There’s always something on at the INEC Killarney. Or so you will discover when you stay at Killarney’s Holiday Village, which is just a few minutes from the acclaimed entertainment hotspot on the Muckross Road. This autumn is no different, with a host of events to suit all tastes taking place in the INEC right up to the New Year. Here are some of our recommendations for events you can book in the INEC this October and November:
The INEC offers a full programme of country and folk music all year round. Enjoy Margo on the Friday of the October bank holiday (October 28th) and the Wolfe Tones on the following night.
The range of quality music on offer at the INEC is unrivalled. On the Friday of the bank holiday weekend (October 28th) you can choose from Margo or Cork indie favourites The Frank & Walters. Then, on Friday, November 25th, you have Wyvern Lingo, who wowed the crowds at this year’s Electric Picnic.
Rock & Pop
Popular Dublin band Aslan will pack them in on Sunday, October 30th, while crooner Tony Christie tops the bill this November 18th. For Christmas, the INEC has a particularly strong lineup, with stars including Hermitage Green, Mick Flannery, the Coronas, the Saw Doctors, and Nathan Carter keeping the festive spirits high.
It’s not all about music at the INEC. If you have a funny bone, the INEC has an act that will tickle it. Al Porter plays the 12th and 13th of November, while the anarchic yet hilarious Foyle, Arms & Hog bring their unique take on laughs to the Killarney venue on the 11th. Mario Rosenstock is a regular visitor to the INEC at this stage, so don’t miss his incredible impersonations on December 3rd. Then there is Tommy Tiernan, no stranger to the INEC either. He will be wandering the corridors of the Gleneagle Hotel for three nights in December, presenting his new show “Under The Influence” in the Ballroom on the Friday, going all out in the INEC on the Saturday, and taking it down a notch in the acoustic club on the Sunday.
Don’t miss Donie Courtney’s mesmerising one-man show celebrating the life of Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty (a.k.a. the Scarlet Pimpernel), “God Has No Country” on November 6th. Then there is Jack L on December 27th, and for something completely different, The Lisdoonvarna Reunion Weekend on November 18th.
There really is something for everybody at the INEC!