Knock Summer Youth Festival

It will be full of youth friendly talks dealing with real issues, workshops, prayer, dramas, a concert and loads of time to meet new people and chill out.  The weekend includes speakers such as Ronan Johnston, Fr. Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, Br. Martin De Porres and many more.
There will also be loads of entertainment, Elation will be playing lots of lively music throughout the weekend, Donking dance a freestyling dance group will be preforming and there will be plenty of dramas and fun over the weekend.

Who Goes:
Hundreds of people from all over Ireland and further a field gather to explore, celebrate and accelerate their faith.

 

Registration & Festival Kick Off
Registration is at 6:00pm and the festival kicks off at 8:30, the festival will finish on Sunday the 27th between 2 and 3:00pm.  You can attend one or two days f the festival but we really encourage you to try and stay for the whole weekend to really get the maximum impact of the festival!  If you need the free bus from your dioscese, its essential that you get in touch with your contact person see info/Transport for more details on who your contact person is.


What is it about?

This festival is an opportunity to step away from the busyness of life and listen to your needs and desires, to experience the reality of Gods love and power in that place.
The atmosphere at the Shrine is amazing with groups of young people buzzing about! Their joy is contagious! During the quieter times of prayer and reflection the atmosphere of peace and calm is so inviting. The weekend consists of talks by youth friendly speakers, fantastic music, workshops dealing with real youth issues, a concert, times of prayer and reflection, celebration and discovery of the sacraments, a healing service and plenty of time for socialising.

Age:
18-35 years strictly

Cost?
Weekend cost €55 (this includes all your food, accommodation and a free bus from your diocese

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