Saturday 27th July 3pm – Aisleen Morgan 3.30pm – The Nolan School of Dance 4pm – Jack Warnock 5pm – NYAH CCÉ 5.30pm – Dromore CCÉ 6pm – The Daly Sisters 6.30pm – McCartney School of Dance 7pm – Screelin 7.30pm – The Blackwater Ceili Band 8.30pm The Tumbling Paddies
Sunday 28th July 3pm – Donal Scullion 3.30pm – Brennan/Miskelly/McCormick School of Dance 4pm – Fintona CCÉ 4.30pm – Bobbio 5pm – Ards CCÉ 5.30pm – Coalisland CCÉ 6pm – Ádh mhór 7pm – Draíocht 8pm – Ceili
Join us at our Outdoor Adventure Centre in Ireland’s newest and most exciting outdoor destination, and outdoor capital, the awesome Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland. A must visit for outdoor adventure seekers, beginner or addict, individual or group, we’ve got it all and more. Stunning mountains, award winning trails, dramatic coastlines and enchanting forests all waiting to be explored. Go island hoping by canoe, take a swim through sea caves, try a forest adventure by bike, or hang out on a rock face. Mild or wild, it’s your choice, for everything else, from gear hire to guiding we’ve got you covered!
This years Ulster Fleadh welcomes the wonderful Newry, Mourne and Down Youth Trad Orchestra to Castlewellan. They will play in St Malachys church in the town on the 26th July at 7pm in what promises to be a fitting setting for an evening not to be missed.
For a small taste of what to expect, check out the video below;
Volunteering is at the heart of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann. Hosting the Ulster Fleadh in an enormous privilege, but the event cannot be a success without necessary volunteers.
Volunteers are required for traffic and carpark marshalling, entrance kiosks, programme selling, information desk, litter picking teams and door keeping at the competition venue. There is something for everyone!
If you can spare a few hours over the weekend, please fill out the form on our website.