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Carmel Lyons
· April 18, 2017
Fleadh Cheoil is a very special event amazing Irish Musicians & Traditional Music always very enjoyable & uplifting, an experience never to be forgotten, thanks to all the wonderful Irish talent .
Wishing everyone a very memorable & happy time this year.
Martina Quinn
· June 8, 2017
Ennis is a class spot for the Fleadh! The people and the music are brilliant 😀🎶
Diarmuid Byrne
· July 15, 2017
It's an amazing and very interesting place. I enjoyed myself there this weekend.
Coralie Oliveira
· March 14, 2017
Fascinating and the talent is beyond anything I could have imagined. Can't get enough. Brilliant
Mary Boyle
· August 3, 2016
Fleadh Cheoil is an amazing celebration of traditional music, song and dance. We as a family have been attending Fleadh for about twenty odd years and it is spe...ctacular. The Marching Bands on the final Sunday is particularly entertaining, the music is the best you will hear, and their formations can be quite complicated. See More
Wendy Roberts
· January 17, 2017
Brilliant experience. Should be the hottest visit list for holidays, this year
Emma Healy
· July 10, 2017
Simply the best
Robert Kerr
· March 10, 2017
Brilliant...The Real Ireland. What it's all about Folks
Anna Kavanagh
· August 22, 2016
Congratulations to the people of Ennis on hosting a fantastic Fleadh. I've had the best week of my life and I cannot speak highly enough of my experience. I can't wait for next year!
Michelle Franklin
· June 9, 2016
Mad craic altogether. So glad this event is now televised for the years I cannot go. Such a lovely gathering of artists ♥
Colm Mangan
· August 22, 2016
Brillant event and so well organised. Keep it in ennis for good �
McNamaras Cottages
· August 20, 2016
The best fleadh ever all the presenters were mighty Tg4 go magh Coming to to Ennis tomorrow
John W J Gorman
· October 18, 2016
Absolutely Great Artists and dancers Want to see more without cuts wonderful culture
Declan Bowe
· July 13, 2016
I from ennis and really looking forward to a great festival as all the townies are
Betty Flanagan
· August 22, 2016
Fantastic Fleadh TV brilliant also when you can't attend. #hupthefleadh x
John Faughey
· August 22, 2016
Class despite the rain great to see young and old playing together
Claire Breen
· August 22, 2016
Great event and well organised overall. Looking forward to 2017 already!
Nikita Harnett
· August 13, 2016
cant wait for inis im sure it will be very good this year
Tony O'Brien
· August 22, 2016
Brilliant 9 days of song and dance. thanks and well done to all involved
Nora Shanahan Morrow
· August 24, 2016
Fleadh Cheoil in Ennis was brilliant. Looking forward to next year already.
Wondering where to holiday this Summer? Why not join us in Ennis for #fleadh2017? Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann takes place in the Clare county town from August 13 to August 21, 2017. There is plenty for all ages to enjoy at the largest Irish Traditional Music Festival in the world. You could even arrive a little early and explore all that County Clare has to offer. Check out and Here’s a little flavour of last year’s Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann which also took place in Ennis, courtesy of
It’s the weekend - and we couldn’t resist sharing some toe tapping music from Lúnasa ahead of their “Clare to Here” concert during #fleadh2017. We could tell you the reason we are sharing this video is because Lúnasa is internationally acknowledged as being one of the finest traditional Irish instrumental outfits of recent times. We could say they are renowned for their stunning shows honed by superb musicianship and a constant touring cycle. And we could inform you that they have performed over 1,500 shows across 36 countries since the band formed in 1997. The band has appeared at internationally renowned venues such as The Hollywood Bowl, National Concert Hall (Dublin), Sydney Opera House, Moscow International House of Music and are now destined for the Shannon Aerodome, Ennis on August 17, for Fleadh Cheoil na Éireann. While this is of course all true, the real truth is it’s the weekend and we just wanted to share the happiness!!!
Every wonder who taught Michael Flatley to dance? Or who indeed was his teacher’s teacher? Well wonder no more, because this evening we share a little history lesson, of sorts, and really just allow ourselves the chance to play some old film from the archives. This is one of the earliest nationally televised performances of the McNiff Dancers. This Ulster style of Irish dance, known for its more complicated steps, was made popular in the US by the McNiffs in the 1950s and 1960s. Performing here with the McNiffs is Jimmy Erwin, who taught Donny Golden, who in turn, it is claimed by some supporters of the McNiff dancers, taught Micheal Flatley of Riverdance fame. It is more than likely they could have been acquaintances or friends, but feel free to shed some light on this if you know. We know for sure that Michael has referenced numerous times his mentor and Irish dance teacher the late Dennis Dennehy. All considered we get a chace to share this great piece from yesteryear, and also so share some memories and stories. On another note our understanding is that Larry Redican, who was a Fleadh Cheoil All Ireland champion, is playing the fiddle for the dancers here. Let us know if you can identify anyone else. Enjoy!

It’s official! Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley will open #fleadh2017.
The accomplished dancer, flautist, actor, director and producer, is looking forward to returning to the town where he was once a competitor in Fleadh Cheoil na Éireann.
Here is what Michael said about his return to Ennis and the Fleadh: “It’s a great honour to be asked to open this year’s Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Ennis. It is such a great home of traditional music and a place I have very fond memories of including winning the All-Ireland there many years ago. It is vitally important for all of us to nurture young talent and to encourage young people today to play Irish music. I’m really looking forward to it and am sure it will be a huge success.”

And now for the feet to do the talking ….

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While Shakespeare had some ideas on music being the food of love, Supermac’s Ireland has taken an alternative view to the bard by providing food to the music of #fleadh2017.

For a second year in a row Ireland’s largest indigenous quick service restaurant chain has announced its sponsorship of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, Inis.

The well-known food company with a family restaurant in Ennis will continue as a gold sponsor of the Fleadh which is taking place between August 13 and 21.

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