Wild Atlantic Music Tours takes great pleasure in welcoming Sharon Shannon to the team. The award-winning musician and will lead our November 2023 tour. Besides the music, we visit counties Sligo, Mayo, Galway and the home of Traditional Music, Clare.
Join Sharon Shannon and a host of friends and experience Irish music at its best during an unforgettable trip throughout these counties along the Wild Atlantic Way. Meet some of the region’s best-known musicians as they join Sharon for ‘Ceol agus Craic’ each evening.
The tour is a 7 night cultural, sightseeing & musical experience … and more importantly, it will be great craic. Enjoy the spectacular scenery the West Coast of Ireland has to offer and visit world famous locations such as Cliffs of Moher and The Burren. We limit the time on the coach as we visit locations steeped in Irish Music such as Sligo, Doolin, Ennis & Galway. Experience a warm Irish welcome in luxury hotels on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Music and fun on the Wild Atlantic Way
Join us for a week with Sharon Shannon .. Ceol agus craic ar Slí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin
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. In every town, village and remote townland dotted along the Western Coast, there is a wealth of traditional Irish music sessions to be enjoyed. 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 such as Sharon Shannon. One of the highlights of each day is the ‘mini-concert’ held each evening which is 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 email@example.com or visit our website at www.WildAtlanticMusicTours.com .
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