Cork Beo chosen as online media partner for Cork Culture Night

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Save the date for Cork's big coming out party on September 17th!

It's been a long time since we could have a good time together - but Cork Culture Night 2021 looks perfectly timed to bring the people out into the streets and back into the venues as pandemic restrictions lift. And right at the heart of it all, with all the news and updates will be Cork Beo, the official online media partner for this year's event.

Brought to you by the Arts Council in partnership with Cork City Council, we are thrilled Cork Beo is among the lineup of media partners for the event with Cork Independent covering print and Cork’s Red FM for radio.

Cork Beo has been all over Culture Night in the city for the past two years since the site has been going so it's brilliant to enhance our involvement through this partnership and bring our readers lots of great content that we know they will enjoy and support. 

This year’s theme is ‘Come Together Again’, representing a moment many of us have looked forward to for a long time and Cork City Culture Night provides an opportunity for those directly involved in the arts to showcase exactly why this sector is so vitally important and so intrinsically linked with our culture - which Cork Beo, as a media brand for the city and county, is very much in support of.

While certain events are to be enjoyed virtually, much of the 2021 programme can be accessed in person, safely in line with new guidelines as they come on stream – which will be welcome news to those craving that tangible cultural experience. Discover what all's happening on the night on

Speaking as Cork City Culture Night was officially launched, Lord Mayor Councillor Colm Kelleher commented:

“It is my privilege to be launching the Cork City Culture Night programme of events for 2021. Culture Night is always a favourite evening for people all across the city, myself included. Last year, venues across the city went above and beyond to ensure that the people of Cork would still be able to enjoy Culture Night, albeit in a different way to previous years.

"And in 2021 they have done this yet again, adjusting to changing guidelines to ensure this year’s programme has another fantastic variety of in-person, outdoor and online events for all to enjoy safely.

"From visual arts to music, film and literature, there truly is something for everyone - and I am encouraging the people of Cork to ‘come together again’ and enjoy these free events for Cork City Culture Night 2021.”