All kinds of everything at the Irish Festival
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Copenhagen Irish Festival
Nov 6-7, 18:00-01:00, Nov 7-8, 15:00-01:00;
Copenhagen Municipality Music School, Staldgade 29, Cph V;
If you’re looking for a good mix of fun and tradition, visit the Irish Festival where the traditional and contemporary folk music will get you moving your feet.
On Friday night, enjoy the music of Matt Cranitch and Jack Daly (fiddle and accordion), and Caladh Nua Nua (sang, fiddle, button accordion, guitar and banjo). And on Saturday, experience modern interpretations of traditional Irish tunes with Saturday Concert Goitse.
And don’t leave too early as there is a happy hour from 23:00-24:00.
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