Kite Displays

Impressions of kite displays in Dublin and Tramore with perfect winds and blue skies. The proper term for large kites without spars is inflatables.

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Dublin Kite Fest, Bull Island, Clontarf, Dublin, Sunday 18th June 2017

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Promenade Festival, Tramore, 1st & 2nd July 2017

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Contact us, if you want to book a kite display at your event?

Flights of Imagination

Imagine Kite Event 2016

Take to the sky and fly with us at this years Imagine Arts Festival!
Building on the success of last years FLY A KITE spectacular, this wonderful family event is planned to be bigger & better than ever.

Young, local kite flyers will compete for prizes and watch our displays. Expect to see all sorts of kites and a hot air ballon.

Where? WIT Carraiganore Campus, Waterford
When? Sunday 30th October, 2 – 5pm

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More info under: imagineartsfestival.com/events/fly-a-kite/

Imagine Waterford Arts Festival

A most inspiring article about kite flying by .

“HAPPINESS ON A STRING” – Waterford Arts Festival

Flying a kite is surely the ultimate carefree pastime, for young and old, there is nothing more calming, more fun and joyous than watching your kite ebb and flow in the currents of the wind.

Kite flying is a natural inter-generational fun for all ages, a way to celebrate our family time and enjoy time together outdoors in crisp autumnal weather. Kite flying connects us to nature, especially the sky and the wind, it teaches us so much about the mechanics of flight and enables us to fine tune our mindfulness, coordination and problem solving amongst other things. There is a unique joy in seeing something you’ve made or bought flying up in the sky … flying any kite is a celebration of the moment, of life, of our world.

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The Waterford Arts Festival’s IMAGINE Come Fly a Kite day is on Sunday 18th October, 11am to 4pm at WIT sports Campus Carriganore. It is an entirely FREE EVENT. To add both colour and spectacle to the event, some of Ireland’s top kite flyers will be there on the day to display their spectacular kites and perform some dramatic flying displays throughout the day.