Limerick’s largest Family & Agricultural Festival returns to Limerick Racecourse on Sunday 27th August!
Up to 15,000 visitors, 1,000 competitors and 150 trade exhibitors will descend on Limerick Racecourse to experience a unique event which aims to bring the people of Limerick City and County together.
Join us for live music, food village, markets, kids zone, show jumping, horse & pony classes, dog show, horticulture, fashion show & best dressed lady with Celia Holmen Lee, careers village, competitions & lots more! We kick off at 9:30am until 6pm!
Kids under 16 go free! €10 per adult (booking fee may apply).
Buy tickets online now for Fast Track access into the Show! Or purchase at the gate on the day.
There will be FREE Shuttle Buses to and from the Limerick Show:
The return journey from the Show will commence from 5.00pm.
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