Fleadh Cheoil Ros Comáin was staged in Castlecoote-Fuerty on Easter Sunday and Monday and proved to be very popular among locals and visitors alike.
The Fleadh was opened by Roscommon musician, Patsy Hanly on Sunday and continued with competitions throughout the two days. It also featured successful musical workshops in St. Ciaran’s Community Centre on Easter Monday.
Castlecoote-Fuerty enjoyed some fine spring sunshine as it welcomed traditional music lovers from all over Ireland and further afield.
There was a vintage car and tractor run through the rural villages as well as a live performance of ‘The Field’ and music from the Castlerea Brass and Reed band on the Sunday.
The organising committee, including chairman PJ Naughton and PRO Terry Leyden said they were “delighted following the phenomenally successful weekend” and wished to thank the hard working organising committee, event sponsors and visitors to the area who played their part.
The committee added that they would be “absolutely delighted” to host Fleadh Cheoil Ros Comáin in 2018.