Irish Country Living together with The Comeraghs Wild Festival are offering readers the chance to win this fantastic prize in celebration of the event's return ON 7 to 10 July.

To be in with a chance to win answer the following question and e-mail your answer to

Who is performing at the flagship concert at this years Comeraghs Wild Festival?

What’s happening in Waterford?

The programme is packed with something from the thrill seeker to the yoga enthusiasts and the music lover. With a very strong nature, wildlife and eco-theme, there are educational and fun events over the four days.

The rugged, breath-taking terrain offers so many different, natural experiences and the festival is back showcasing all that is special about the Comeragh Mountains region.

Festival spokesperson, Mary Flynn, said that there are new venues, new events, new attractions and the most popular crowd-pullers are back.


“Our flagship concert in the mountains features legendary blues, jazz and soul singer, Mary Coughlan, and her live band. This concert, this year will be at Crotty’s Lake which is idyllic and has parking, toilet and catering facilities, making the venue accessible for all. We’re delighted to confirm that The Backyard Band will be entertaining from 8pm.

“We’ve a full Nire Valley Drop this year, a Hog Roast and live music at Nire/Fourmilewater GAA Club. Éanna Ni Lamhna will be joining Stephen McCarthy for an eco-walk and talk from Kilmacthomas Railway Station. Internationally-renowned Irish wildlife cameraman, filmmaker and television presenter, Colin Stafford-Johnson is also joining us for a talk in Portlaw.


“New to this year’s programme are music, singing, dancing and storytelling at The Nook, Gateway Eco Camping Park and a Comeragh Mountain Lamb Feast at Cooney’s Yard. But Eddie Lenihan is back by popular demand at Nell’s. There’s morning yoga and events for children at Crough Wood, surfing at Bonmahon, a Craughan Loop Guided Walk by Muddyboots and outdoor theatre at Curraghmore House & Gardens.”

Please include your name, address and telephone number with your entry. Closing date for entries is Sunday 26 June with winners announced in the paper on 30 June. The prize is non-transferable.

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The prize is a night for up to four people in the Comeragh Glamping Pods on the night of July 8 and free tickets to see Mary Coughlan.