Songs for the 10th – 11th November Irish Dancing Competitions - VIDEOS


Heading to Arkansas this weekend for the River Valley Feis or South Carolina for the Lowcountry Feis? How about New Jersey for the New Jersey State Feis or Connecticut for the Horgan Academy Fall Feis? Pennsylvania for the Coyle School Feis? Or maybe you’re off to Illinois for the Chicago Autumn Feis.

No matter your competitive destination this weekend, we want to share four tunes you should add to your own playlist before lacing up and taking the stage. Best of luck to all competitors and be sure to come back and share your results with us!

“When I’m Up (I Can’t Get Down)” – Great Big Sea
You’ll feel unstoppable after listening to this.

“Dancing in Circles” – Love and Theft
Play this relaxing jam right before you go out and dance.
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“Time Flies” – Porcupine Tree
Time flies when you dance, so enjoy every second.

“Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive” – Aretha Franklin
Listen to this after a long day of feising for a positive mood no matter what.


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