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KERRY COMBINES WITH CALEDONIA ON MUSIC NETWORK TOUR
www.musicnetwork.ie
September will see another exciting tour from the Music Network series. The fusion of, essentially, three distinct traditions and three truly innovative and inspiring artists. West Kerry’s Séamus Begley will team up with Scotland’s Catriona McKay and Shetland’s Chris Stout.
September
16
Laois, Methodist Church
17 Letterkenny, An Grianán
18 Newbridge, Riverbank Arts Centre
19 Drogheda, Droichead Arts Centre
20 Baile Mhuirne, Ionad Cultúrtha
21 Waterford, Garter Lane Arts Centre
23 Dublin, Sugar Club
24 Listowel, St. John’s Theatre & Arts Centre
25 Cork, Triskel Arts Centre

WE BANJO 3
www.webanjo3.com
July
24
Earagail Arts Festival,
Co. Donegal

CHRISTY MOORE
www.christymoore.com

September
19 Christy Moore, Armagh City Hotel, Armagh
20 Christy Moore, Newcastle, Slieve Donard Resort
24 Christy Moore, Newry, Canal Court Hotel

JOHN McSHERRY and THE OLLLAM
www.johnmcsherry.com
July
18 – 20
The Soma Weekend, Castlewellan
22 Whelan’s, Dublin
23 De Barra’s, Clonakilty
24 The Lobby, Cork
25 Dolan’s, Limerick
26 Listowel
27 McCarthy’s, Dingle
29 The Grange, Sligo
31 Sandino’s, Derry
August
2 An Culturlann, Belfast
3 An Culturlann, Belfast
4 Roisin Dubh, Galway
7 Lorient Interceltic Festival, France

BEOGA
www.beogamusic.com

August
7 UCH, Limerick
8 Wexford, Opera House
9 The Helix Theatre, Dublin

GOITSE
www.goitse.ie
August
10
Feakle Festival, Co. Clare

ALTAN
www.altan.com
July
19
Dublin, National Concert Hall

LUMIERE
www.lumieremusic.net
August
8
Feakle Festival, Co. Clare

THE FUREYS
www.fureys.com
August
3
Hotel Kilmore, Cavan
12 Glasshouse Hotel, Sligo

DECLAN O’ROURKE
www.declanorourke.com
July
27
Draíocht Theatre, Blanchardstown
19 The Killary Sessions, Leenane
August
2
Aras Eanna, Inisheer
8 The Old Oratory, Cahersiveen

SEAMUS ENNIS CENTRE
www.seamusenniscentre.com
August
2
The Hot Seats
3 Summer Sunday Session
21 Four Men And A Dog
23 Vasen

TRAD TRATHNONA ON TUESDAYS
www.tlugh.com
The Dunlewy Donegal Cente, Ionad Cois Locha presents traditional music each Tuesday in July and August.
July

16 Zoe Conway/John McIntyre
23 Tale of the Gael
30 Ciaran Tourish, Cathal Hayden & Arty McGlynn
August
6
Lúnasa, Johnny Connolly, Brian McGrath, Aine Ni Dhroighneann
13 Lúnasa, Mary Ann Kennedy, Gerry O’ Connor
20 Lúnasa, Donal Lunny, Paddy Glackin
27 Lúnasa & Lumiere

CCÉ FLEADHS
July
14 – 20
Munster Fleadh Cheoil, Killarney, Co. Kerry
20 – 27 Ulster Fleadh takes place in Dromore, Co. Tyrone
August
10 – 15
Scoil Éigse 2014 takes place in Sligo
Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2014
11 – 17 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2014, Sligo

CD LAUNCHES
The Music and Life of John McKenna: ‘The Buck from the Mountain’
Sunday July 6th, 2014

St Josephs Secondary School, Spanish Point, Co Clare as part of the Willie Clancy Summer School Doors open 3pm. Launch commences 4.30pm. The project will be launched by Conal O’ Gráda
Wednesday July 23rd, 2014 @ 8.30pm, Ramada Hotel, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim as part of the Joe Mooney Summer School. Launched on the night by Harry Bradley.
Saturday August 16th, 2014 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, Sligo Town Time and venue to be confirmed.

PAUL BRADY
www.paulbrady.com
August
1
Swinford, County Mayo, Siamsa Seipeil at Swinford Church
2 Carlingford, County Louth, The Big Top at Carlingford Marina
3 Ballyshannon Folk Festival, Co. Donegal
9 National Concert Hall, ‘Summer Season’ concert

CRAN
www.cranmusic.com
July
11
The Forge, Moycullen,
Co. Galway

SECOND YEAR FOR SOMA
www.somafestival.com
July 18th–20th, 2014
This a is a mainly free event, thanks to Heritage Lottery Funding and takes in a variety of events over the weekend.
The festival is held in Castlewellan, Co. Down.

The Soma Festival presents a line–up of Irish and international folk musicians, story–tellers and family events. Musical headliners are Cara Dillon and the Olllam. This festival is inspired by the heritage of Castlewellan and includes an exhibitions, walks, talks, family events, céilí, master– classes and great music!

LADIES NIGHT AT EARAGAIL ARTS FESTIVAL
www.eaf.ie

Established in 1989, the bilingual (Irish and English language) multidisciplinary Earagail Arts Festival produces an annual programme of arts events, ranging from theatre, music, visual arts, comedy, workshops and more. Sharon Shannon, Frances Black & Mary Coughlan plus The Henry Girls will perform on Sunday July 13th at the An Grianán Theatre, Port Road, Letterkenny.