Sunday 16th July


10am Coumshingaun Loop Walk - Hike the stunning Coumshingaun Horseshoe with Muddyboots.  circa 8km. Duration:4-5hrs Graded: moderate.  Over 18s only.  Meeting point: Kilclooney wood. FREE EVENT - Booking essential.
11am Talk by Julian Walton on the marriage that changed history in Ireland and Kenneth Nicholls on 'The Powers of Curraghmore' followed by Morning Coffee in the Dining Room at Curraghmore House and Gardens Admission €35, places limited. 
2pm Talk by Willie Fraher on the evolution of the gardens at Curraghmore House and Gardens, a stroll through the gardens along with Mike Murphy, head gardener followed by Afternoon Tea in the dining room. Admission €35 and places limited.
2pm Walk with Bruce! Join local seaweed foraging expert Bruce Macdonald for a guided coastal expedition and culinary experience. On your return to the visitor centre you will enjoy a tasty lunch comprised of an assortment of locally produced, seaweed based foods. €7 per person or €10 per couple. Meeting point Copper Coast Geopark Centre
3-5 pm Art Hand on the Strand - SAND artist Sean Corcoran made such an impression at last year’s Festival that we’ve invited him back to create some more of his spectacular art as part of this year’s programme. Friday, July 14th  2 – 4 pm, Saturday, July 15th  2.30pm to 4.30pm, Sunday, July 16th from 3pm to 5pm. Bridies Beach, Knock, Clonea.  Curious? All will be revealed during the festival. Bring your cameras and get snapping and sharing the spectacle before it all vanishes! FREE EVENT
6pm Outdoor Theatre with Chapter House Theatre Company performing Pride & Prejudice on the lawn at Curraghmore House and Gardens at 6pm. Tickets Adults €20, Kids €12 Family Ticket of 4 €56 available.
7pm Copper Coast Concert  Local acoustic harmony trad group, Dunaill, headline this not-to-be- missed, intimate concert accompanied by Tramore acoustic Americana band, Still House Down.  7pm Copper Coast Geopark, Tickets €10.

Gina, Dale Haze and the Champions: Gina and the band return to where it all began in 1975 to perform an open air concert under the lights of the Viaduct in Kimacthomas at the park in Kilmacthomas. They will be joined on stage for a number of songs by original member, Dale Haze. Preceded on the night by local bands, The Rocky Racoons and The Renegades. Tickets €10