Fringe Fleadh

Fringe Fleadh Events Across The County

The Fringe Fleadh will feature an array of exciting events, (Download the Fringe Fleadh Guide 24 HERE) including: Traditional Irish Music Sessions: Local pubs across Wexford will host live music sessions, offering an authentic taste of Ireland’s musical heritage. Dance Workshops: Learn traditional Irish dance steps from expert instructors in a fun and welcoming environment. Art Exhibitions: Explore the artistic talents of local artists at various galleries and community centers. Storytelling Sessions: Immerse yourself in the rich oral traditions of Ireland with captivating storytelling sessions for all ages.

Wexford Town


Gorey & Kilmuckridge

MONDAY’S 7:30PM July & August – Loch Garman Arms

Summer Seisiún with CCE Gorey/Ballygarrett in Loch Garman Arms is a wonderful evening of entertainment showcasing fantastic musicians, singers, dancers and performers. Eircode Y25 E3V2

TUESDAY’S 9PM July & August – Sean Ogs in The Upton Court

Enjoy a pint and toe-tapping tunes in a welcoming atmosphere. Eircode Y25 F9X7

THURSDAY’S 9:30PM July & August – Trad Music Sessions in French’s Bar

Tap your feet, raise a glass, and experience the infectious energy of a true Irish trad session. Eircode Y25 T383

SATURDAY’S 9PM July & August – Ashdown Park Hotel

Trad Music Sessions in The Ivy Bar

SUNDAY 7th of July: 2PM -5PM – Gorey District Park

Cheoil, Coffee & Craic in the Coffee Pod in Gorey District Park


The Gorey Market House Festival will ignite Gorey with a foot stomping Fleadh session this July. Be part of this unforgettable experience which is sure to be a highlight of the festival.

FRIDAY 26th July – 7PM – Kilmuckridge Monamolin CCE

Mark your calendars for Friday, July26th for an unforgettable night of music and community spirit in Kilmuckridge Village. Eircode Y25CX21

TUESDAY 30th July – 8:30PM – FRENCH’S PUB

North Wexford Traditional Singing Circle meet in the backroom of French’s Traditional Bar in Gorey at 8.30pm on the last Tuesday of every month. Bean an Tí is Rachel Uí Fhaoláin. Eircode Y25 T383

SUNDAY 30th June – 2PM – 4PM – Cahore Pier

Cheoil & Craic in Cahore with the Wild Turkeys and guest performers. Join the Craic on the Pier

Photography Exhibition – Fleadh 

Transport yourself back in time to experience the vibrant atmosphere of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Gorey town in 1962. Dive into the nostalgia with a first hand account of the event and captivating photos sourced from the ITMA website and Bord Fáilte that perfectly capture the atmosphere the Fleadh Cheoil brought to Gorey that weekend! Don’t miss this exclusive photo exhibition at Gorey Library, running from August 4th to 11th. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage and relive the excitement of this incredible weekend back in the 1960s in Ireland.


New Ross

The Library Park 28th – 30th June – Fleadh Fest ’24 is a 3-day festival from 28th – 30th June in The Library Park in New Ross to complement Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann being held in Wexford town


Friday 28th June 7 PM – 8 PM

Zoe Conway and John Mc lntyre in concert featuring the music of John Dwyer- a concert featuring acclaimed traditional Irish violinist Zoe Conway with music composed by the great traditional fiddler John Dwyer, who lived in New Ross for many years.


Saturday 29th of June 7 PM – 8 PM

Remembering Ronnie Drew a brand new show led by Phelim Drew ….. the Son of Ronnie Drew from the Dubliners, a show featuring the songs and stories of the legendary Ronnie Drew.


Sunday 30th of June 3 PM – 5 PM

Magic Feet Irish Dance Troupe – Irish dancing featuring Irish and World Title Champion Irish Dancers


New Ross Fleadh Fringe Pop-ups will run from the 24th June – 1st July and are as follows;

JFK Park & Arboretum – Shelly O’Grady / Harpist
Duncannon Fort –Trad Musicians / Assortment
Hook Lighthouse – Green Road / Folk & Ballad Group
Dunbrody Famine Ship – Kiera Reville & Serena Reville / Fiddle & Accordion
Rackards of Killanne – Anthony Kearnes / Vocalist
Tintern Abbey – Mark Redmond / Uilleann Pipes



FRIDAY 21st of June: 4PM

The action kicks off in The Market Square, Enniscorthy at 4pm with a lively display from the The Danescastle Music Group. The group will then move to different locations around the district showcasing their incredible modern traditional music and hard shoe dancing talents.

  • Market Square, Enniscorthy – Display of lively modern trad music with hard shoe dancing
  • Ferns Castle, Ferns –  Display of lively modern trad music, hard shoe dancing in the castle grounds
  • The Mall, Bunclody –  Display of lively modern trad music, hard shoe dancing at the mall.


SUNDAY 23rd of June: 12PM – 4PM – The National 1798 Centre

The Wild Turkeys & Michael Buggy


SATURDAY 6th of July – The Village At Wheelocks

Celtic Roots will take to the stage during the Wexford Strawberry Weekend