What’s on this weekend

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Walk with the Fairy Snow Queen in Tramore, kick back and relax with Jerry Fish at Central Arts or join in Busk Aid. 'Tis all happening this merry weekend before Xmas!

Walk with the Fairy Snow Queen in Tramore

Be part of the enchanted Fairy Snow Queen parade in Tramore this Friday, December 20th. Mulled wine, festive lights, and a great Xmas atmosphere around the town. Parade leaves the Fairy house at the top of Main Street at 5pm.

Jerry Fish at Central Arts

Charismatic performer, Jerry Fish, plays his fourth Christmas show at Central Arts on Sunday, December 22 at 9pm. Get your tickets before they’re gone!

Check out Jerry Fish below

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‘Tis the season to be kind

Throughout the day, buskers will serenade you with some great Xmas tunes around Waterford. Busk Aid is a really great local initiative that helps raise money for Tintean Housing Association. Everyone is invited to join in at 5 pm in John Roberts Square for a group busk and parade featuring the best musicians Waterford has to offer.


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