Experience Traditional

Centuries old and ever new, Irish traditional music must be heard live to fully appreciate its mesmerising sound.

The Fureys

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Tommy Fleming - The Voice of Hope II Tour

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Legend of Luke Kelly

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FINBAR FUREY

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Mick Hanly & Donal Lunny

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The Fureys

When: Saturday 16th February 2019
Where: Gleneagle Ballroom

Entertaining audiences worldwide for 38 years, audiences that have included former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Former Irish President Mary McAleese and the late Pope John Paul while Tony Blair has publicly stated his favourite peace song of all time is the Furey’s “Green Fields of France”. Performing February 16th at the Gleneagle Ballroom.

Tommy Fleming - The Voice of Hope II Tour

When: 1st March 2019
Where: INEC Killarney

Tommy is regarded as one of the finest singers worldwide and is currently enjoying a hugely successful career. After 25 years honing his craft, Tommy is now taking his place at the forefront of popular music across the globe. The mere mention of a Tommy Fleming concert has ‘sold out’ signs being displayed at venues from Dublin to Darwin within the space of minutes

Legend of Luke Kelly

When: 8th March 2019
Where: INEC Killarney

Celebrating the memory and music of a true Irish musical legend. On 30th January 1984 it is said that the whole of Ireland grieved the early death of Dubliner legend Luke Kelly.  He has left an indelible mark as being the greatest folk artist of the 20th Century and his music is widely regarded as one of Ireland’s cultural treasures. The Legend Of Luke Kelly featuring Chris Kavanagh celebrates the memory and music of Luke Kelly

FINBAR FUREY

When: 6th April 2019
Where: INEC Killarney

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter, storyteller and actor Finbar Furey has announced a brand new 9 date Irish tour, which takes in the INEC Killarney on April 6th 2019. The Irish folk legend, who has left his mark on the music of Ireland for more than four decades as the lead singer and uilleann pipes player for the Fureys,  has always been at the forefront of musical change.

Mick Hanly & Donal Lunny

Mick Hanly & Donal Lunny
info@inec.ie
+353 (0) 64 667 1555

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When: Friday 27th April 2019
Where: INEC Acoustic Club

The musical paths of Mick Hanly & Donal Lunny have been intersecting since 1974 when Lunny produced Celtic Folkweave for the duo of Mick and Mícheál O’Domhnaill who were known as Monroe. He also produced Mick’s next two solo albums for the Mulligan label. In 1983 their paths crossed again when Mick took Christy Moore’s place in Moving Hearts.