Year with the spirits of Halloween.

Through the spectacular nights at Púca Festival, the events salute the Halloween spirits through folklore, food, myth and music, reopening the pathways of reflection and celebration carved by travellers over 3,000 years ago, and lighting up the night sky with awe-inspiring and unearthly illuminations.

This year, for the first time, Slane Castle will become home to the mischievous spirits of Púca, Boann, The Morrigan and Fear Dearg. These are key figures in Irish folklore and the ancient origins of Halloween - as they roam the woodlands and spectacular illuminations and installations bring the landscape to life.

To learn more about the event and to acquire tickets, click here.