Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan

Fleadh na Mumhan is the largest provincial Fleadh in Ireland run under the auspices of Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Éireann

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann is the largest group involved in the preservation and promotion of Irish traditional music, song and dance and all aspects of Irish culture, affording the language special status. We’re a non-profit cultural movement with hundreds of local branches around the world, we’ve been promoting Irish music since 1951.

 

We’re an international movement with our headquarters in Dublin, Cultúrlann na hÉireann. We also have a number of Regional Resource Centres based at Cois na hAbhna in Ennis and Brú Boru in Cashel where you would be more than welcome to stop by for a visit, or to visit a local Comhaltas branch close to where you live. A definitive list can be found at http://comhaltas.ie/locations/

Fleadh na Mumhan 2022
Fleadh Executive Committee

Cathaoirleach: Liam Ó Guiní

Leas Cathaoirleach: Rossa McMahon

 

Rúnaí: Annette O’Donnell

 

Leas Rúnaí: Ultan Ó Maolcatha

 

Cisteoir: Clare Stephson & Donnchadh O Cinnéide

 

PRO – Joint Séamus Ó hÁirtneada & Sandra O’ Connor

 

 ​Comhairle na Mumhan CCÉ 

 

Cathaoirleach: Tadhg Ó Maolcatha

 

Leas Cathaoirleach: Mary O'Halloran

 

Rúnaí: Assunta Ui Chathasaigh

 

Cisteoir: Donnchadh Ó Cinnéide

 

Oifigeach Caidrimh Phoiblí: Séan Walsh 

Limerick County Board CCÉ

Cathaoirleach: Jim Kelly

Leas-Cathaoirleach: Liam Ó Guiní

Runaí: Ultan O Maolcatha

Cisteoir: Eibhlín Uí Mhaoldomhnaigh

Oifigeach Caidrimh Phoiblí: Séamus Ó hÁirtneada

Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan
Past Venues

  • 1961      Cashel, Tipperary

  • 1962      Ennis, Clare

  • 1963      Dungarvan, Waterford

  • 1964      Mitchelstown, Cork

  • 1965      Newcastlewest. Limerick

  • 1966      Castleisland, Kerry

  • 1967      Cashel, Tipperary

  • 1968      Thurles, Tipperary

  • 1969      Dungarvan, Waterford

  • 1970      Charlville, Cork

  • 1971       Kilmallock, Limerick

  • 1972      Kilgarvan, Kerry

  • 1973      Roscrea, Tipperary

  • 1974      Ennis, Clare

  • 1975      Waterford City, Waterford

  • 1976      Skibbereen, Cork

  • 1977      Athea, Limerick

  • 1978      Tralee, Kerry

  • 1979      Thurles, Tipperary

  • 1980      Tulla, Clare

  • 1981      Dungarvan, Waterford

  • 1982      Dunmanway, Cork

  • 1983      Dunmanway, Cork

  • 1984      Killorglin, Kerry

  • 1985      Hospital, Limerick

  • 1986      Tipperary Town, Tipperary

  • 1987      Kilrush, Clare

  • 1988      Dungarvan, Waterford

  • 1989      Freemount, Cork

  • 1990      Dingle, Kerry

  • 1991      Glin, Limerick

  • 1992      Cappawhite, Tipperary

  • 1993      Ennistymon, Clare

  • 1994      Waterford City, Waterford

  • 1995      Skibbereen, Cork

  • 1996      Dingle, Kerry

  • 1997      Abbeyfeale, Limerick

  • 1998      Cashel, Tipperary

  • 1999      Ennistymon, Clare

  • 2000      Lismore, Waterford

  • 2001      Skibbereen, Cork

  • 2002      Milltown, Kerry

  • 2003      Skibbereen, Cork

  • 2004      Roscrea, Tipperary

  • 2005      Macroom, Cork

  • 2006      Lismore, Waterford

  • 2007      Newcastlewest, Limerick

  • 2008      Kenmare, Kerry

  • 2009      Roscrea, Tipperary

  • 2010      Kenmare, Kerry

  • 2011      Ballincollig, Cork

  • 2012      Dungarvan, Waterford

  • 2013      University of Limerick

  • 2014      Killarney, Kerry

  • 2015      Nenagh, Tipperary

  • 2016      Listowel, Kerry

  • 2017      Cork City

  • 2018      Ennis, Clare

  • 2019      Ennis, Clare

60 years of Fleadh na Mumhan
Learn more about all the past Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan held in the province since 1961