Dáithí ag caint le Theresa O'Grady i Sligeach.

Dáithí and TG 4 on the road ahead of Fleadh Cheoil

TG4 embrace the fleadh every year and for 2022, they’re celebrating “the world’s largest festival of Irish music, song and dance returns to the place where it all began in 1951, Mullingar”.

This morning in a media release, the TV channel says: “For eight days, the streets will be bustling with performers, music lovers and those competing at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.

“Over the next four weeks our presenters, Dáithí Ó Sé and Doireann Ní Ghlacáin will travel the highways and byways, taking viewers on a trip across the four provincial finals in Sligo, Laois, Limerick and Tyrone.

“On Sunday July 10, we’re in Sligo town for the Connacht Fleadh."

Amhranaí Niamh Farrell le Téada, Connelly's Pub, Sligo.

“Performing on this show are Téada, The Unwanted, Rick Epping, Teresa O’Grady and friends, Leonard Barry (piper) along with newly crowned Connacht champions who will be making their way to Mullingar for the Fleadh Cheoil na Éireann at the beginning of August.”

The coming weeks will feature Fleadh Cheoil from the other provinces and TG4 will be broadcasting live from Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Mullingar on August 5, 6 and 7 of at 9.30pm each night.

Dáithí ag caint le Óisín MacDiarmada ón ngrúpa Téada in Sligeach.
Samantha Harvey ag damhsa le Téada.
Téada, Connelly's Pub, Sligo.