Fiddler’s Green Festival

The Fiddler’s Green Festival is a week-long celebration of music and culture which takes place in the village of Rostrevor at the end of July, attracting artists and musicians from all over the world.

There are a whole host of events available for all of the family to enjoy, from ceilis and traditional music sessions in Rostrevor’s many pubs to nightly entertainment on the open air stage in the village square. There are also art exhibitions, a full programme of children’s entertainment, guided walks and the now famous literary pub crawl.

Each year the festival make two very special presentations. The Fiddler’s Green Creative Arts Award is presented in recognition of  achievement in Arts and Literature with past recipients including the Nobel-prize winning poet and playwright Seamus Heaney, while the Fiddler’s Green Hall of Fame Award is presented in recognition of contribution to Irish music and culture, with notable previous recipients including The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers, Maire Brennan and Dolores Keane.

We offer affordable, luxury guesthouse accommodation with unrivalled facilities that you can avail of during the festival week in Rostrevor. To check availability for your chosen dates, just click here.