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Songs for the 18th – 19th August Irish Dancing Competitions – VIDEOS

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by PATRICIA MCNAMARA


Heading to Ontario this weekend for Feis Baile Na Ros or New York for the Southern Tier Feis? How about Michigan for the Great Lakes 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 here and share your results!


“Summertime in Ireland” – Daniel O’Donnell
It will be a lovely day for sure after listening to this sunny tune.

“Ireland for the Summer” – Matt Keane
Forget about hearing the music in Ireland! Get ready to listen to it all day at the feis.  

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“Song for Ireland” – Mary Black
This soothing song is perfect to stretch to.

“Summer in Dublin” – Bagatelle
Wind down on the ride home with this mellow beat.  

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