Dingle Global Rhythm Festival

Posted in July - Iúil

Dingle Global Rhythm Festival

Dingle's Global Rhythm Festival/Cuisle Chorca Dhuibhne is Europe's most westerly, jam-packed, fun-filled global rhythm festival! It returns for it’s seventh year, with an exciting line up of events over the weekend of 20th - 22nd of July 2018  in the beautiful town of Dingle on the west coast of Ireland.

Dingle's Global Rhythm Festival is a percussion, world music and dance festival. The Festival programme of workshops include djembe for beginners and intermediate with Louis Cesar Ewande, Kpanlogo beginners, intermediate & a Family Drum-Circle with Thomas Tetty Annang (Ghana); Bodhran with Ronan O Snodaigh and more.

Evening performances include: DJEMBE with Louis César Ewande, Éamonn Cagney and Martin Schärer; Njamy Sitson, outstanding singer and multi-instrumentalist from Cameroon. Ronan O Snodaigh (KILA), Jon Sanders and Splanc-The Dingle Carnival Band; Dance performance with Catherine Young and a Dance night with DJ Ben Ó Faoiáin.

If you love music, percussion, rhythm & dance Don’t miss Cuisle Chorca Dhuibhne. Check out the website for the full programme of events which will be announced shortly. www.cuislecd.com

Visit their Facebook page for the full programme and up to date information.

TICKETS

Festival passes and affordable accommodation are available. Visit the website for further information.  To book tickets visit Eventbrite               

3 Day Festival Pass for all events including workshops & evening performances. €107

2 Day Festival Pass for all events on Saturday and Sunday 21st and 22nd of July (including workshops & evening performances) €88

  • Address: Dingle
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  • Distance from Dingle Town: 0km
  • Nearest Town or Village: Dingle / Daingean Uí Chuis
  • Tags: dance, dingle, drumming, festival, global music, july, kerry, music, workshops, world music

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