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Traders sought to spice up Galway Arts Festival

Galway International Arts Festival is returning this July and visitors are going to need some good local grub to fill their stomach.

Applications are now being accepted for by the Arts Festival for people who want to trade their food and drink at the Festival Garden.

The Festival Garden made its debut at the 2018 GIAF and proved a massive hit with visitors, drawing 145,000 visitors to Eyre Square for some Al fresco dining between experiences.

This year GIAF has said that it is once again looking to feature “a wide range of high-quality food, beverages and other products in aesthetically pleasing marquees with a focus on sustainability.”

People interested in applying can read more information on the guidelines and application procedures here, and completed applications can be submitted to Aisling O’Sullivan at traders@giaf.ie.

The deadline for applications to trade at the Festival Garden and Heineken Big Top is Tuesday, June 4, and successful applicants will be notified within a week of this closing date.

Galway International Arts Festival is returning to put on a two week spectacle of music, theatre, street art and more from July 15 – 28.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com

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