MEET THE ROSES OF TRALEE during their stay in Kildare

MEET THE ROSES OF TRALEE during their stay in Kildare

Open Invitation to MEET THE ROSES OF TRALEE during their stay in Kildare - August 13th and August 14th

Where & When to Meet The Roses:

The Offices of Kildare County Council, Naas, Co. Kildare  - 3pm,  Sunday Aug 13th
Lullymore Heritage Centre - Sunday August 13th
The Glenroyal Hotel Rose Gala Dinner - Monday, August 14th
The K Club - Monday August 14th
The Kildare Village - Monday August 14th
The Irish National Stud - Monday August 14th

The Countdown to the visit of the 2017 Rose of Tralee Finalists continues as preparations are underway across Kildare`s greater Tourism sector for the visit of the

2017 Roses of Tralee International Festival on August 13th and 14th. 

As Hospitality Partner, the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth will be the home to all 64 Rose Finalists for two nights on 13th and 14th August, whilst in association with Kildare County Council a "behind the scenes" tour of key Kildare flagship locations will be facilitated at Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park, The K Club, the Kildare Village and the Irish National Stud & Gardens.

Notably the general public are invited to "Meet the Roses" during their stay in the County at all of the associated partner locations.

The Kildare Tourism Rose of Tralee Showcase will commence with a
Welcome Reception at the headquarters of Kildare County Council, Naas at 3pm on Sunday 13th August - all are welcome to attend same. 

This will be the first gathering and reveal of all 64 Roses in advance of the Festival.

In addition, the Hospitality Partner - the Glenroyal Hotel will be hosting an Official Rose Gala Dinner on Monday 14th August, where all Roses will be present. Tickets are available to purchase directly from the hotel reception at €40.00 per person, (or a table of 8 guests for €320.00).

Over the course of their stay, the public are invited to MEET THE ROSES ahead of their journey to Tralee as they visit Lullymore Heritage Centre, the K Club, Kildare Village, and the Irish National Stud & Gardens.

Mr. Peter Carey, CEO, Kildare County Council stated "Kildare County Council, in partnership with our Tourism attractions, will welcome all the 2017 Roses, that will compete for the title of Rose of Tralee later in the month, to experience a short break in Kildare. This is a wonderful opportunity to promote Kildare as a county to visit and spend some time exploring and enjoying wealth of experiences. We wish the Rose contestants from near and far, as well as their families, a wonderful stay in Kildare, and we hope that they will gather wonderful memories to share with friends and relations"

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