Things to do in Galway
Galway has a wide range of events every month. Browse our March Events guide below and see our Galway hotel offers during your preferred event in Galway.
Lunchtime Classical Music7th Mar 2017Indulge your interest in classical music with this free event with the Contempo Quartet in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Market St on the first Tuesday of every month - 1.10pm.
Connacht Rugby v Zebre3rd Mar 2017the g Hotel & Spa is just 3 mins walk from the Connacht Rugby Sportsground - Guinness Pro12 - Kick-off time TBC.
Gaelforce Mountain Run4th Mar 201722km route for experienced mountain runners and a shorter 12km event for new mountain runners. Route through the northern Maamturk mountains in the wilds of Connemara.
Kinvara Rock & Road 4th Mar 2017Half Marathon & 10k event - Up to 2000 runners will follow the route through some of the most beautiful areas of the famous Burren landscape.
Engineers Week4th - 10th Mar 2017Provides an opportunity for members of the public of all ages to meet practicing engineers and IT specialists who are creatively using imagination and creativity to envisage the future.
Múscailt Arts Festival at NUI Galway 5th - 8th Mar 2017Students, staff, alumni and the public are invited to enjoy a week of art, music and performance. There is something for everyone from music & theatre to photography & art.
Seachtain na Gaeilge 1st - 17th Mar 2017A celebration of the Irish language, culture and heritage. Showcases the Irish language community and inspires further generations to immerse themselves in our native tongue.
Éigse an SpidéilMar 2017Éigse an Spidéil is an annual festival of traditional music, dance, sean-nós singing, art, and poetry which takes place in Spiddal, Co. Galway - 35 mins from the g Hotel & Spa.
Aran Celtic Music Festival10th - 12th Mar 2017Showcases the best of Celtic music, song, dance and heritage and brings together prominent musicians and artists for a unique occasion in the beautiful setting of the Aran Islands.
ISDA FestivalMarch 2017The ISDA Festival is a week-long festival in which all Irish universityl drama societies may display their shows and compete.
Head of the River Rowing Regatta18th Mar 2017Fours & double sculls start at 10.30am - single sculls & pairs at 1.30pm - eights & quad sculls at 4pm. Best viewing points are Dangan slip or on or near the Quincentennial Bridge.
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