New High Octane Video of Wexford Released

Visit Wexford and Wexford based production company Highwind Films have launched a brand new 90 second video capturing the essence of Wexford to promote tourism in the Autumn and Winter season.

The video was released online via YouTube on Tuesday, November 29 and in just 24 hours reached over 2,000 unique views.

Filmed in county Wexford the video features Horse riding scenes at Curracloe Beach, scenic vistas at Hook Lighthouse, dining at The Lobster Pot Bar and Restaurant, family fun at Enniscorthy Castle, live music sessions at The Sky and the Ground, socialising at Wexford Opera House, relaxation at Monart Destination Spa, fishing at New Ross Boat Club and visitors enjoying Wexford Winter Wonderland.

The members from Racing 795 are featured biking in Bunclody and Hooked Kite-Surfing put on an adrenaline pumped display at Duncannon beach along with performers from Bui Bolg entertaining the crowds at the Wexford Festival Opera opening also featuring.

According to Ted Moran of Highwind Films “The video is a fantastic depiction of everything we have to offer in Wexford, it was all filmed in the Autumn and Winter period and the vibrancy and number of activities featured are all perfect seasonal sports and attractions. As a new Wexford company we were delighted to showcase our county in the best possible way and we feel this video really captures the vibrancy of Wexford.

The video features the track ‘To my bones’ a brilliant high energy song by Wexford singer / Songwriter Wallis Bird who also very kindly supported the project fully. “We really couldn’t have produced this without every single one of the 40 actors and 10 crew, all locals and each one only too happy to give their time and be part of promoting our town and county.”

To view and share the fantastic capture of beautiful scenes from all across Wexford see


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