You can watch all the craic from FleadhTV live on IrishCentral from Thursday, August 15, through Sunday, August 18. 


Want the very best of Irish traditional music and singing but can't make it to Ireland this year? IrishCentral is bringing it straight to your living room this Thursday, August 15, through Sunday, August 18, hosting FleadhTV for three hours each day. 

Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann is Ireland's biggest music festival, which welcomes 500,000 music fans every year, and it keeps on growing! 2019 sees the Fleadh return to Drogheda, Co Louth, for a second year and also the return of FleadhTV, TG4's flagship music program that brings you right to the heart of the music. 

This year, IrishCentral is teaming up with FleadhTV and TG4 to bring you more of the action and a live stream of the show running throughout the weekend right on this page. 

Watch FleadhTV live here from Thursday, August 15, to Sunday, August 18. FleadhTV is on air from 8.30 pm GMT (3.30 pm EST) until 11.30 pm GMT (6.30 pm EST) nightly: 


Read more: The Irish music festivals you can't miss this August 2019

Or you can watch a promo for the show right here: 

Broadcast live over four evenings from Thursday, August 15, to Sunday, August 18, FleadhTV is on air from 8.30 pm GMT (3.30 pm EST) until 11.30 pm GMT (6.30 pm EST) nightly, bringing you three hours of the best of Irish music. It’s fresh, it’s lively and most importantly it’s pure entertainment. 

The lineup for series seven of FleadhTV is shaping up to be one of the best yet. Acts already confirmed include the Hot House Flowers, Frankie Gavin & The Provenance, Horslips, Kilfenora Céilí Band, Lankum, Zoe Conway with Dubliners legend John Sheahan, The Stevie Dunne Band, and Altan.

The stream will go live right here each day so be sure to favorite this page and check back in throughout the weekend as the show begins. 

Have you ever attended Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann? Let us know about all the craic you had in the comments section, below. 

This August, we're celebrating Gaeilge (the Irish language) and Irish music with a series highlighting those around the world speaking and learning Irish, and playing Irish music.

Visit our dedicated music section here or our Irish language section here to read more.

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