Ballincollig Winter Music Festival
One of Cork’s premier music events has announced a host of national and international headline artists for its winter music festival.
Now in its 10th year, the Ballincollig Winter Music Festival returns in January 2019, at The White Horse.
For this very special edition of the festival, a number of previous headliners will make return appearances including Tim O’Brien, Donal Lunny and The Voice Squad.
Meanwhile, some top class artists will grace the Ballincollig stage for the first time including Jerry Douglas of the famed Alison Krauss and Union Station. Retro countrysoul outfit, The Delines, kick off on Wednesday, Jan 23.
The following day will see Dublin singer-songwriter Cathy Davey take to the stage. She will perform songs from her fifth and latest album Live at Dublin Unitarian Church. On the same night, White Horse Guitar Club will perform at The Cork Opera House for what promises to be a sellout show with some very special guests.
The Friday night’s concert celebrates 10 years of The Ballincollig Winter Music Festival with a star-studded line up that features the legendary Andy Irvine, regular visitors Donal Lunny and Paddy Glackin as well as folk star, Lisa O’Neill.
Saturday night’s concert features 14-time Grammy award winning Dobro player Jerry Douglas performing with support from Cork’s own Greenshine. The Sunday lineup includes Jan Fabricius delivering their unique style of old time and bluegrass music.
Tickets for concerts are available at wintermusicfestival.ie or whitehorse.ie/venue. Limited tickets for events also available from The White Horse bar. Tickets for White Horse Guitar Club are available at Cork Opera House.