We are thrilled to announce that Eileen Ivers will lead our April 12 – 18 , 2020 tour. The Grammy awarded, Emmy nominated, virtuoso fiddle player will lead our ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ tour. Eileen has established herself as the pre-eminent exponent of the Irish fiddle in the world today. A native of New York, with a strong Irish family background and second home in Mayo , Eileen is really excited to show off the West Coast of Ireland to her fans. In addition to the tourist hotspots, Eileen is also keen to visit the not so well known parts of Mayo. Join Eileen and a host of friends and experience traditional music at its best during an unforgettable trip along the Wild Atlantic Way. Meet some of the region’s best known trad musicians as they join Eileen for dedicated intimate and informal sessions each evening.
The ‘Wild Atlantic Way Tour’ is a 6 night musical and cultural journey around Mayo, Galway and Clare. The first 3 nights will be based in Westport, a town with a strong traditional music history. Westport will be the base for visits to Achill Island, Dún Briste and Connemara . Then it’s on to Galway, ‘The City of the tribes’ for a night. The final 2 nights will be based in County Clare, the ‘Spiritual Home of Irish Trad Music’ during which we visit Doolin, The Burren and The Cliffs of Moher. Enjoy the spectacular scenery the West Coast Of Ireland has to offer. Visit world famous locations such as The Cliffs of Moher, Achill Island & The Burren. Experience a warm Irish welcome in luxury hotels in Mayo, Galway & Clare. Places limited to 30 – 40 people.
Music 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. 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. The highlight is the daily ‘mini concert’ dedicated to the group. These sessions will feature local musicians who will share music and stories in an informal and intimate environment. For further information on tours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.WildAtlanticMusicTours.com .
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