Cois Fharraige

Cois Fharraige

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Not to be confused with the surfing TV show, Cois Farraige or the County Galway location.

Cois Fharraige is a three-day Irish surfing and music festival, first held in Kilkee, County Clare in 2007. The name is derived from the Irish language phrase, "beside the sea". It is notable as Ireland's first surfing and music festival and is a joint project between MCD and Sony Ericsson. The 2008 event was held from 5–7 September.

2007 festival

The 2007 event took place from 7–9 September in Kilkee, County Clare. Individual day tickets were priced at 29.50, early bird three-day festival tickets were €69.50, and three-day festival tickets were €84.50.

The first set of bands announced to play included Ocean Colour Scene, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Republic of Loose, The Blizzards, Kíla, Tom Baxter, Róisín Murphy and Buffalo Souljah. Within days, Badly Drawn Boy and The Enemy were added to the line-up.

The event ran on an invitation only basis, for surfers with a required standard of surfing. An invitation was issued from The West Coast Surf Club to all suitable applicants. The surf event offered 48 competitive places to applicants.

2007 line-up

2008 festival

Cois Fharraige 2008 took place from 5–7 September in Kilkee, County Clare. It was headlined by Travis, Supergrass and The Zutons. Also...
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