Songs for the Oct. 1-2 Irish dancing competitions – VIDEOS


by PATRICIA MCNAMARA, Feis America Magazine contributor

Heading to Pennsylvania this weekend for the Ryan-Kilcoyne School of Irish Dancing Feis or the Pittsburgh Feis? What about Feis San Antonio in Texas? Or maybe Ontario, Canada for the Newmarket Feis or Oregon for the Portland Feis? Or the McLoughlin School Feis in Suffern, New York?

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!

“Tambourine” - Eve
The fast-paced beat will wake ya up. Perfect for that early car ride.


“D.A.N.C.E” – Justice
The title explains itself. Get up and get moving.


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“Fire Burning” – Sean Kingston
It will give you the motivation to push through your steps—even if your legs start burning mid set piece.


“Our Time Now” – Plain White T’s
A great pep song to play before that 2-Hand or 4-Hand because, face it, this is your team’s time.


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