Trish Conroy

Fleadh Secretary

Beech House

Boreenmanna Road

Douglas, Cork

Tel: 087-2938296


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JULY  18th-23rd  2017

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10am   Competitions for Under 12 and 12/15

(Cork School of Music, Cork College of Commerce)


10am   Grupaí Cheoil/Céilí Band Competitions

(Cork City Hall)


10am   Set Dancing Competitions (Everyman Palace)


3pm     Street Entertainment

(Grand Parade Gig Rig)


9pm     Singers Club with Máire Ní Chéileachair

(An Spailpín Fanach)


9pm     Fleadh Céilí with the Shandrum Céilí Band

(St Finbarr's GAA Hall)


9pm     Pub Session Trail


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Fleadh Concerts

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Tuesday, July 18th

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Thursday, July 20th

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We have compiled a brilliant line-up of some of Munster's finest musicians, singers and dancers for the 'Masters of Munster' taking place on Thursday, July 20th at 8pm in the Curtis Theatre at CIT Cork School of Music.

The concert will feature the legendary Sean O'Se (Singer/Fear an Tí), Cork group Buille (featuring Niall Vallely, Caoimhín Vallely piano, Eoin Coughlan and Brian Morrissey); one of Cork's finest singers Nell Ní Chróinín(Singer); Clare's Jack Talty (Concertina); Kerry's Bryan O'leary (Button Accordion); Tipperary's Karl Nesbitt (Flute/Bodhran/Bouzouki); local Cork City musician and teacher Joanne Quirke (Flute/Whistle); and Shane Creed (Sean-Nós Dancer).

Tickets are now available for the opening concert of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan 2017 'Glór Chorcaí' which takes place on Tuesday, July 18th at 8pm in CIT Cork School of Music. This concert will celebrate four of Cork's finest traditional musicians and singers, Jackie Daly, Matt Cranitch, Jimmy Crowley and Máirtín de Cógáin; all whom are renowned both in Ireland and abroad as four of Cork and Ireland's most respected and influential traditional musicians.