Ireland celebrates Bastille Day

Find out about the many events taking place for French National Day next 14th of July!






Bastille Day at the Church Bar, Dublin


The Church Bar will celebrate the French National Day with music, pétanque, French wine and food!

Find out more information here.


Bastille Day 2017 in Dublin

Friday 14 July 2017, from 4:30pm

@ The Church Cafe Bar Restaurant & Club

Admission Free


Bastille Day in Waterford

The workshop of French children from Waterford (l’Atelier des enfants français de Waterford), a venture from the French association FLAM (Français Langue Maternelle) is setting up a Family Day on the occasion of the 14th of July. A great occasion to enjoy this day all together!


Sunday 16 July 2017, from 3pm

Jack Meades Bar and Restaurant; Cheekpoint Road, Waterford.

Find out more.


Bastille Day at La Petite Boulangerie, Dublin

The pop-up café will bring from July 10th an authentic taste of France to Dublin city centre. Alongside Cuisine de France favourites, both sweet and savoury, the café will be serving an innovative menu of delectable delights, including the much anticipated Croffle, designed with renowned chef Louise Lennox.


Bastille Day Celebration at La Petite Boulangerie

Friday 14 July 8am-3pm

9 Camden Street, Dublin 2

Admission free


Bastille Day at The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon

The Dock is Leitrim’s centre for the arts with Theatre and Music Performances, Exhibitions, Projects, Workshops and Classes.

Two events are taking place during Bastille Day in the art centre.

Award-winning pianist Jessie De Bellis will celebrates Bastille Day with a lunchtime recital featuring works from the great French classical composers.


Find out more here.


Friday 14 July 2017, from 1pm.

St George’s Church, Co. Leintrim

Tickets : 12€.


There will also be a screening of French Jean-Luc Godard film maker, A bout de souffle, 1960.

Find out more here.


Friday 14th July 2017, from 11h30.

The Dock, St. George’s Terrace, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim.

Tickets: 5€.


Bastille Day in Portarlington

In 1694 five hundred Huguenot settlers arrived in Portarlington, fine dwellings were constructed and a church was built and the town as we know it today began to take form. The French Church and many buildings from that time are still in use with French family names still evident in the area.


Each year the town celebrates its heritage, is decked in blue, white and red, the streets become a market and are full of people with music and laughter filling the air as we celebrate with a Joie de vivre our history!


Festival Français de Portarlington

County Laois

14-16 July

More details


Bastille Day at Kenmare, Kerry

The Sheen Falls Lodge Hotel (Relais & Châteaux) in Kenmare organizes a meal dedicated to France on July 14th. Aperitif, canapés, four courses of choice accompanied by wines and coffee, take a taste of France for the National Day!


Kenmare, Kerry

14th July

Charge: 55€/ person.



 Sources: Ambassade de France en Irlande

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