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August 10th, 11th, 12th Annually - Killorglin, Ireland. The fair is one of Ireland’s oldest and longest celebrated and is held without fail on 10th, 11th and 12th August every year with 12 hours of free family street entertainment daily. We're already looking ahead to 2019! If you are still looking for memories from Puck Fair 2018, then check out all the photos here and Puck TV here. 2018 Puck TV (Thank you to Tadhg Hayes)
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Puck Fair (Irish: Aonach an Phoic, meaning "Fair of the He-Goat", 'poc' being the Irish for a male goat) is one of Ireland's oldest fairs. It takes place annually for three days on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August in Killorglin, County Kerry. Every year a group of people go up into the mountains and catch a wild goat. The goat is brought back to the town and the "Queen of Puck", traditionally a young school girl from one of the local primary schools, crowns the goat "King Puck".
The Official Page for The Puck Fair Festival - Ireland's Oldest Traditional. Puck Fair TV - Episode 16 'Friends in Low Places' & the fireworks. Recommended by 105 people. Everything was fantastic! the music, the friendly people, great food!
Cattle markets, horse-trading, a goat king, lots of Guinness and three days of music and revelry. Puck Fair, in the town of Killorglin in Co. Kerry, is one of the oldest festivals in Ireland. Each year from the 10th to the 12th of August, the quiet market town of Killorglin on the banks of the River Laune hosts Aonach an Phoic - Puck Fair. A palpable sense of euphoria descends on Killorglin as some 100,000 people gather in the small town over the three days to celebrate the crowning of King Puck, a goat from the mountains. As strange as it sounds this is the essence of Puck Fair,.
Guests at the Puck Fair arrive to welcome their temporary new king – ‘poc’, a wild goat captured from the nearby hills. The whole thing sounds like the start of a fairytale, or the result of some hallucinogenic medalling with the water supply. In fact, it’s one of Ireland’s oldest ongoing festivals. Puck Fair is an annual celebration that can trace its roots right back to the year 1603 and is firmly embedded in the culture of the town of Killorglin.