Waterford City is set to host the second annual International Festival of Time which showcases some of the world's premier watchmakers from September 22 to 24th 2023.
The masters of the timepiece and watchmaking world will fly in to show off their skills, timepieces, and knowledge. They will offer the public a rare opportunity to come face to face with many of the finest independent watch and clockmakers of our time at a ‘Meet the Maker’ occasion and a chance to view their masterpiece creations in person.
Over 16 watchmakers are confirmed for the festival: Paul Gerber, Andreas Strehler, Marc Jenni, Patrik Sjögren (GoS), Rune Bakkendorff, Zeitwinkel, Sidereus, and Schofield. In addition to these, making their debut appearances for the very first time on Irish soil will be Kari Voutilainen, Cyril Brivet-Naudot, Luc Monnet, Simon Brette, Kudoke, Garrick and Lundis Bleus plus Irish watchmaker to the stars John McGonigle.
Waterford’s International Festival of Time 2023 takes place in the Viking Triangle at Waterford Treasures in Waterford City, Ireland, between the 22nd and 24th of September, and is open to the public between 10 am - 5 pm Friday and Saturday, 11 am - 4 pm Sunday.
Admission to the festival is available from Waterford Treasures tickets are €15 per adult with free admission on offer to current friends of Waterford Treasures Museums. The Festival Lecture on Saturday 23rd September takes place at 1 pm, admission is free but places must be pre-booked by emailing [email protected].
‘The Music of Time – a Talk with Fun Experiments’ takes place on Saturday 23rd September at 3 pm. Admission is free but places must be pre-booked by emailing [email protected].
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