May have heard the rumour that traditional Irish music embodies the spirit of the people of Ireland? Take a seat, listen up and you’ll find out why
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Here we look at 5 trad instruments that musicians from Ireland have been playing for a very long time
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5 reasons you must visit one of the best traditional music festivals on the planet in Dublin.
From traditional song and dance to musical pioneers and diverse venues, see what makes the Irish music scene sound so good.
Introducing Dublin city, where sounds are sweet, venues are buzzing and music is in the blood
Turn up the decibels with passion-fuelled music festivals in a land where music is part of life
Interview with Festival Director and musician Brent Cassidy
Belfast Mela (meaning 'meet') returns in August 2017 to Botanic Gardens with a high energy, ...
A weeklong festival in Portstewart with lots of free entertainment for all ages.
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin is an award-winning Irish language, arts and cultural centre in Derry City.
Rhythm of the Bann is an exciting new event taking place in the historic Market Yard, Coleraine.
2017 is the 27th anniversary of Heart of the Glens Festival
Foyle O-bon 2017 is an exciting new festival which celebrates Japanese Arts and Culture.
Why not entertain your visitors/guests to an informal ceili evening of music, song or dance? The ...
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