A brand new music festival popping up this Easter Weekend that pretty much offers exactly what it says on the tin: Irish Ballads and Rebel Songs performed in pubs Saturday and Sunday.
Celebrate our national patron, Saint Patrick, with colourful, whimsical costumes and floats, vintage tractors, antique cars, and members of our volunteer emergency services. A delightful day for recognising heritage and love of place.
A feast of traditional Irish music and dance featuring famous musicians and local talent. The wide-ranging programme includes an all star concert, session trails, music/song/dance workshops, a singing session, a céilí, sean-nós dancing workshops, street seisiún competitions and recitals.
Each May Bank Holiday weekend sees over 40 performances that range from big name concerts to small workshops; from lively pub gigs to intimate side shows and a healthy dose of fringe attractions to compliment.
Very popular with the two-steppin’ crowd, this festival features dynamic dance hall concerts, free gigs in bars, and hilarious theatrical fringe performances as well. Great Craic altogether.
This music festival brings folk artists from England and Ireland to Ballydehob each June for a jovial mix of contemporary and traditional music with a maritime twist.