JULY 18th-23rd 2017
Fleadh Parking and Venue Info
Fleadh Gig-Rig Line-up is announced
Competition Timetables available on our competitions page
SAT, JULY 22ND
10am Competitions for Under 12 and 12/15
(Cork School of Music, Cork College of Commerce)
10am Grupaí Cheoil/Céilí Band Competitions
(Cork City Hall)
10am Set Dancing Competitions (Everyman Palace)
3pm Street Entertainment
(Grand Parade Gig Rig)
9pm Singers Club with Máire Ní Chéileachair
(An Spailpín Fanach)
9pm Fleadh Céilí with the Shandrum Céilí Band
(St Finbarr's GAA Hall)
9pm Pub Session Trail
Feb 20th:- Promoting Fleadh na Mumhan at the Gradam Ceoil TG4
Lots of interest last night at the Gradam Ceoil TG4 in the Cork Opera House. Everyone we met was so excited that the Fleadh is coming to Cork and everyone recogises what a wonderful opportunity it is to promote Cork and the celebrate Cork's rich musical culture and traditions
Feb 21st - Launch of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan 2017 - Clayton Hotel - 6.30pm
Following a successful bid by Douglas Comhaltas Branch, Cork City will host Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan the first time in July 2017. An extensive programme of events is planned for the week, which runs from 17th-23rd of July, in a number of venues throughout the city
More than 15,000 visitors are expected to travel to Cork for this showcase of traditional Irish music, song and dance.
Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan will be officially launched by Cllr Des Cahill Lord Mayor of Cork, in the Clayton Hotel on Tuesday 21st of February at 6.30pm. Musicians from Douglas Comhaltas will perform throughout the evening. All are welcome to join us for the Launch
Feb 15th: "15000 for Fleadh in Cork"
We are really looking forward to officially launch Fleadh na Mumhan 2017 on next Tuesday evening, Feb 21st in the Clayton Hotel at 6.30pm. All are welcome to attend the launch
Thanks to the Evening Echo for their coverage of the Fleadh in last night's Evening Echo:
MORE than 15,000 visitors are expected in Cork city this summer for the Munster Fleadh Cheoil.
Following a successful bid by Douglas Comhaltas Eireann, Cork City will be hosting the Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan in July. This will be the first occasion in which the traditional Irish music competition is staged in the city centre. Cork City is also bidding to bring the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in 2018.
A lengthy programme of events is being planned for the Munster Fleadh which will run from July 17 to July 23. Independent Cllr Kieran McCarthy noted that in recent years Cork City Council has championed the city as a venue for traditional music. "Cork City Council is actively engaged with Douglas Comhaltas in the development of their business plan around the event and the finalisation of a programme of events. Great credit is due to those who bid and won this event. The hosting of this event represents an important exercise of learning for the stake-holders that are key to the running of a Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann event."
"The awarding of the Munster Fleadh to Cork represents a fantastic opportunity to showcase traditional Irish music, song, and dance in Cork, enhancing the cultural experience for the people of Cork and its many visitors. It is going to be a great week".