Comeraghs Wild Festival 2014 is an innovative festival to celebrate the culture, heritage and activities associated with the Comeragh Mountains as well as highlight the natural beauty, diversity and uniqueness of the area.

This is a festival to highlight all that is wonderful about the Comeraghs; to show off their spectacular scenery and intriguing heritage to the world. Festival events take place right across the Comeragh Mountains' communities, along the Copper Coast and in Dungarvan, the festival hub. The programme encompasses heritage, nature, literature and music and 2014 promises to build on 2013's astounding offerings which included Mountain walks by full moonlight, night trail runs, reflective meditation, music and storytelling and performance poetry. Comeraghs Wild is a multi-strand festival but every event shares a common thread: allowing visitors to actively engage with and experience the best of what the Comeraghs offer, be it heritage, mountain activities, music, arts or reflection.

The Comeraghs Wild Festival has something for everyone! This is a Waterford County Council initiative in co-operation with the Comeraghs Mountain Forum.