Béar Féile, Ireland’s biggest bear event is back again! The festival returns to the Button Factory in Temple Bar next March, but between now and the end of December an early bird ticket can be yours for just €30.
With an impressive lineup of live acts, DJs and events, Béar Féile promises to be better than ever as it celebrates its tenth anniversary. This four-day festival, which is brought to you via Dublin Bears, is jam-packed with all things bear while many favourite fixtures from the past few years will be making a triumphant comeback. Be sure not to miss their much-loved trad session, Mr Bear Ireland Competition, the Bear Market and the Bear Bus Tour with Kristin Kapelli.
Béar Féile will also host some very special live acts including the funk and disco cover band Till Death Do Us Party, London-based singer Paul Middleton and, all the way from Utah, singer-songwriter and activist Justin Utley.
Additionally, Béar Féile’s DJ sets include some of the very best from the Irish and International dance scene as DJ Aggie, DJ Corky, DJ El Styra, DJ Gerry Moore and DJ Martin McCann will be at the Button Factory to keep you dancing throughout the festival’s run.
You have from now until the end of the year to register for an early bird ticket which will grant you access to the festival for the low price of €30, so get your hands on this bargain before it’s too late.
Please note however that the early bird registration packs do not include tickets for the Bear Bus Tour with Kristin Kapelli. Tickets for the bus tour will be sold separately.
Béar Féile runs between Thursday March 28 until Sunday March 31 2019. Tickets start from €30 and can be bought from Eventbrite. Early registration for Ireland’s biggest bear event is advised in order to avoid disappointment.
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