FULL DETAILS: www.celticgathering.im
A festival pass is available online only at £55 for entrance to all four concerts and to the Family Ceili after the concert on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets available at http://www.etickets.im/cc/ or at Celtic Gold, Michael Street.
In Concert at the Centenary Centre, Peel
Wed 17/07/19 – from Wales, Jamie Smith’s MABON + The Mollag Band
Thu 18/07/19 – Scottish duo Rachel Hair & Ron Jappy + Special Guests
Fri 19/07/19 – Manx-Breton Project, with Lors Landat & Thomas Moisson, David Kilgallon & Mera Royle – sponsored by Thornton Chartered Financial Planners
Sat 20/07/19 – award-winning singer from Ireland, Daoirí Farrell Trio + Peddyr Trad Trio
Taking part in ceilis on Friday and Saturday in Peel Masonic Hall and in events in the Cathedral and grounds and at the House of Manannan, as well as concerts for schools, we’re delighted to welcome special guests the
North Cornwall Ceilidh Band (featuring Merv, Alison, Jowdy and Carasek Davey from Cornwall with Eliaz Lorho-Pasco from Brittany and Scottish Highland dancer Heather Lane;
from Appalachia Randy Wilson & Gabriel Dansereau
Falkirk Piping + The Glenbervie Folk Duo – solo Scottish piper Neil Clark, who also sings and plays whistle and harmonica in the duo with clarinetist and guitarist Kathryn Grainger.
Yn Chruinnaght means the gathering, and Celtic Gathering Isle of Man helps to take that message out to even more people.
Gura mie eu son cheet as goaill ayrn ‘sy Chruinnaght ain! Thank you for coming and taking part of our gathering! It’s Celtic, and it’s here in the Isle of Man!
Plus family ceilis, outdoor entertainment and many other events!
Jerrey Souree 15 – 21 July