Bring home to Killaloe, County Clare the O'Brien and Dalcasian Clan Gathering for 2014  
with over 700,000 O'Brien's in the United States alone that have traced their roots to Brian Ború
from Killaloe, County Clare.
The O'Brien name is very prominent throughout the world, which only gives Brian Ború more
credence to his legacy.  This reunion of those bearing the O'Brien name will not only find the
roots of their ancestors, but will connect with the people in the area of their birth, and will have a
memory of Ireland as the birthplace of their ancestors for a lifetime.
We are also including the Dal Cais Tribes of Quinn, McNamara, and O'Dea and many others..
To see what the O'Brien's have organised for 2014 follow this link:
Brian Boru's Harp
We will continue to update this page for a list of events that will happen for the 2014
celebrations, so please be sure to check back here or visit our social media pages on
Facebook and Twitter.
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Events in Killaloe/Ballina to include:

  • New Year's Eve Events in Killaloe/Ballina: 31 December, 2013 -  1 January, 2014
  • The Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Killaloe/Ballina: 15-17 March, 2014
  • Kincora Traditional Weekend: 4-6 April. 2014
  • Millennium Commemorations of Brian Ború & the Battle of Clontarf  
          April 11, 2014 – April 13, 2014
  • Killaloe Music Festival: 14-15 April, 2014
  • Easter Weekend "Welcome to the Vikings":  15-20 April, 2014
  • April 23rd commemoration of the death of High King Brian Ború
  • Killaloe Pink Ribbon Walk: 4 June, 2014
  • The Summer Annual Féile Brian Ború, Thursday-Sunday, 3-6 July, 2014
  • October 2014 (10/14) Celebrations
  • Conclusive New Year's Eve Celebrations: 31 December, 2014 - 1 January, 2015
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The Grand Ballroom of Clontarf Castle in Dublin has been reserved for the O’Brien Clan on
Friday, April 25 2014 for a reception and banquet commemorating the
millennium of the Battle of Clontarf, and death of High King Brian Ború.
Read more here:  
O'Brien Clan Banquet
Four denominations and seven congregations in Clontarf will come together to commemorate
the Battle of Clontarf a thousand years to the day. The service will take place in St John the
Baptist church on Seafield Road whose parish origins can be traced back to before the time of
the battle.
Date: Wednesday, 23rd April @ 12:00   Ireland's President Michael D. Higgins to attend
Cashel events will take place over the weekend Thursday-Sunday, 24-27 April 2014.
The events include:
  • Concerts on Thursday (Titanic Concert), Friday (Country Music) and Saturday (Highlight)
  • An Academic Conference is to be held on Friday and Saturday
  • A Community Pageant and "Coronation" of Brian Ború on Sunday

To view all events is Cashel:  
Cashel Events 2014
Clontarf 2014 events which take place throughout 2014 can be found here:
Clontarf Events for 2014
We claim all copyrights to our ideas, photos, and content through 2014.
Brian Boru 2014
It is in the Ecclesiastical capital of Armagh that Brian Ború was laid to rest, as he wished, and
his tomb is located in the Church of Ireland Cathedral. To commemorate the millennium
anniversary a series of events, to suit all ages, will take place across Armagh City from Tuesday
22nd April to Sunday 4th May.

Highlights of the event include:

  • Tuesday 22nd April: The Bóroimhe Suite
  • Wednesday 23rd April: The Arrival of Brian Ború
  • Thursday 24th April: Viking Longboats
  • Sunday 27th April: Ecumenical Service of Commemoration
  • Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd May: The Waking of Brian Ború
  • Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th May: Viking Tented Village

For more information:  
Armagh Events 2014