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  • Hosted by Comhaltas na Dúglaise, the weekend-long festival of Irish music and dance starts today, May 10 and runs through to Sunday, May 12. 
  • Cork Airport is proud to support Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí 2024 and the promotion of Irish culture.

Cork Airport has today announced its partnership with Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí which takes place this weekend in Douglas Village, Cork. The weekend-long festival, which is organised and hosted by Comhaltas na Dúglaise will showcase the best of Irish music, dance, and culture in the county of Cork. 


Starting today, Friday, May 10 and running through to Sunday, May 12, the extensive programme of events includes a Fleadh Céilí in association with Craobh Proinnsias Uí Néill, comórtaisí (competitions) for under-12, 12-15 and 15-18 age categories, fleadh sessions, a special aifreann na fleidhe (Fleadh Mass) and other group performances. All the events are taking place within the surrounds of Douglas Village, across venues including Douglas GAA Hall, Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas Village Shopping Centre, and local bars. 

In announcing the partnership with Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí 2024 and Comhaltas na Dúglaise, Niall MacCarthy, Managing Director at Cork Airport said:

We’re really proud to sponsor Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí. Regularly, throughout the year, we feature Irish musicians playing in our terminal. Whether it is Christmas welcomes, St. Patrick’s Day festivities or just holiday musical celebrations, our passengers love a bit of Irish music to welcome them home. This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to the wonderful Barry Cogan and all at Comhaltas na Dúglaise for all that they do to promote Irish culture, particularly at Cork Airport.” 

Barry Cogan, Cathaoirleach of Comhaltas na Dúglaise said:

Ahead of this weekend’s Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí, it is great to have the support of Cork Airport. We are very grateful to Niall MacCarthy and all the team for their support. Comhaltas na Dúglaise have a great programme of events across the weekend and each of these events are free to attend. For anyone in the vicinity of Cork city this weekend, we’d like to extend an invitation to come and enjoy the fantastic music and dance that will be on show.”

For more information about Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí 2024, visit their website