2020 Festival

We invite you to join us for some or all of the special events that will take place in Dundalk, Faughart and Ravensdale between Sunday 26th of January and Sunday 2nd of February to celebrate the return of the light, of Brigid in her maiden form and the beginning of springtime.  

Events

We invite you to join us for some or all of the special events that will take place at this year's festival in Dundalk, Faughart and Ravensdale

Directions

Directions

Brigid of Faughart Festival invites you to listen in to a special documentary about St Brigid and Faughart Shrine which was broadcast on Dundalk FM (Community Radio Station) on Saturday 13th January 2018 with Dolores Whelan.

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Faughart

To the north of Dundalk, Co Louth, Faughart is an ancient place filled with a history that is both gentle and fierce. It is a place associated with battles, boundaries and travel. The Sli Midhluachra, one of the 5 ancient roads of Ireland, runs through the hill of Faughart on its way from the Hill of Tara, to Armagh and then to the north coast of Ireland, making it a strategically important place.

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