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Emmy-award nominated band Kíla will play two concerts on Saturday next, April 28, in Westport Town Hall Theatre.
Celtic Flames present their spectacular show of music, song and dance in The Town Hall, Westport on Saturday, August 12 at 8pm. Celtic Flames is an exciting 24 piece mixed music group, based in Galway and ranging in ages from six to 60, who play and perform a quality eclectic mix of traditional Irish music, song and dance fused with a more contemporary idiom. Formed originally as a ten piece group in 2011, it has grown to include the top young talent to emerge from the west of Ireland in recent years and their mission is to entertain.
CELTIC FOLK-Metal, Trash Metal, Groove Metal, and alternative rock will sound loud and dangerous when Na Cruithne, Snowblind, Afterlife To Ashes, and Sixth Extinction, play The Cellar Bar.
After the huge success of Coda at Castlebar Christ Church, Greenroom Bookings is bringing another exciting night of music with one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands in Kíla. This is sure to be one of the best nights of music that Castlebar has seen and heard in a long number of years. This amazing venue is without doubt the perfect setting for one of the nations greatest exports, with the high ceilings and beautiful decor it is a match made in heaven. The acoustics that come from this amazing church are like no other and the intimate setting of these gigs with the seating and band so close together makes for an amazing atmosphere.
WE BANJO 3 return to the Róisín Dubh to officially launch - on this side of the Atlantic - their latest album, String Theory, which has already been No 1 on Billboard's World Music charts.
AMERICAN TV show, Nashville's Music City Roots, has called Scythian "what happens when rock star charisma meets Celtic dervish fiddling", as Galway will see when they play Monroe’s Live on Thursday April 7.
DECLAN SINNOTT is best known as Christy Moore's side-kick, accompanying the great man at his concerts, as well as being a founding member of Moving Hearts, but he is also a superb singer-songwriter and guitarist in his own right.
ANDY IRVINE and Dónal Lunny boast CVs and achievements like few others - Andy has been in Sweeney's Men and Patrick Street; Dónal in The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts; and together they have served in Planxty and Mozaik.
FRANKIE GAVIN'S first taste of performing in front of an audience was in Corrandulla Town Hall, playing tin whistle, and standing beside him was the man who saw the potential in the youngster - the fiddler and flautist Eddie Moloney.
THEY HAVE performed more than 1,500 shows across 36 countries since forming in 1997, and their line-up features some of the most respected names in contemporary Irish trad. They are Lúnasa.