Friday 20th March 2020
|6pm||The Barn||Beers & Bites sponsored by O'Hara's Irish Beer.|
|7.30pm||The Barn||Movie Premieres & Q & A in association with Red Bull|
|Featuring Naxto Gonzales, Andrew Cotton, Conor Maguire & Justine Dupont|
King Kong Company.
|11pm- Late||The Barn||Homebeat Djs.|
Saturday 21st March 2020
|10am -1pm||Hotel Lobby||Wim Hof Method Workshop: Discounted price for weekend ticket holders €49pp, €99 for non-ticket holders.|
|Discounted price for weekend ticket holders- €49pp and €99 for non-ticket holders|
|11am- 2pm||Hotel Lobby||Dust off the cobwebs!|
Dust off the cobwebs, pick one of the following activities. Included in your weekend ticket:
Foraging Walk- Oonagh O'Dwyer of the Wild Kitchen.
Cliff Walk- Pat Sweeney if Doolin Cliff Walks.
Bouldering- Brian Bateson & Ben's surf Clinic.
Yoga- Tricia O'Donnellof Doolin Yoga.
|Wetsuit recycle and repair stand|
|There is no charge for the stall but open to weekend ticket holders.Limited spaces available.|
|3pm-5pm||The Barn||Movie Premiere|
|Brilliant Corners Mauritania and Q & A with Sam Bleakley & Easkey Britton|
|5pm - 7pm||Patio||Irish (freeze your bollocks off) BBQ in the courtyard with Guest Chefs.|
|7pm- 9pm||The Barn||Competition Screenings|
Competition Screenings with €6000 in prizes sponsored by Red Bull
MC'd by Liam Grant- Shorts, Tonn Mór & Wave of the Winter Awards.
|12 - Late||Fitz's Bar||DJ Paddy Dolan|
Sunday 22nd March 2020
Jump off Doolin Pier
|Jump off the pier to get rid of the hangover, no wetsuits allowed, led by Michelle Moroney, Wim Hof Instructor and Cliffs of Moher Retreat|
|11.30am - 1pm||Doolin Pier||Beach Clean up at Doolin Pier in association with Clean Coasts|
|12-2pm||The Barn||Brunch & Ocean Water Quality Panel Discussion|
Hotel Doolin will host a panel discussion in association with Clean Coasts Ireland discussing the impact poor seawater quality is having on our health and the benefits of water quality supervision. This panel discussion is open to the public fee of charge.
Water quality is a huge issue for surfer's around the globe. Although typically associated with developing countries such as Mexico or Indonesia, here too in Ireland, surfers endure serious pollution. As well as threatening marine ecosystems, poor water quality can have serious detrimental impacts on water-users' health. As surfers tend to access the coastline outside of typical bathing areas they do not always benefit from water quality certifications such as the Blue Flag.
This panel will discuss what the main pressures are on our coastal waters, what the impacts are on us as individuals and as communities and how best we can mitigate them at a personal and environmental level.
Chaired by Ray Foley, An Taisce, Clean Coasts.
Karen Foley- Environmental Awareness Officer with Clare County Council.
Eoin McCarthy Deering- Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon and surfer.
Dave Flynn- West Coast Surf Club Chair & Engineer
Ollie O'Flaherty- Big Wave Surfer and Water Quality Advocate
Róisín Garvey- Green Party Clare County Councillor
|2pm||The Barn||Movie Premiere- Transition|