Check out our exciting lineup for this year's Festival!
||Michael Collins Stage
||James Connolly Stage
|12:10 pm - 2:00 pm
||Bangers and Mash
|2:20 pm - 4:20 pm
|4:40 pm - 6:40 pm
||Paddy & The Pale Boys
Direct from County Kildare, Ireland
and joining us for the first time as
part of their annual US tour!
The Druids have toured Ireland,
Scotland, UK, Denmark, Belgium,
Spain with up to three tours a year
in the USA. Their live show is a must for all lovers of Irish song music and history. It is both
entertaining and educational.
||Bangers and Mash
Based in Suffolk County, NY, they
play throughout the Northeast,
Midwest and FL.
Fun, fast, loudů they call their music Americelt, a meld of Celtic Rock, Southern Rock with a driving
sound that keeps the crowd moving while the stories keep the crowd listening and singing along.
Based in Philadelphia area and
known for an upbeat sound while
maintaining their traditional roots.
The band performs a variety of Irish
and Celtic styles including ballads,
rebel songs, traditional dance music
(Ceili) and contemporary Irish songs
with a striking sound that has
won over audiences wherever they go.
"We're not just your father's Irish
band." Hailing from northern NJ.
A complete band that can perform
for all ages and cover all styles
while still maintaining an
Irish foundation. Eamonn is a
charismatic showman and enjoys
going out into the crowd.
|Paddy & The Pale Boys
From northern NJ and all about
passion. Experience their raucous,
two-fisted romp through Irish music.
Paddy and the Pale Boys play the
traditional songs and music of
Ireland and Scotland, along with
good ol' boy country and rock 'n roll.
Warning: Not for the faint of heart!
Brooklyn-based Canny Brothers Band keep the New York City
Irish-American tradition of good times alive.
The Canny Brothers band has built a solid reputation around the NYC area.
Offering up traditional Irish music, folk and roots-rock immersed in a spirit of improvisation, they regularly play events such as the Great Irish Fair of New
York, the East Durham Irish Festival, and the Staten Island Irish Fair.