Get along to Moniaive this weekend!


7 May 18
by Nathon Jones

Moniaive Festival Parade

Make sure you get along to Moniaive this weekend for the 17th Moniaive Folk Festival which takes place over the 10th-13th May and features, among many others, the Jarlath Henderson Band, Ross Ainslie & the Sanctuary Band and Moishe’s Bagel.

As well as the fabulous concerts and sessions there's also lots for families and children to get involved in including a Parade making workshop followed by the Festival parade which, this year, is Forest Animals Disco themed!  There's also puppets, circus skills, theatre and dancing including the family ceilidh.

Moniaive Folk Festival

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