ExperienceFolk

Poetry in music, Ireland’s folk scene is alive with amazing artists and bands producing sounds that will define our generation. Stay tuned and catch some live in Killarney.

Daniel O'Donnell

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Celtic Woman

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The High Kings

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Daniel O'Donnell

When: 24th – 27th September 2020
Where: Gleneagle INEC Arena Killarney

DANIEL O’DONNELL Autumn in Killarney Concert Series September 24 -27 2020 Daniel O’Donnell’s career spans more than 30 years, having sold over four million albums. Earlier this year he broke his own world record by becoming the first recording artist to chart at least one new album a year in Artist Album Chart for 30 consecutive years.

Celtic Woman

When: Friday – Sunday, 7th – 9th August 2020
Where: Gleneagle INEC Arena

In the fourteen years since its 2005 debut, global musical sensation Celtic Woman has emerged as a genuine artistic phenomenon representing Irish music and culture all over the world. The group’s albums and DVD releases have been consistent multi-platinum best-sellers, and its concert tours continue to touch the hearts of a devoted audience that spans the globe. Both an accomplished recording ensemble and a world-class performing collective, Celtic Woman celebrates Ireland’s rich musical and cultural heritage, while continuing its remarkable legacy of introducing some of Ireland’s most talented singers and musicians onto the world stage.

The High Kings

When: Friday, 3rd July 2020
Where: Gleneagle INEC Arena

The High Kings are the true heirs of Ireland’s folk heritage, and feature the multi-talented Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden. From their inception in 2008, it was clear that these individuals were more than capable of making a very special new collective sound, as well as giving Ireland’s most loved folk ballads a brand new contemporary makeover. Now approaching their tenth anniversary, THE HIGH KINGS are considered to be one of the finest live exponents of Irish Folk and Ballad music, and have performed to sell-out audiences in the USA,UK, Germany and of course their native Ireland.