Records tumble as crowds flock to wild, wonderful Comeraghs

Comeraghs Wild Festival. Pictured at the Mahon Falls, Co. Waterford, a Comeraghs Wild Festival night event which featured Internationally-acclaimed Irish singer and songwriter Don Mescall and the award-winning Mount Sion Choir live at the foot of stunning Mahon Falls, deep in the Comeragh Mountains. Pictured are Niamh, Clara and Keeva Crowley. Picture: Patrick Browne

THIS year’s Comeraghs Wild Festival has broken all records, the organisers say. Several events were sold out in advance and attendance by visitors from outside Waterford was also up.

“We couldn’t be happier,” spokesperson Bernadette Drohan said. “The feedback has been extremely positive. There were, of course, a few stand-out events and anyone who attended the concert at Mahon Falls with Don Mescall and the Mount Sion Choir really had a fantastic evening. Everyone was raving about the choir, their energy and the positive vibe that just oozes from them.

“We are very, very thankful to the organising committee, and to Waterford City and County Council for their support.”

Comeraghs Wild 2019 opened with a sell-out show, My Auntie Bee, in Kill. Other events that sold out included a workshop with Karen Power at Curraghmore; children’s events and yoga in Crough Wood and the Holy Smoke evening with chef, Decky Walsh.



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