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Music / August 16, 2021

Mary Wallopers, John Francis Flynn and more announced for Dún Laoghaire Folk Festival

Music / August 16, 2021

Mary Wallopers, John Francis Flynn and more announced for Dún Laoghaire Folk Festival

The inaugural edition of the festival takes place from August 30 – September 5.

Foggy Notions has today announced the first edition of the Dún Laoghaire Folk Festival. Featuring Christy Moore, Villagers (acoustic), the Fire Draw Near podcast hosted by Ian Lynch of Lankum, Lisa O’Neill & Ingrid Lyons, Lemoncello, Junior Brother, The Mary Wallopers, John Francis Flynn and a special live performance of Bob Gallagher’s Aiteach: From Cú Chulainn to the Quare Fellow.

Each event will have a limited capacity due to social distancing and will carefully adhere to all government pandemic guidelines.

Tickets go on sale Monday August 16 at 12 noon available through the Pavilion Theatre by Phone (01) 231 2929 & via their website.

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