Discover the magic of a collective nighttime walk enhanced by sound, mischief and fire, culminating in a Fire juggling spectacular by the artists of the Rogù company.
The procession is part of an ongoing exploration into what an Indigenous harvest ritual might look like in our day and age. It brings together locally based artists and performers as well as community musicians and fun-loving and curious revellers. The resulting procession and ritual will display the Harvest Crown and bring the Caim Coracle to the river to be released onto the Suir waters along with the messages collected over the previous weeks. The walk will leave from and return to Suir Island Car park.
Be sure to take part in one of our workshops in performance or costume making to prepare you for the procession. More info on workshops below.