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Tune in to Philip King's 'The South Wind Blows' from Donegal

Philip King

Philip King's 'The South Wind Blows' RTE Radio 1 music programme, live from Attica Audio Recording Studios, Termon, Sunday July 20th. & 27th.

On Thursday night last, July 17, as part of Earagail Arts Festival, Philip King of 'Other Voices' and Scullion fame, recorded two editions of his popular RTE Radio 1 music show, 'The South Wind Blows', before an enthusiastic Festival audience at Tommy McLaughlin's wonderfully appointed... Read more.


Danny Meehan

Cairdeas na bhFidiléirí or the ‘friendship or association of fiddle players' are holding their Donegal Fiddle Summer School in Glencolmcille from Monday 4th August to Friday 8th August 2014.

Cairdeas na bhFidiléirí was... Read more.

The 37th annual Ballyshannon Folk and Traditional Music Fesitval takes place next August Bank Holiday Weekend (Thursday 31st July - Sunday 3rd August 2014) and the sounds of traditional & folk music will echo from the streets, pubs and... Read more.

Donegal Town

Discover, Dine & Delight in Donegal Town 22nd - 24th August 2014

This is the 6th year of this three day celebration of great food and drink with... Read more.


The MacGill Summer School has been in existence for thirty two years and in that time has grown from modest beginnings to being one of the most important fora for Ireland for the analysis of topics of national interest.

Founded by Dr Joe... Read more.

Image Courtesy of Adrian Ferry

One of Ireland’s most famous and fabulous annual events takes place here in Donegal every July. Loved the world over, the Mary from Dungloe festival attracts audiences from throughout the globe. The Mary from Dungloe Festival takes place this... Read more.

The Crowd Enjoying the Festival last year

The Clonmany Festival is a week long family event taking place from Sunday 3rd August to Sunday 10th Aug 2014. This festival is an annual family event of summer fun for all ages.  Clonmany Festival is one of Irelands longest running and best... Read more.