Féile na Bealtaine, the Dingle Peninsula’s annual arts’ festival, has announced another packed line-up of events for its 2011 outing which takes place from April 28th-May 2nd. The festival commemorates the old Celtic festival which divided the year into two – Ó Samhain go Bealtaine.
Ó Bealtaine go Samhain. and promises a fiery mix of arts, culture and politics. It is a fiery mix of the arts and politics and as always, the Féile will bring the best of music to West Kerry, including Julie Feeney, the award-winning singer songwriter.
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