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Lisa O’Neill with the National Symphony Orchestra heads up Tradition Now series at NCH

Lisa O’Neill with the National Symphony Orchestra heads up Tradition Now series at NCH


National Concert Hall’s Tradition Now Multi-Room Festival series has been announced for this November.

Cavan folk Singer-songwriter Lisa O’Neill with the National Symphony Orchestra and Scottish composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Erland Cooper are among the headliners, along with shows from This Is How We Fly (feat. Caoimhín Ó’Raghallaigh), Myles O’Reilly & Rónán Ó Snodaigh and more.

The dates are Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November 2024.

The John Field Room plays host to the beloved John Field Room Sessions over the two nights.

Full programme below:

Saturday 16 November

The Studio: 6pm Nick Hart and Tom Moore |10pm Frankie Archer

Main Stage: 7.30pm Lisa O’Neill & the National Symphony Orchestra

Kevin Barry Recital Room: 9pm Leonard Barry with Andy Morrow and Seamie O’Dowd

Sunday 17 November

The Studio: 6pm Ævestaden | 10pm This is How we Fly

Main Stage: 7.30pm Erland Cooper

Kevin Barry Recital Room: 9pm Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Myles O’Reilly

Both Nights: John Field Room Sessions


On Sale Fri 21 June 10am

Saturday 16 November – Day Ticket €30 | Sunday 17 November – Day Ticket €30 Limited Weekend Ticket Available (for 16 & 17 November) €50 – entitles the ticket holder entry to all Tradition Now concerts.

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