Early Evening Folk Club

 Early Evening Folk Club

An Cuan     4:00 pm      £5.00 at the Door (Except for Catherine McGrath)


Monday 23rd July

Acoustic Youth    The talent just keeps on coming.   Following on from 20 singers  and 20 songs the Festiival has created a platform for four Under 18s on their own or with a band to perform for a festival audience. This is your chance to hear them and agree with us that they are destined for a musical career.

 


Tuesday  24th July

 Coscan

A four piece band from Slane/Ireland.   Playing an exciting style of world music and song incorporating contemporary and traditional styles from Scotland, Galicia, South America and of course Ireland. This concert is one not to be missed.

 


Wednesday 25th July

 A Tribute to Gerry Doyle (Author)

Musicians Singers and StoryTellers will gather this afternoon to pay tribute to Gerry.   Enjoy a relaxed afternoon of quality entertainment. Your host is singer/songwriter Matthew McGrath.

 


Thursday 26thJuly  Venue – St. Bronagh’s Social Club

Catherine McGrath  

Catherine grew up in Rostrevor, where she was surrounded by and developed a love for music. She signed a record deal with Warner Brothers in 2016 after moving to London and has spent the last two years writing and recording music. Catherine will release her very first album ‘Talk Of This Town’ on July 27th

 


Friday 27th July

 The Friel Sisters

Anna (flute), Sheila (Uilleann pipes) and Clare (fiddle), are young traditional musicians, born in Glasgow, with their family roots firmly entrenched in the Donegal Gaeltacht.

Their new album, “ Before the Sun “  has received widespread acclaim as “a triumph of raw natural talent delivered with passion and confidence by three sublimely gifted musicians “  Tradconnect.

Sponsored by Liam Baxter,  Rostrevor Holidays


Saturday 28th July- Entry by Donation

Fil Campbell & Tom McFarland & Friends

“Let’s sing a chorus and raise a glass”  Join Fil and Tom to celebrate their 25th year of touring

with old and new songs to welcome friends from far and near.

Proceeds from this concert will go to the Southern Area Hospice.  


Sunday 29th July

Glórthaí UladhUlster Choir

Glórthaí Uladh is a combination of 3 choirs from Belfast, Derry and Donegal directed by award winning sean-nós singer Doimnic MacGiolla Bhríde.  Returning after a stunning performance at last year’s Festival, we welcome Glórthaí Uladh back to Fiddler’s Green.     Don’t miss it!