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Irish Independent Park Concerts 2021

Cork’s Irish Independent Park will host a series of massive gigs with Lewis Capaldi & Picture This already confirmed.

The worldwide phenomenon of music festivals is just as vibrant in Ireland as anywhere, so expect lots of exciting events to populate your calendar for 2021. The Carrigaline Court Hotel is just a 15 minute drive from Irish Independent Park, and offers an ideal accommodation option for those attending any of the following concerts.

Book your hotel in Cork with Carrigaline Court Hotel today!

Current 2021 Lineup

17th June 2021
Lewis Capaldi 
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18th June 2021
Gerry Cinnamon
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19th June 2021
David Gray
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22nd June 2021
The Script 
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25th June 2021
Picture This
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26th June 2021
Dermot Kennedy 
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29th June 2021
The Chemical Brothers 
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Westlife in Cork

Pairc Uí Chaoimh is the newly renovated home of Cork GAA. The Pairc Ui Chaoimh stadium is where traditional GAA games are held throughout the year It will also host Westlife in Cork this summer! Westlife in Cork accommodation

The Irish pop group confirmed that they will be performing at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Friday 28th & Saturday 29th of August 2020. The band said “We can’t wait to bring this show to Ireland which will be more spectacular than anything we’ve ever done before.” It will be the first time that the group have played at the newly renovated 45,000 capacity Cork venue, having announced it on their official Twitter page back in September. It follows on from the major success of last summer’s ‘Twenty Tour’, which sold a record 600,000 tickets across 27 cities and 13 countries, including two sold-out shows at Croke Park! WOW!

Cork Hotels for Westlife Event

Stay at our Hotel in Cork when visiting Pairc Ui Chaoimh! Pairc Ui Chaoimh is just over 20 minutes by car from Carrigaline Court Hotel. It can also be reached by the 24/7 Bus route into the city. Carrigaline Court Hotel offers an impressive 91 luxurious bedrooms, health and leisure club, bar and restaurant. Free parking and WiFi are also available.

Carrigaline Court Hotel is one of the most accessible Cork Hotels, just outside the city and we’re easy to get to no matter where in Ireland you’re coming from.

Book your accommodation in Cork with the Carrigaline Court Hotel today!

Westlife tickets in Cork

Tickets are still available via popular ticket outlets such as ticketmaster & Viagogo

Directions to Pairc Ui Chaoimh from Carrigaline Court Hotel 

Directions to Pairc Ui Chaoimh

Westlife in Cork Q&A

Where are Westlife Playing in Cork?

Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

How far is Páirc Uí Chaoimh From Cork City Centre?

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a 15 minute walk from the Parnell Place bus station and the Kent train station.

What dates are Westlife playing in Cork?

Friday 28th & Saturday 29th of August 2020.

How much are Westlife tickets?

Average between €100 – €200, depending on stadium allocation.

Can I park at the stadium for concerts?

There is no parking onsite. We encourage patrons to use Public Transport where possible. There are 15 parking spaces available on site for wheelchair users.

Mother’s Day 2020

Mother’s Day Sunday 22nd March 2020


Hotel in Cork

Where better to spend Mother’s Day in Cork than in the Carrigaline Court hotel and to treat your Mother to that special occasion. Enjoy a delicious 4 course meal in our Bistro Restaurant with music by Velvet from 1.30pm – 3.30pm and finish off the evening with a drink in Collins Bar!

Our chef has prepared a special Mothers Day Lunch menu for the occasion and we can accommodate any dietary requirements you might have here.

Mother’s Day Lunch Menu 

Adults €33.50pp Children €15pp

To book your Mother’s Day Lunch

Please contact 021 4852100 or email


Fill out our contact form below to make a Mother’s Day Lunch reservation! Don’t forget to tick the boxes to ensure you never miss a special offer!

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Volvo Cork Week 2020

Cork300 will celebrate Royal Cork Yacht Club’s 300th anniversary, where it all began, and Cork’s maritime haven, with a series of events next summer.

In 2020, the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven will celebrate its 300th anniversary with an exciting series of events on and off the water across Cork harbour, called Cork300.

Founded in 1720, by a group of 25 pioneering individuals, the Royal Cork Yacht Club is the oldest yacht club in the world, and its tricentenary celebrations will take a look back at the origins of ‘where it all began’, which is attracting significant international interest from thousands of yacht clubs across the globe.

Sailing communities throughout Europe and as far as Australia, Hong Kong and San Francisco are expected to attend the Cork300 celebrations – which will take place primarily during the months of July and August 2020 – to participate in the exciting variety of competitive and non-competitive nautical and on shore events scheduled, many of which are also open to the public.

As part of the celebrations, communities across Cork harbour will host a vast array of sailing, racing, food, and entertainment events, along with a number of talks, ensuring Cork will be the only place to be in Summer 2020.

The Cork300 summer celebrations, which will be preceded by several other events including European Maritime Day and Seafest in May, will centre on three lead events: The Great Gathering of cruising yachtsmen and yachts from around the world in July, Three Championship Weeks of competitive dinghy sailing in August, and The Club At Home Regatta for all fleets, also in August.

Highlights over the summer include an eye-catching Classic Yacht Regatta; the historic Kingstown/Queenstown feeder race from Dun Laoghaire to Cobh; the world-famous annual Volvo Cork Week Regatta, an International Powerboat Championship Festival which will take place in Ireland for the first time; a Wild Atlantic Way sailing ‘cruise in company’ for visiting yacht clubs; the Royal Cork Fleet Review which will be a fantastic parade of sailing craft in Cobh.and a Gathering of Naval Ships in Cork City. The prestigious Morgan Cup, awarded by the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC), will also come to Ireland for the first time as part of Cork300.

The Royal Cork Yacht Club have also just received confirmation that His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, has graciously donated a specially commissioned trophy for a unique race from Cowes in the UK to Cork to celebrate the Royal Cork Yacht Club’s tricentenary celebrations and the special relationship that exists between our two countries and sailing communities. The trophy will be awarded to the line honours winner of the Morgan Cup race in 2020, which forms part of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Season Points Championship and starts from the historical Royal Yacht Squadron line in Cowes.

Commenting on the Cork300 events series, Chairman of Cork300 Colin Morehead said, “I am incredibly proud to be Chairman of Cork300 – this is probably the most significant historic milestone that the Royal Cork Yacht Club and the sailing community worldwide will see in our lifetime, so it truly is an honour to be part of … and to share where it all began.

“Everyone, everywhere around the world, is invited to join in the celebrations and be part of the Cork300 crew. We have a really exciting events series planned with lots of more news to announce over the coming months.
“We are especially delighted to hear of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales’ support this week. This truly is an honour.”“Cork300 will promote community, international friendship, sustainability and the role of sailing worldwide. We want to inspire and motivate future generations to sail and we hope to leave a legacy for sailing and Cork harbour, Ireland’s maritime haven, into the future.”
“Of course, Cork300 is made possible only by the support of our partners – AIB the premier partner, Volvo, Port of Cork, Cork County Council, Cork City Council and Heineken, so we would like to sincerely thank them for their generosity.”

Also commenting, An Tánaiste Simon Coveney T.D. said, “Cork300 is a momentous event for the Cork region. In my view, it will be the most significant maritime event in Ireland in our lifetime. Cork300 is already attracting significant international interest and will firmly position Cork as a maritime haven and must visit destination for anyone involved in sailing worldwide. The committee have put a huge amount of work into planning what looks like an amazing schedule of events across Cork harbour in summer 2020, and I would encourage everyone to get involved – be part of the crew.”

Colin Hunt, Chief Executive Officer at AIB, the premier partners for Cork300, said, “AIB is delighted to be sponsoring Cork300 and helping bring what will be a momentous event to the city next summer. As a bank, we have deep roots in Cork and have been part of the community for well over 100 years which is why we are proud to be backing something which brings communities from all over the globe together in one place.”

The current Cork300 schedule of events includes:

The Great Gathering, 6-7 July
Cruising yachts from across Ireland, Europe and around the world will start gathering in Cork Harbour for the Cork300 Great Gathering. In addition, The Irish Cruising Club will host a cruise from Howth Yacht Club in Dublin down the East coast through Ireland’s Ancient East to Cork. Day trips will be organised at key tourism spots.

Cowes to Cork Race, The Morgan Cup, 8-10th July to include trophy generously donated by HRH The Prince of Wales
Presented by the Royal Thames Yacht Club the Morgan Cup forms part of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Season Points Championship. More than 100 yachts are expected to depart from the Royal Yacht Squadron line off in Cowes in the UK on July 8th to commence a challenging offshore race to Cork. The Trophy donated by HRH The Prince of Wales will be awarded to the Line Honours winner who is expected to arrive in Crosshaven on 10th July. Hosted by the Royal Ocean Racing Club, the Royal Yacht Squadron and the Royal Cork Yacht Club, the Morgan Cup trophy will be awarded to the winning crew on handicap under IRC Rating.

Kingstown/Queenstown Race, 9-10th July
The historic Dublin to Queenstown Cork race will take place from Kingstown (Dun Laoighaire) to Queenstown (Cobh), with boats arriving to the finish line at the Sirius Centre in Cobh (a former club house of the Royal Cork Yacht Club) on the evening of Friday July 10th. The Kingstown to Queenstown race was first held in 1860 and was the first ever ocean yacht race to take place in Great Britain.

Classic Yacht Regatta, 9-11th July
During the Classic Yacht Regatta, Classic yachts will race within Cork harbour, with large yachts racing outside the harbour, which will be a fantastic sight for all to see from viewing points on Camden Fort Meagher and Crosshaven.

International Powerboat Festival, 11-12th July
Three very different powerboat events, organised by Powerboat Ireland, will take place in Ireland for the first time ever on 11th July as part of Cork300. Spectators will have the opportunity to see classic boats from the past mix with solar and alternative energy boats of the future. Alongside these boats will be a modern fleet of endurance offshore racing boats who will compete for the honour of being crowned UIM Offshore Marathon World Champion. In addition, the UIM Long Distance World Record “Cork – Fastnet – Cork” awaits any team that wishes to take on the challenge.

Royal Cork Fleet Review/ Parade of Sail, 12th July 11am
Royal Cork Fleet Review and fantastic parade of sail with all types of sea craft will take place in Cobh between the Sirius building in the town centre and Haulbowline, which were both former club houses of Royal Cork Yacht Club.

Wild Atlantic Way Cruise, July 12th – 19th
Following the Royal Cork Fleet Review, up to 100 cruising boats will set sail on a multi-stop ‘cruise in company’ tour around the south west coast of Ireland, with ports of call in Kinsale, Glandore, Baltimore, Schull, Bantry Bay and finally Dingle. Events will be scheduled along the way in conjunction with other yacht/sailing clubs.

Volvo Cork Week, 13-18th July
The biennial Volvo Cork Week Regatta is always a highlight on the sailing and Cork social calendar. 2020 will incorporate events including the Beaufort Cup for military and emergency services crews and the 1720 European Championships. The world-famous regatta will also include nightly crew parties, ticketed public party nights with live musical entertainment, and a Ladies’ Day charity lunch event.

Glandore Classic Regatta, 18-24th July
The established Glandore Classic Regatta was postponed in 2019 in order to coincide with Cork300 in 2020. This year’s event is set to be the largest yet as outstanding classic boats from around the world flock to the famous West Cork coast.

The Three Championship Weeks, 2nd-22nd August
Three Championship Weeks will take place at Royal Cork Yacht Club for sailors from across Ireland and around the world.
Week 1 from August 2nd – 7th will host a number of dinghy class championships lead by the Clubs three-person National 18ft Class, a fleet with legendary stamina both on and off the water, including the National 18s – Cock of the North Trophy.
Weeks 2 and 3 will host the Irish Optimist National Championships for kids aged 9 – 15 and the Laser National Championships for adults and kids.
Throughout these weeks, the village of Crosshaven will host a wide range of on-site social activities and entertainment for all participants and their families.

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Irish Independent Park Concerts 2020

Cork’s Irish Independent Park will host a series of massive gigs with Lewis Capaldi & Picture This already confirmed.

The worldwide phenomenon of music festivals is just as vibrant in Ireland as anywhere, so expect lots of exciting events to populate your calendar for 2020. The Carrigaline Court Hotel is just a 15 minute drive from Irish Independent Park, and offers an ideal accommodation option for those attending any of the following concerts.

Book your accommodation with the Carrigaline Court Hotel today!

Current 2020 Lineup (Stay tuned for updates!)

18th June 2020
Lewis Capaldi 
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19th June
Gerry Cinnamon
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20th June
David Gray
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23rd June
The Script 
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26th June 2020
Picture This
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27th June 2020
Dermot Kennedy 
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30th June 2020
The Chemical Brothers 
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Foster and Allen – Carrigaline Court Hotel

FOSTER & ALLEN are bringing their Timeless Memories Tour the Carrigaline Court Hotel.

In 2019, Foster & Allen undertake a 70+ date touring commitment in Ireland, Scotland, Australia, Canada, Northern Ireland & UK.

Foster & Allen’s Tour is supported by a special edition newFoster & Allen
release Timeless Memories which features 182 tracks from
10 of their most popular and favourite albums, many of which
have not been reissued in Ireland for a number of years;
Maggie, After All These Years, Reminiscing, Reflections,
Remember You’re Mine, Souvenirs, Memories, Heart Strings, By Request, Songs We Love To Sing.

Enjoy 1 night accommodation with Full Irish Breakfast, Evening Meal and Concert Ticket.
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• Thursday 16 January 2020
• €30 per ticket
• No Refunds
• Doors open at 7pm

For bookings please phone 021 485 2100 or email (please reference Foster & Allen) to book your place for this unmissable night!

Celtic Tenors – Carrigaline Court Hotel

The Celtic Tenors presented by The Carrigaline Singers in association with The Carrigaline & District Lions Club.

Carrigaline Court Hotel, Saturday 9th November.

Doors open: 7.15pm
Show starts: 8:00pmThe Celtic Tenors

Tickets €30 available from the following outlets; Carrigaline Court Hotel, Walsh’s Pharmacy, Carrigaline Shopping Centre, Choir members and online >

Enjoy 1 night accommodation with Full Irish Breakfast, Evening Meal and Concert Ticket
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For bookings please phone 021 485 2100 or email (please reference the Celtic Tenors) to book your place for this unmissable night!

Pyjama Party

Pyjama Party at the Carrigaline Court Hotel (Discontinued)

Unfortunately, The Pyjama party at the Carrigaline Court hotel has been discontinued.

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Pyjama Party Carrigaline Court Hotel

Let us treat you to a girlie Pyjama Party for yourself & 2 friends. Grab your fuzziest Pj’s girls & join us for the Best Slumber Party you’ve ever had!

Bottle of Prosecco and Platter of Cholocate Dipped Strawberries

2 bottles of House Wine

Movie night with popcorn & sweet treats

Platter of Fingerfood – served in your bedroom or the bar

Full Irish Breakfast the following morning either served in our bistro or delivered to your bedroom.

For all weddings booked for 2019/2020


Contact Sinead Gillen to arrange your hotel viewing

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Wedding Event 2019

Wedding Event

We will be hosting our Wedding Open Evening on September 19th, from 6pm/8pm.

With complimentary admission, our expert wedding team will be on hand to help you plan your perfect day. Whether you are planning a large reception or a more intimate one, we can make your dream day come true. Come view our newly renovated hotel and explore our elegant venue. Our wedding ballroom and private function room will be fully decorated, to give you a real sense of what our wedding venue can do for you.

About this Event

  • Meet with our Wedding Co Ordinator Sinead and our Wedding Team
  • Speak with our Head Chef Peter for ideas on your wedding menu
  • View our ballroom and function room for wedding décor ideas
  • Speak with some of our favourite wedding suppliers


Click here to pre-register on our eventbrite page to receive a free goodie bag, rosé wine and the chance to win an Italian Mini – Moon! 

The Carrigaline Court Hotel Wedding Fair will be ready for you on September 19th!

The Carrigaline Court Hotel is proud to have been named as a finalist for the Munster Wedding Awards – Munster Venue of the year, and Wedding Coordinator of the year categories.

*Free goodie bags subject to availability and available on a first come first serve basis