Buses


Buses will be leaving from Custom House Quay in Dublin 1 every half hour from 2pm until 8pm. Places for each time-slot are limited, so we advise you book your ticket as soon as possible. Tickets via Expressbus are available from here.

Cars


Samhain is a car free event, and there will be no parking permited anywhere on or near the site. If you are getting a lift or a private bus to festival, please go to the drop off point. Map and more info here.

Tickets


If you purchased a ticket online you should have received it in your email inbox by now. If you haven't received an email with your ticket attached, first check your junk mail, if it's not there get in touch at info@archetype.ie and we'll get your ticket to you ASAP.

Opening Times


The Festival gates open at 3pm and the festival will end at 2.30am


Jon Hopkins

Jon Hopkins

Maya Jane Coles

Maya Jane Coles

Booka Shade

Booka Shade (Live)

John Talabot

John Talabot

Rodhad

RØDHÅD

Jimmy Edgar

Jimmy Edgar

Leon Vynehall

Leon Vynehall

SCNTST

SCNTST

Rodhad

Craft Beers

Rodhad

The Big Smoke

Rodhad

Wicked Cocktails

Rodhad

The Big Blue Bus

Fancy Dress

Fancy Dress

Embrace an alter ego for the night

Travel Info

Travel Info

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Bus Tickets

BUS TICKETS

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BUY NOW
Wig Wam

WigWam
Collective

Tayor, Shane Linehan, Mike Black

Wig Wam

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Announced On Sunday

Samhain is back...

Spread across three stages and a plethora of theatrical nooks and crannies will be a host of international electronic acts, a cosmic selection of craft beers and a feast of gourmet food! The new venue for Samhain Festival is fully licensed so this year’s festival will not be a BYO event.

As the sun rises over Sliabh Rua, the Red Mountain, light climbs into the 5000 year old Cairn, illuminating the entire tomb and its three chambers before focusing on the Whispering Stone, an ancient white monolith, an omen of what’s to come at the spiritual home of Samhain.

Shadowed by Sliabh na Caillíagh, the “Witch’s Mountain”, bordered by 300 year old Yew trees, grown to ward off evil spirits and centered around the ruined church of Saint Oliver Plunkett; lies our playground for the night, Loughcrew Gardens.

Embrace an alter ego for the night with your best fancy dress and celebrate the ancient Celtic tradition of the “Festival of the Dead’