4,000 teenagers will rock out at Ireland's largest drug and alcohol free music festival

foroigeadmin May 12, 2015

Thousands of teenagers from across Ireland will travel to Longford tomorrow (Saturday) to rock out at Ireland’s largest drug and alcohol free music festival for teenagers. 

The Foróige HYPE Youth Fest gets underway on the grounds of St. Mel’s College in Longford town at 4pm on Saturday and will run until the early hours of Sunday morning.

Visually, there will be lots happening - as well as live bands, attractions include an inflatable theme park, water waltzers, a giant disco tent and much more.

Now in its fourth year, the hugely popular festival proves that teenagers do not need drugs or alcohol to have a good time.

Hype Youth Fest 2015 has been organised by volunteers with the Foróige Attic Youth Café in Longford.

Money raised through ticket sales is going towards the development of a dedicated youth facility for the young people of Longford. Tickets, priced €30, are exclusive to Foróige members. For more information, visit;  www.hypefestival.ie.

WHO: Foróige, Ireland's leading youth organisation, engaged with 54,000 young people.
WHAT: Foróige HYPE Festival. 
WHERE: St. Mel’s College, Longford town.
WHEN: Saturday, 16th May from 4pm to late.


Foróige is the leading youth organisation in Ireland. The charity works with more than 54,000 young people and 5,500 adult volunteers annually, through a network of more than 600 youth clubs & cafés, 150 targeted projects and national programmes such as Citizenship, Entrepreneurship and Leadership.