Supported by Tindal Wine Merchants
Indulge your creativity and don your most captivating attire before joining us for the first ever Oyster Festival Mardi Gras through the Streets of Galway (Masks are encouraged!)
Guests will meet at 7pm at Galway City Museum for an oyster and prosecco reception with canapés from The Kitchen at the Museum and to start of the night’s entertainment with a traditional Irish session. The playful Mardi Gras band will then guide guests from the historic Spanish Arch and Fish Market Square through the pedestrian streets of Galway to St Nicholas Collegiate Church for a fork buffet of fresh Irish seafood with wine and uplifting tones of the Galway Gospel Choir. You will be shown the way to the sophisticated Late Night Venue-Halo by the fun Rhythm Riot carnival band that will have you movin' and shakin' all the way to the dance floor with 80s DJ til the wee hours!
An impressive musical line up will keep you entertained and dancing until the early hours- making this event a festival highlight that simply can't be missed! The Oyster and Seafood Festival Mardi Gras is a moveable Feast that will showcase the best of Galway's Maritime Heritage with world reknowned hospitality, local seafood and thrilling entertainment. Supported by Tindal Wine Merchants