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Songs for the 24th – 25th March Irish dancing competitions – VIDEOS

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by PATRICIA MCNAMARA

Heading to Pennsylvania this weekend for the West Virginia Feis at Pittsburgh? How about New York for the Big Apple Feis? Or maybe you’re going to Massachusetts for the Forbes 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!

"Comeback Kid" - Sleigh Bells
Didn’t do so well at your last feis? Play this and you’ll start moving like this weekend’s competition is a fresh start.

“Feel So Close” – Calvin Harris
First place is so close. Nothing can stop you!

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“Brighter Than The Sun” – Colbie Caillat
Not only will this tune put you in a good mood, it will make you feel like a shooting star right before hitting the stage.

“Good Life” – One Republic
When you win, play this as your champion jam of the weekend.

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