Wild Atlantic Music Tours is thrilled to welcome The Black Donnellys to the team. The multi-award winning duo will lead the May 17 – 26, 2020 ‘Wild Atlantic Way Tour’.
The Black Donnellys are a 2-piece band who are originally from Dublin, Ireland and now living in Las Vegas, USA. The band consists of singer/songwriter Dave Rooney and guitarist Dave Browne. Dave Rooney was voted best Irish singer/songwriter of the year 2012. Dave Browne holds the world record for marathon guitar playing ( 114 hours nonstop ). Join the lads and a host of friends and experience an unforgettable trip along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland. Great fun guaranteed because The Black Donnellys know how to entertain!!
The ‘Wild Atlantic Way Tour’ is a 9 night cultural, sightseeing and musical experience. The journey takes us through Cork, Kerry, Clare, Galway and Mayo. We limit the time on the coach as we visit locations steeped in Irish Music such as Dingle, Ennis, Doolin, Clifden and Westport. Enjoy the spectacular scenery the West Coast Of Ireland has to offer and visit world famous locations such as The Cliffs of Moher, Lakes of Killarney & Connemara. Experience a warm Irish welcome in luxury hotels on the Wild Atlantic Way. Book early because only 40 places available.
Music and fun on the Wild Atlantic Way
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The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail on the West Coast of Ireland. The stunning 2,500km of coastline offers breathtaking scenery, invigorating sea swells, gastronomic gems and a warm welcoming atmosphere. The WAW is a haven for traditional Irish musicians and traditional music sessions. These sessions are informal and often impromptu, making the Wild Atlantic Way a little piece of music heaven
All our tour groups are accompanied by professional Irish musicians. Each evening the tour musician will host a ‘mini-concert’ purely for the tour group. For further information on tours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.WildAtlanticMusicTours.com .
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