Such a diverse bunch from the LGBT community gathered for a weekend of great entertainment and craic. Find them on Facebook here or follow them on Twitter at: Our current partners are listed though out the site. The Outing Partners. Entertainment for one and all! On these nights, there will be a battle between several DJs, sexy stage dancers, and fire eaters. Daly said that while some people drink too much at the festival many do so out of shyness.
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Thousands of people descended on the north Clare town for the weekend to be entertained by Panti Bliss , Brendan Courtney , Katrina Leskanich from Katrina and the Waves and others. Leskanich entertained partygoers on Friday with tunes including her s hit Walking on Sunshine at party HQ at the Hydro Hotel, and the venue was heaving again on Saturday night when Brendan Courtney presented a live version of Blind Date. He believed the festival was benefiting from the lingering feelgood effect for the LGBT community brought about by the yes vote in the Marriage Equality Referendum. One of the attendees this year was Kellie Maloney, formerly boxing promoter Frank Maloney. I have had just the most amazing time.
Traditions, folklore, history and more. If it's Irish, it's here. Or will be! Circle of Prayer Blessings. Making a Match in Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking is one of Ireland's oldest traditions and, for the last couple of hundred years, a good deal of it has taken place in Lisdoonvarna during September and early October.
For the month of September, this tiny spa town of residents hosts the popular Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival — a month-long celebration bringing together hopeful romantics from around the world. The festival is notorious for its lively all-day, all-night dancing and impromptu marriage proposals often triggered after a few pints at the pub. A third-generation matchmaker, Daly is best known for presiding over the festival. Matchmaking in Lisdoonvarna dates back generations and flourished with the rise of spa tourism in the s.