Skerries Traditional Music Weekend

Skerries Traditional Music Weekend

Skerries, Friday 17th May - Sunday 19th May 2019

Skerries Traditional Music Weekend commenced in 2001 and developed over the years into an action-packed weekend with Concerts, Recitals, Workshops, Sessions and Street Music.

The 2019 festival will consist of pub sessions Friday, Saturday, Sunday, a singing session at The Mills on Saturday evening and a Sunday morning recital at The Mills. All other activities such as Workshops, Ceílí and Concerts are on hold this year and we hope to have our normal full program of events again in 2020.

Come one, come all and be part of Skerries Traditional Music Weekend. Take a walk about the town and you'll be sure to hear many a great session! Some of Ireland's' top exponents of traditional music will showcase their talents in a more informal and natural setting. All musicians, singers, dancers and listeners welcome – players are welcome to join in the sessions over the weekend!


Date:
Friday 17th May - Sunday 19th May 2019
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland

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