They will commence this Sunday (February 12) at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Wakefield, for the North/Scotland regions, and continue on Monday (February 13) at Towcester RFC for the Midlands region.
They will recommence at Dorking RFC for London and the South-East on Wednesday, February 15 and the final session will be at Nailsea & Backwell RFC, on Sunday, February 26, for the South-West/Wales regions.
The Exiles system has been key in identifying Irish-qualified players and channeling them through the age grades.
In recent seasons Rhys Ruddock captained the Ireland Under-20s, won a Test cap for Ireland in New Zealand and is on a full-time contract with Leinster.
Last Friday another young exile Kieran Marmion lined out for the Ireland U-20s as they faced Wales at Dubarry Park.
Kieran had already played for Ireland at Under-18 and Under-19 level and is now a member of the Connacht Academy set-up. He came into the Ireland U-20s last season and played at the IRB Junior World Championship last June.
The Festival Days are a key part in identifying future players, giving them advice and guiding them on a career in professional rugby.