Wednesday, 17th January 2018
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Winterval returns to Waterford for its 6th year!

The special magic of Christmas in Ireland will come alive once more at the end of November at Waterford’s Winterval Festival with 30 different fun events and activities for people of all ages to enjoy at Ireland’s biggest, brightest and best Christmas event. Now in its sixth year, Winterval begins on Friday, 17th November and will once more be the place magical memories are made as it builds on last year’s success when over 650,000 people from all over Ireland and beyond took part.

With a sparkling programme including a multitude of free events, this year Winterval will shine brighter than ever with fun for families, couples and groups of friends looking for the happiest of Christmas experiences.

There’s so much to see and do for everyone at Winterval. Booking tickets in advance so weekends can be spent exploring this interactive medieval city as it celebrates this most wonderful time of the year is highly recommended.

The Winterval Festival takes place from 17th to 19th November, 24th to 26th November, 1st to 3rd December, 8th – 10th December and 15th to 23rd December.

Tickets will go on sale on from September 22nd at http://www.winterval.ie

Keep in touch with Winterval and discover all the events and activities:

Website: http://www.winterval.ie

Facebook: /WintervalWaterford

Twitter: @Winterval_WAT

Instagram: @winterval_waterford

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