Thursday, 20th September 2018
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KBC Bank Ireland and WellFest today announced the WellFest Summer tour which will bring Ireland's largest health, fitness and wellness festival to towns and cities around the country.

Over the next two months, the WellFest Summer tour in association with KBC Bank Ireland will bring five exclusive pop up events around the country. The pop up events are completely free and will take place in Kilkenny, Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway on the following dates:

  • July 21st — Kilkenny
  • July 28th — Waterford
  • August 11th — Cork
  • August 25th — Limerick
  • September 8th — Galway

On Saturday the 21st of July, the first event will take place in Kilkenny city. This will be a free wellness pop-up event designed to give people a real taste of what WellFest is all about and is sure to leave those attending feeling refreshed, inspired and uplifted. Further details as well as the line-up of the Summer Tour will be announced shortly. Tickets to the event are extremely limited and will operate on a first come, first served basis. Register your interest on At today's WellFest Summer tour launch, Anthony Kelly, Director of WellFest, said: "After a hugely successful festival this year, we're delighted to bring WellFest on tour across Ireland with our presenting partner KBC. The exciting lineup of free pop-up events will give attendees a taste of the full festival including fun and inspiring activities around fitness, food and mindfulness."

Aidan Power, Director of Customer, Brand and Marketing at KBC Bank Ireland, said: "KBC is delighted to bring WellFest to our hubs across Ireland. Following the success of WellFest this year which saw up to 10,000 attendees over two days and the popularity of our 30-day WellGood programme in March, we are delighted to be able to bring the festival to other parts of the country. Our aim is to bring a wealth of knowledge across food, mental health and fitness to a broader community beyond the festival itself. "We understand how important wellbeing is to our customers and the communities we live and work in. We also believe that KBC has an active role to play in helping people access initiatives as inspiring as WellFest."


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