Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann Drogheda 2019

The countdown is on to the most important Irish music and cultural event of the year, and once again it's going to be at the heart of the Boyne Valley! Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann returns to Drogheda in 2019 and brings together thousands of people from across the world for a week of exciting events dedicated to all aspects of Irish music, song, dance and other cultural arts.

Seána Davey


Caitlin Nic Gabhann

John McEvoy
John McEvoy has been described as “a supreme traditional musician” and one of Irelands finest traditional fiddle players, recognised for his
sensitive and rhythmical interpretations of the tradition. He has toured extensively in Europe and the USA and has collaborated and recorded

Micheál ORaghallaigh


“DON’T GO”!!…….anywhere else this EASTER SUNDAY, 21st April 2019, but to see the HOTHOUSE FLOWERS play at THE CONYNGHAM ARMS HOTEL, SLANE, CO MEATH.

Celebrating 30 years since their first album ‘PEOPLE’ and the recent release of their brand new album ‘LETS DO THIS THING’, Hothouse Flowers are out on the road again in 2019.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get up close and personal with Liam and the lads, in this intimate venue with limited number of tickets going on sale.

Continuing in the vein of true love around Valentine’s Day, Tankardstown is hosting an afternoon of Italian Opera Music. With Soprano Evelyne Bourton, accompanied by Tenor Andrew Gavin and Classical Pianist Donal McCrisken, appealing to the romantic and music lovers alike.

Set in the surrounds of the beautiful Orangery, “I sospiri d’amor” promises to be an afternoon of pure love and enchantment.

Doors open at 3pm, with a welcome glass of Prosecco, concert to commence at 3.30pm.

Now in its seventh year, Drogheda Classical Music has once again lined up a season of exceptional artists. Three of this year’s concerts will be exclusive to Drogheda and not part of national tours.

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