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If you love live music, song and dance then the Feakle Festival is the place to be from Wednesday August 8 to Monday August 13.
NOW THAT Galway's summer arts festivals are over, Galwegians determined to soak up more music can go across the border of south Galway, and into east Clare, for the Feakle International Traditional Music Festival.
The Feakle Festival, one of Ireland’s most popular traditional music events, will be held from Wednesday August 6 to Monday August 11.
From Wednesday to Monday August 3-8, the Feakle Traditional Music Festival will celebrate its 24th year with a vibrant programme of Traditional music, song, and dance.
On several occasions I have purposely let myself get lost along the narrow roads of the Sliabh Aughty (Echtge*) uplands which extend over some 250 square miles over the southeast Galway and west Clare borders. It’s a territory way off the tourist trail. On either side of the road hedgerows are positive gardens of wild flowers in June. In August they collapse drunkenly along its edge.
From Wednesday August 5 to Tuesday August 11, the Feakle Traditional Music Festival will celebrate its 22nd year with a vibrant programme of traditional music, song, and dance.