Féile Binn Éadair 2023

Féile	Binn	Éadair 2023

Féile Binn Éadair 2023 May (Formely known as Howth Tradfest) is an Irish and Traditional music festival in the fishing village of Howth on the outskirts of Dublin. Howth will be filled with Irish music of the past and present. Six venues will serve up 27 free gigs and sessions around the village and hill of Howth in a packed schedule while some special headline acts will perform ticketed concerts at other venues. Wander from gig to gig like you’re at Electric Picnic but without any entry fee. Headlining the festival is Iarla O Lionóird with Cormac McCarthy in a very special candlelit concert in the 19th Century Church at the gates of Howth Castle. St. Marys church is the perfect venue for Twice Grammy nominated artist Iarla Ó Lionáird. He is probably best know as the lead singer with Irish/America Supergroup The Gloaming but his groundbreaking work to date encompasses so much more, making him one of the truly great Irish singers of our time. Also headlining is folk singer Daoirí Farrell. On the verge of releasing his fourth solo album in early 2023, he can boast numerous honours from BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards to ALSR Celtic Music accolades.


Full Lineup: Iarla Ó Lionáird with Cormac McCarthy - Bog Bodies - Daoirí Farrell - The Legend of Luke Kelly Dubliner - Sin A Deir Sí - Saltaire - Noiníní - The Beermats - Niamh Parsons & Siobhan Moore - Manglam PI - Flog The Dog - The Crooked Jacks - The Bogs - Leo Rickard - DJ Danny Deepo - Billy Treacy & The Scope - Green Waves - The Macs - Tradify - Strings & Things - The Dead Irish - Eachtra - The Dublin Rovers - Howth Chamber Orchestra - Derek Copley - Folk Alley - Celtic Breeze - Trad Session Trail. In addition there will be Musical Boat trips around Ireland’s Eye with Howth Uilleann Piper Leo Rickard each afternoon. Leo will also be giving a piping workshop on the Saturday morning. The venues include The Summit Inn, McNeills, The Bloody Stream, The Harbour Bar, Findlaters, The Waterside, O’Connells, The Abbey Tavern, Howth Sea Angling Club and St. Mary’s Church. Some of the venues have created outdoor spaces for summer gigs. The Summit Inn will have the Tramline Stage, a great outdoor performance space. O’Connells will have the East Pier Stage, an outdoor performance space facing The East Pier. The Bloody Stream has the well known Phil Lynott Stage in their tented beer garden. The Harbour Bar has the Garden Stage, an intimate outdoor performance space in their covered beer garden. Tickets for Iarla Ó Lionáird with Cormac McCarthy, Daoirí Farrell, The Legend of Luke Kelly Dubliner from tickets.ie


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