Tenth anniversary of London Irish festival takes place on June 4...

Shane MacGowan, Van Morrison and Ardal ‘Father Dougal’ O’Hanlon will headline the three stages at this year’s Fleadh, the tenth anniversary of the Mean Fiddler-organised festival of Irish music and culture in London N4 Finsbury Park on July 10.

This year sees a Fleadh roadshow touring in the US as well as the launch of a web site ([url=] and a line-up that includes The Pretenders, The Sawdoctors and Afro Celt Sound System on the main stage, John Prine, Lonnie Donegan and John Martyn on the second stage and Dylan Moran, Tommy Tiernan and Jason Byrne on the comedy stage.

More acts have yet to be announced. Tickets are #30 and are available from‘s 24-hour ticketline on 0870 121 0125 or click here to go to our online gig guide and ticket service.


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