Birmingham Tradfest 2016

When: Thursday 24th – Sunday 27th November, 2016
Where: various venues across Digbeth
Tickets: £ various – weekend passes from £55 (available here)

Birmingham Tradfest returns to Digbeth – the cultural home of Irish music in Birmingham – this month, celebrating the old as well as the new up-and-coming musicians.

The festival draws on a diverse range of critically acclaimed artists from across the UK and Ireland, ensuring to cater to all musical tastes, while also strengthening the sense of Irish identity and community cohesion and spirit.

There are a huge number of gigs taking place all over Digbeth, starting first and foremost at The Spotted Dog on Thursday 24 November with the free festival launch party from 19:00. See further details of gigs below, or visit the Birmingham Tradfest website here.

Thursday 24th November
The Spotted Dog
19:00
Free Entry

Des Hurley, Paul Daly & Chris O’Malley

Friday 25th November
South & City College
19:00
£15 (available here)

Ulaid

Friday 25th November
o2 Insitute 3
23:00
£10 (available here)

Jarlath Henderson
Ross Ainslie

Saturday 26th November
Clearys Bar
13:00
Free Entry

Aidan Connolly
Jack Talty
Mary MacNamara & Sorcha Costello
Gatehouse

Saturday 26th November
19:00
South & City College
£17.50 (available here)

Dervish
Michael Rooney & June McCormack
Athrú

Saturday 26th November
o2 Institute 3
23:00
£10 (available here)

Alan Doherty
Tola Custy
Donogh Hennessy

Sunday 27th November
Molloy’s Ceol Castle
13:00
£15 (available here)

Jackie Daly & Matt Cranitch
Teresa Horgan & Matt Griffin
Hugh Sheehan, Sean O’Catháin & Shane McCartan

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