Last weekend, following the massive Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan Irish culture, heritage, and arts and festival and competition in Ennis, Co. Clare, an impromptu trad session broke out at a local Supermac's. 

While you might normally anticipate a trad session taking place in a cozy pub with a roaring fire, the fluorescent lighting of the fast-food chain didn't stop these young musicians from giving it their all. 

Irish music in restaurant

It doesn't get any more Irish than traditional Irish music in Supermac's 😂 Video: Clare FM

Posted by IrishCentral.com on Tuesday, July 24, 2018

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According to Joe.ie, the talented musicians are Amy McNamara and Fergus Bogue from the Cnoc na Gaoithe Céilí Band, who won the Munster Fleadh Senior Céilí Band competition, and Colm Slattery.

The video was first posted by Paula Carroll, who shared it with Clare FM. It has delighted music (and Supermac's) lovers all around the world. 

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Trad session in Supermac'sPaula Carroll/Clare FM