Featuring some of the biggest names in both contemporary and traditional Irish music, The Feis Liverpool will be the biggest celebration of Irish culture the city has seen.
The Feis is being organised by music promoter Vince Power, the founder of the famous Mean Fiddler who was behind festivals such as Glastonbury, Leeds/ Reading, Tribal Gathering, Homelands, the Hop Farm; as well as the world famous Fleadh Festival. The Feis forms part of the Liverpool 2018 events programme which marks the tenth anniversary of European Capital of Culture, and will celebrate Liverpool’s unique Irish heritage.
Previously, the festival has seen acts such as Van Morrison, Chieftains, Imelda May, The Hothouse Flowers, Foy Vance, The Coronas, Aslan, Finbar Furey, Paul Brady, Hudson Taylor, The Stunning, Nathan Carter, Damien Dempsey, Dublin Legends (The Dubliners), Sharon Shannon, Mary Coughlan, and Jack L & Mundy take to the stage at Liverpool’s World Heritage Waterfront.
Feis Festival is back in Liverpool in July 2019. Catch all these and more live by checking out the festival dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.