Tayto Park Founder, Raymond Coyle and TV and Radio Presenter, Lucy Kennedy have announced the line up ‘Funfest’ Family Festival at Tayto Park, which will take place on the 29th & 30th June, 2019.
FunFest ticket holders can now enjoy a variety of family fun activities which have been added to the line-up including workshops, masterclasses, spectacular shows, theatre and comedy!
The new acts include unique activities such as a 30 minute show from 12 time Guinness World Record ‘Bubbleologist’ Samsam Bubbleman and also ‘Dance Yourself Dizzy Little Top Tent’.
“With something for everyone it really is going to be the perfect family day out as school closes for the summer,” said Kennedy who is the official MC for the Tayto Park FunFest.
To date, the festival has confirmed 30 international and Irish music acts who will take to the main stage over the weekend including Nathan Carter, Rak-Su, The Blizzards, Key West, Atomic Kitten, Liberty X and many more.
“I’m looking forward to catching my friend Nathan Carter,” Kennedy added, “I may even convince him to go on the Viking Voyage with my gang!’.
For an extra €13.50 per person on top of the usual entry and wristband price to Tayto Park, Funfest ticket holders get to enjoy unlimited entries on all the attractions at Tayto Park The festival is running from 10am to 9:30pm.
Festival goers can now avail of limited edition family tickets with a discounted family ticket of two entries for €90 and more offers online.
To book tickets click here
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