Songs for the 3rd – 4th March Irish dancing competitions – VIDEOS


by PATRICIA MCNAMARA

Heading to Texas this weekend for the Texas State Championships and Feis or to Wisconsin for the Lavin-Cassidy Feis? How about Alberta, Canada for the Possak Feis at the Tower? Massachusetts for the North Shore Feis? Or maybe you’re going to New Jersey for the Garden State 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!

“Move Your Feet” – Junior Senior
Yes, you’ll wanna move your feet after playing this tune.


“Sweat” – Oingo Boingo
This song will get ya all antsy, adding the perfect pep to your jig steps.


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“Hung Up” – Madonna
Listen to this and you’ll start forgetting about the little things in your reel you’re currently hung up on.


“Celebration” – Kool & The Gang
No matter how well you do at the feis, play this on the drive home and you’ll instantly feel like a champ.

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