Irish music feis returns

After a six-year break, promoter supremo Vince Power has revived the Feis Festival and it promises to bring the best in Irish and international music once again.

Mr Power launched himself into the promotion industry by opening the legendary Mean Fiddler in Harlesden High Street and since then has been behind countless events.

Taking place this Saturday and Sunday at Finsbury Park, the Feis Festival brags a plethora of well-known names including Van Morrison, The Cranberries, The Waterboys, The Undertones, Thin Lizzy, Jimmy Cliff, The Saw Doctors, Clannad and Bob Dylan, who celebrated his 70th birthday last month.

Admission for the two days is �120, or �70 for Saturday and �60 for Sunday, with special deals for registered disabled and their carers.

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