Call for events! Cork Harbour Festival, 4-14 June 2021

Call for events! Cork Harbour Festival, 4-14 June 2021
March 30, 2021 Cork Harbour Festival

Dear friends and colleagues,

We normally start programming Cork Harbour Festival in January – however, with the extended winter lockdown we thought it was pragmatic to hold off a while. We hoped to have a better idea of what June might look like at this stage; we are optimistic, but it is still hard to predict.

Nevertheless, we are excited to organise our 7th Cork Harbour Festival this year and invite you to be part of it: Friday 4th June – Monday 14th June 2021.

We really hope that Cork will be at Level 1 or 2 restrictions this June, allowing for smaller physical activities/events. However, it is possible that we will be at a Level 3, 4 or 5 – which would entail a mostly virtual festival with online events, talks, presentations, tours, workshops, video tutorials and similar.
As such, we ask Event Partners to submit both a Plan A and a Plan B. And don’t worry – we can help you to deliver your event online if you are unsure on how to do it.

You can complete the Event Application Form and upload your promotional images here: https://forms.gle/gVEPSsQNymayKvLA8
To help festival programming, please submit your event proposals by Sunday 11th of April (end of Easter holidays).

If you have any questions, need help, inspiration, ideas or advice – we are here for you. Cork Harbour Festival is all about promoting maritime culture and activity in Cork city and harbour: for leisure, health benefits, sport, tourism and community connection.
We’ll do everything we can to support you as best as possible.

We hope you’ll join us this year and look forward to hearing from you.

Warm regards,

Joya Kuin
Festival Manager
Cork Harbour Festival | Ocean to City – An Rás Mór | Meitheal Mara

This year’s Cork Harbour Festival takes place 4 – 14 June 2021, with the Ocean to City – Five Miles From Home on 4-6 June.

Life is very changeable at the moment 🙂
Join us here and we’ll keep you updated on the 2021 programme.