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Year-round on the Wild Atlantic Way you’ll find pubs, venues and festivals showcasing Ireland’s particular love of music. Sea Sessions is a festival favourite that takes place every June in the popular seaside town of Bundoran, County Donegal, attracting thousands of music lovers and beach sports enthusiasts alike. Plenty of local acts as well as international artists like Kelis and Primal Scream feature on the yearly lineup.
Masters of Tradition in West Cork is renowned for its bespoke traditional music concerts, which take place over five days in a number of venues in the busy market town of Bantry.
In Galway City, the legendary Roisin Dubh live music venue maintains an enticing calendar of top entertainers, while Matt Malloy’s in Westport, County Mayo is just one of several dozens along the route that actively features the best in Irish trad.
Bars, pubs and nightclubs along the route featuring live acts.
Daithí reveals how the Wild Atlantic Way has become a source of musical inspiration.
Now in it’s 14th year, Sligo Live celebrates folk roots and indie music on the last weekend in October.
Critically-acclaimed Irish band Walking On Cars talk about what they love most about the region.