Smithfield Square, Saturday 18th June - Sunday 19th June

Dublin City Council is delighted to announce ‘Smithfield Fleadh’ a new, free, folk and traditional music event in Dublin City Centre.

Smithfield Square is Dublin city centre’s largest dedicated event space, and this year’s Fleadh is the first of its kind to take place in the location. The two-day event promises a programme of live music from a range of talented musicians across the Irish folk and traditional music scene, as well as workshops for all the family to enjoy.

Saturday 18th June:

Main Stage:

1-2pm: Treehouse by Ceol Connected (Children's Traditional Music and Puppet Show)
3-4pm: Cormac Begley & Friends
5-6pm: The Dublin Lasses w/Sibéal Davitt & Friends (Instrumental Music + Sean Nós Dance)

Puball Éigse:

12-1pm: Na Píobairí Uilleann presents ‘Try The Pipes' Workshop
2-3pm: Poster Fish Promotions presents ‘A Celebration of Traveller Music' with Trish Reilly, Stephen Dunne, Mickey Dunne
4-5pm: ITMA presents Drawing From The Well with Paddy Glackin (Music & Discussion)

Cobblestone Tent:

12-1pm: Pádaig Óg Mac Aodhagáin & Friends
2-3pm: Ballyer Trad Hub/Old Time Crossover (Session)
4-5pm: Mulligan Family Session

An Stáitsín Fánach:

12-1pm: Ceoltóirí Chluain Tarbh
2-3pm: Fingal Mummers (2-2.30pm), Piping Session w/Louise Mulcahy & Friends (2.30-3pm))
4-5pm: The Night Before Larry Got Stretched presents The Megaphone Project (Traditional Singing)

Sunday 19th June:

Main Stage:

1-2pm: Amerghin (Instrumental Traditional and Classical Music)
3-4pm: BalFolk (European Folk Dance Céili)
5-6pm: Nava (Irish and Persian Traditional Music)

Puball Éigse:

12-1pm: Sean-Nós Dancing for Beginners with Mary Beth Taylor (Workshop)
2-3pm: Harp Ireland presents The Triad Harp Trio feat. Fiona Gryson, Rachel Duffy and Siofra Ni Dhubhghaill
4-5pm: ITMA presents Drawing From The Well with Thomas McCarthy (Song and Discussion)

Cobblestone Tent:

12-1pm: Fiachra Mulligan + Family (Session)
2-3pm: Donegal Tunes w/Sinéad Kennedy + Friends (Session)
4-5pm: The Balaclava Sessions

An Stáitsín Fánach:

12-1pm: Ceoltoiri Chluain Tarbh (Music)
2-3pm: Fingal Mummers (2-2.30pm), Piping Session w/Louise Mulcahy & Friends (2.30-3pm)
4-5pm: The Night Before Larry Got Stretched presents The Megaphone Project (Traditional Singing)

Nava, who are appearing from 5-6pm on Sunday, 19th on the Main Stage


Date:
Saturday 18th June - Sunday 19th June
Time:
12.00pm
Price:
Free
Address:
Smithfield Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

Google Map of Smithfield Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

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