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Wake The Giant

Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3HW
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Wake the Giant Festival on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August 2023 in Warrenpoint.

The return of the Wake the Giant Festival, the perfect reason to visit the charming town of Warrenpoint!

Nestled on the picturesque shores of Carlingford Lough, Warrenpoint is a town steeped in history and culture, and the annual Wake the Giant Festival is the perfect opportunity to experience it all.

This unique vibrant festival celebrates the town's unique heritage and legends, and offers visitors a weekend  a full array of exciting events and activities. From live music and performances, to Giants food feast and children’s activities, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

One of the festival's most popular attractions is The Giants Parade, where visitors can witness enormous puppets of the legendary giant and other local folklore characters come to life. It's a truly unforgettable experience!

With its stunning natural scenery, rich culture and friendly locals, Warrenpoint is the perfect destination for an unforgettable vacation. So why not plan your trip around the Wake the Giant Festival, and experience the magic of this enchanting town for yourself?  Click here to find out more information on dates key information and events.  We can't wait to see you there!

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