Outdoor music festival coming to Dublin in May

by Rachel Cunningham
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Dublin’s first outdoor folk and traditional music festival, Féile Nasc, will be returning to Marlay Park in Rathfarnham on Saturday, May 21, writes Rachel Cunningham. 

This one-day family-friendly festival, which aims to celebrate the “nasc” (bond) between community, nature and traditional and folk music and language, will have two stages for attendees to enjoy local musicians and some from further afield.

This year’s festival will be headlined by artist Paul Brady, along with Inni-K, Daoirí Farrel, Caitlín & Ciarán, The LoCal with Ciarán Tourish & James Delaney, The Bonnymen, Steo Wall, Rónán Ó Snodaigh, Bridghe Chambeul & Jamie MUrchadh, Nuadán, The Dublin Lasses, Sisterix, Aidan Connelly, Cathal Croke, Eoghan ó Ceannabháin and Ultan O’Brien, among many others.

Activities for children will be provided throughout the day, including workshops from Kila’s Rossa O Snodaigh and Scoil Foraoise na hÉireann (Irish Forest Schools Association).

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