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What are the festival hours for Páirc 2023?

Páirc Festival 2023 is fast approaching, promising the biggest celebration of Birmingham and Irish culture in the UK!

Many of you have already bought your festival tickets, and we can’t wait to see you there! If you’re yet to secure your place at Páirc, taking place on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th August at the New Irish Centre in Kings Heath, head here.

So you can plan ahead for our huge Irish festival, here are our hours:

On both days, our doors will open at 11am, with music beginning at 12pm. Entertainment will finish at 10.30pm, and doors will close at 11pm.

The set list will be released approximately one month before the event date, so keep an eye on the Páirc Festival social media and website to see who’s playing when.

The day splits for Páirc Festival have been confirmed; on Saturday, Van Morrison will headline, with Mary Black, Derek Ryan, All Folk’d Up, Mary Coughlan, The Father Teds, Bang On The Ear, Cairde and Danny Darcy also performing.

Then on Sunday, headlining will be The Waterboys and Nathan Carter, with The High Kings, The Fureys (in the legends slot), Ceol, The Legend of Luke Kelly, On The Sesh and Ash Sheehan taking to the stage too. 

You don’t want to miss out on the biggest Irish music festival in the UK, so get your tickets now. And if you want to read more of our most frequently asked questions, click here. We can’t wait to celebrate with you, Birmingham!