Púca 2021

We are progressing with plans for Púca this year. The festival will take place in line with current Government guidelines and the safety of our audiences, artists and staff will remain our top priority. We will announce the programme in September.

Please keep social distancing and safety in mind when planning your attendance and check our up-to-date Covid-19 safety information here.

The festival this year is in largely new spaces so it is not measurable in that way, but it will run at the most suitable capacity to manage a safe and wonderful experience for the audiences and everyone involved.

Festival Information

When can I book tickets for this year’s events?

Tickets for this year’s events will go on sale in September through this website. Sign up to the newsletter to be the first to hear what’s in store this year.

Will there be food and drink at the festival?

Púca celebrates the wonderful local produce grown and created in the Boyne Valley so you can be assured that you won’t go hungry or thirsty at the Festival this year. There is also a great range of restaurants and cafes in Athboy, Trim and Drogheda. In October keep an eye on the website for special offers and local partnerships highlighting the wonderful local food and drink.

Is the event accessible?

All events at Púca are accessible, but please note some of the ground in or around our outdoor events is not always very even.

Where can I stay?

There is everything from top end hotels to B&Bs, Air B&Bs and self-catering cottages around Athboy, Drogheda, Slane and Trim. It’s a beautiful part of the world. Browse www.discoverireland.ie for where to stay and things to do when you plan your trip to Púca this autumn.

Is the festival indoors?

Púca is a mix of indoors and outdoors, so festival goers should dress to stay warm and dry to enjoy the full variety of the Púca celebrations.

For further information please contact info@pucafestival.com.