Mór Music & Arts Trail, a new two-day celebration of music, spoken word and comedy on Arranmore Island. BOOK HERE

Our good friends at Swell Music & Arts Festival are taking a sabbatical for 2019 but Earagail Arts Festival is delighted to announce a new music and arts trail on Arranmore on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July, with a series of live music performances, comedy and spoken word, day and night across five venues on one of Ireland’s most stunning islands along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Commencing with Day 1 on Saturday afternoon, some of the finest Irish solo artists including Oscar Jennings, Conor Mason and Leila Jane will take to the stage at Neilys on the road west on the island, whilst during the afternoon, Phil Bans plays host to The Green Island’s legendary traditional session and Dublin folk group Martello. Day 1 culminates in a special late night Mountain Stage at Earlys with Donegal’s own Eve Belle and a welcome return to the island by Dundalk’s Accidents In The Workplace.

Day 2 of the Mór Music & Arts Trail presents a programme of international Gaelic culture. Commencing with an afternoon of Irish and Scottish Gaelic song and spoken word with Rody Gorman, Hamish McLeod, Josie Duncan and Signy Jakobsdottir, Thatchers of the Acropolis, Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde agus aíonna speisialta, more music from The Green Island and Martello in Phil Bans, the second day will draw to a close with the acclaimed poet Stephen James Smith, Diane Ní Chanainn (Diane Cannon) & Manus Lunny, Clann Mhic Ruairí and headlined by Ríoghnach Connolly and Ellis Davies’ seven-piece funk outfit, Honeyfeet at Earlys.

We look forward to welcoming you on Arranmore Island for Mór Music & Arts Trail (20th & 21st July). Day ticket €11, weekend ticket €21 (€1 from each day/weekend ticket sold going to Arranmore RNLI). For tickets call Tel + 353 (0) 74 91 20777 or BOOK HERE

Important Information

Limited camping at the Glen Hotel. €5 per tent. To book please contact the Glen Hotel Tel +353 (0) 74 95 20505

Late night RED ferry on Saturday 20th July at 2am. For bookings visit www.arranmoreferry.com

Late night BLUE ferry on Sunday 21st at 2am. For bookings visit www.arranmorefastferry.com

For more accommodation and island information visit www.arainnmhor.com

Please note: Burtonport Summer Festival opens on the same weekend and parking will be extremely restricted in the village. Car-pooling or being dropped off highly-recommended; otherwise please treat the area with respect when choosing a location to park your vehicle.

Earagail Arts Festival is funded by Arts Council Ireland, Donegal County Council, Wild Atlantic Way and Fáilte Ireland