28th to 30th June 2019

*Accommodation is on a first come basis so get booking and don’t miss out on a wonderful weekend of ceol agus craic

Performers will be announced in time…

Title: The Clare Island Feile Ceol

Description: The Clare Island Feile Ceol is run by the local Comhaltas group, Granuaile Comhaltas.  The Feile Ceol festival combines local talents of song and dance with a number of guest singers and musicians from all over Ireland.

Live concerts on the Friday and Saturday night in the Community Centre, followed by seisúin in the bar. Anyone welcome to join in as the night goes on.

The event runs Friday 28th, Sat 29th and Sun 30th of June. Check out The Grainuaile Comhaltas facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/clare.comhaltas

SATURDAY and SUNDAY: Music, Sean nós dance workshops and more with renowned tutors.

Open seisúin in the bar in the afternoon anyone welcome to join in.

All workshops €5, family dicount available on the day.

Facebook event: Clare Island Feile Cool 2019

Any musicians, singers or dancers are all very welcome to come along throughout the weekend, there will be plenty of boats to and from the island each day.

Friday Night Concert 8PM at Community Centre

The Brennan Sisters and Friends

The Brennan Sisters, Anne and Monica are professional traditional/folk singers from the Ma’am valley in the heart of Connemara. The sisters have performed and recorded individually and together with some of Ireland’s artists including, Paul Brady, Sharon Shannen, Johnny McEvoy, Declan O’Rourke and Damien Dempsey to name but a few. The girls have a unique style of performance, incorporating beautiful harmonies and a distinctive unmistakable resonance.

Looking forward to this concert on Friday the 28th with Stephen Doherty, Monica Brennan, Shane Mcgowan and Anne Brennan.


Saturday Night Concert 8PM at Community Centre

Andrew Connally and Friends

“I’m over the moon to be able to announce I’ll be playing on Clare Island as part of the Feile Ceoil. This coincides with the launch of my first solo album and is the perfect venue for its first night. The album has some of my favourite musicians on – Stephen Doherty, Pat Coyne and David Doocey – so I’m extremely biased, but I’m very proud of it. The lads will be joining me and performing with me on the night. The title track of the album is ‘Every Step To Clare Island’, a song I wrote a while back about what could have been a journey taken by my Grandfather – Patrick Winters – from Liverpool back to Clare Island. His Island. Our Island. An island I love… can’t wait. ”     Andrew Connally