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Fri­day 13


Doolin Folk Fes­ti­val Open­ing night has an imag­i­na­tive line-up: So­las, The Friel Sis­ters, Cil­lian King, Chris Droney, Lu­miere, Liam Ó Floinn and Paddy Glackin and Sea­mus Be­g­ley and Jim Mur­ray. Ho­tel Doolin Mar­quee 4pm 135 doolin­folk­fes­ti­ Also Sat/Sun


Coda Coda 7-piece all-male a-capella group from Mayo launch their de­but al­bum, Mouth Mu­sic. DC Mu­sic Club, Cam­den Row 9pm 115/113 mu­si­

The Old Dance School Con­tem­po­rary folk with soar­ing brass crescen­dos and ir­re­sistible grooves. Sea­mus Ennis Cen­tre, The Naul 8.30pm 113 01-8020898

Satur­day 14


Doolin Folk Fes­ti­val In­clud­ing Mick O’Brien and Caoimhín Ó Raghal­laigh, The While­aways, Máirtín O’Con­nor, Kíla and many more. Ho­tel Doolin Mar­quee 4pm 135 doolin­folk­fes­ti­ Also Sun CORK

Matt Cran­itch and Jackie Daly Sli­abh Luachra’s em­i­nent fid­dle and ac­cor­dion duo are guests of the Fast­net Mar­itime and Folk Fes­ti­val. Rosie’s, Bal­ly­de­hob 4pm Adm free https://sites.­fast­net mar­itime and­folk fest

Sun­day 15


Doolin Folk Fes­ti­val Fea­tur­ing

Siob­hán Peo­ples, New Road, The Un­wanted, Mike McGoldrick, Dezi Don­nelly and Jim Mur­ray and many more. Ho­tel Doolin Mar­quee 4pm 135 doolin­folk fes­ti­


Anna Falke­nau Fid­dler cel­e­brates her new CD ( Féileachán na Saoirse) and opens this year’s Galway Ses­sions in one fell swoop. Crane Bar 6pm Adm free gal­way­ses­ LEITRIM

The Corn Potato String Band Ap­palachian folk multi-in­stru­men­tal­ists. With a square dancing work­shop at 4pm. Glens Cen­tre, Manorhamil­ton 8.30pm 115/112/15 071-9855833

Mon­day 16


Michael McCague Launch­ing his al­bum The Way­laid Man, with Brian McGrath on banjo & Donal McCague on fid­dle. Crane Bar 9pm Adm free gal­way­ses­sions. com

Tues­day 17


So­las Sea­mus Egan, mul­ti­in­stru­men­tal­ist, com­poser and all-round helms­man, brings his fine Ir­ish-Amer­i­can band on an Ir­ish tour. Whelan’s 8pm 117.50 1890-200078 Also Wed, Sligo; Thurs, Galway


Kate Pur­cell Pur­cell in­ter­prets the songs of 19th-century singer and cir­cus per­former Johnny Pat­ter­son. King’s Head 3pm Adm free gal­way­ses­ The Ram­bling Boys of Plea­sure Ex­plor­ing the in­flu­ence of Celtic mu­sic in cul­tures around the globe. Mon­roe’s Live 8.15pm 115/112.50 gal­way­ses­

Johnny Johnny Óg Óg Con­nolly Con­nolly and and

Char­lie Char­lie Len­non Len­non Meet­ing of two supreme lo­cal mu­si­cians, with melodeon and ac­cor­dion player, Con­nolly col­lab­o­rat­ing with pro­lific com­poser Len­non. Crane 9pm 110 gal­way­ses­

Wed­nes­day 18


Kevin Burke Leg­endary fid­dler and vet­eran of The Bothy Band is a guest of this year’s Open House Fes­ti­val. Sun­flower Bar 8pm £15/£12.50 open­house­fes­ti­

DUBLIN Liam O’Con­nor and Sean

McKeon Fine fid­dle and pip­ing duo are this week’s guests, with fear an tí Des Ger­aghty. Clé Club, Lib­erty Hall Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts 8pm 15 087-7973186


So­las See Tues­day, Dublin. Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo 7.30pm 120 071-9161518 Also Thurs, Galway

Thurs­day 19


The Friel Sis­ters Three Glaswe­gians with Done­gal ties are guests of Open House Fes­ti­val. Sun­flower Bar 8pm £12.50/£10 open­house­fes­ti­


So­las See Tues­day, Dublin. With spe­cial guests I Draw Slow. Mon­roe’s Live 8.15pm 115/ 112.50 gal­way­ses­

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