Trad on the Prom show dates

Ireland’s Number 1 Music, Song & Dance Experience

Performers who have captivated audiences in extraordinary and groundbreaking productons such as ‘Riverdance’, ‘The Chieftains’ and ‘Lord of the Dance’ have gathered together on ONE STAGE to present an unforgetable entertainment experience. It’s a truly remarkable experience suitable for all ages and nationalities.


Music

Music

Trad on the Prom showcases the amazing talents of legendary musician Máirín Fahy, featured soloist with Riverdance. Máirín is joined on stage by Gerard Fahy (musical director and composer of ‘Lord of the Dance’) on the uilleann pipes, whistles and bouzouki, multi-instrumentalist Yvonne Fahy on accordion and bodhrán, producer and host Chris Kelly on guitar, concertina supremo Padraig Rynne and Colm Henry on keyboards.

Dance

Dance

The show features a stunning line-up of world champion Irish dancers including Clare Greaney (six-time World Champion), Fergal and Cathal Keaney (lead Lord of the Dance), Colm Conneely, Anne Marie Keaney, Aoife Ni She, Dara Kelly and Ronan O’Connell (Tik-tok stars from Cairde).

Song

Song

Singers include Eurovision star Marc Roberts, Multi- AIMS winner Sean Costello, The Chieftains vocalist Yvonne McMahon, Michelle Lally (Women of Ireland), Don Stiff (Cherish the Ladies) and Frank Naughton (Duo Voce).

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Trip Advisor

Ranked by TripAdvisor as the number 1 attraction in Galway for the last eleven years. Trad on the Prom consistently proves to be the highlight for the many thousands of visitors to Ireland each year.

Irish Times

“Watching the dancers leap, the fiddle bow fly, and marvelling at the versatility, energy and brilliance of the performers, I wondered why we haven’t learned what the rest of the world evidently knows - that, when it comes to traditional music, song and dance, Trad on the Prom is in a league of its own... sheer brilliance.”Irish Times