Date28-31 October
SiteDrogheda | Trim
LocationVarious
TimeEvenings
PriceFree
Age restriction 18+

Follow a trail of local traditional musicians playing in some of Drogheda’s oldest and most loved pubs including Weavers, Clarkes and Brogans.

Confirmed bands so far:

Setanta

Setanta Folk is an Irish band that specialises in Folk, Trad and Ballads, which has been gigging now for eight years. The band is made up of Peter Brennan on acoustic guitar and lead singer, Colin Campbell on bass and vocals, Brendan Conlon on banjo and Stephen McCloskey on whistle/flute.
Friday 29 October at 8pm
Free, unticketed
The Weavers, Drogheda

The Dublin City Ramblers

The Dublin City Ramblers have thrilled audiences worldwide with their unique blend of Ballads, Folk , humour, wit and foot-tapping music. Their impressive career has spanned more than 50 years, with over 40 albums, top ten hits, several awards for best Ballad/Folk Group and, to top it all off, 8 Gold Albums. It is certainly no wonder that they are classed as Ireland’s Number One Group!
Saturday 30 October at 8pm
Free, unticketed
The Weavers, Drogheda

HuckleGerryFinn present Folk & Ballard Music

HuckleGerryFinn play a mixture of popular American and Irish folk songs. Using acoustic instruments they have an authentic sound. The group are lively and fun. Don’t miss it.
Sunday 31 October at 7pm

Free, unticketed
Bakers Loft at Brogans Bar & Hotel

James Griffin Thursday Trad Session

The James Griffin Pub, has been located at High Street, Trim, Co. Meath, Ireland since the 1800s. They friendly team will ensure a true Irish welcome when you visit. Sip a local Whiskey by the fire, enjoy a lovely cool pint and make friends at the bar.
Thursday 28 October, 9pm
Free, unticketed
The James Griffin Pub, Trim

Meath Beo at Stockhouse

Traditional music from Meath Beo.
Thursday 28 October, 8pm
Free, unticketed
StockHouse Restaurant, Trim

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