On behalf of all of the Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann Drogheda Team, we’d like to thank all those who helped make this year’s Fleadh a huge success.

As we begin our preparations for Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2019, the people of Drogheda  will be asked to welcome some of the many thousands of visitors expected to attend during the summer into their homes.

Stay tuned to our website for more information.


If you are not familiar with the geography of the northeast, click this google maps link to get your bearings.

Drogheda is the central point of the Fleadh. It is surrounded by neighbouring towns and villages including Clogherhead, Baltray, Termonfeckin, Dunleer, Collon, Tullyallen, Slane, Donore, Duleek, Julianstown, Laytown, Bettystown and Mornington.

Ardee and Dundalk are north of Drogheda together with lots of charming villages including Annagassan, Tallanstown and Castlebellingham. Navan lies to the east while Ashbourne is on the south-east.  Dublin, Dublin Airport and a host of towns and villages including Balbriggan, Skerries, Swords are all south of Drogheda.


1Ballymakenny College
2Scoil Oilibher Naofa
3Shamrock Lodge Rugby Club
4Our Ladys College
5St. Josephs CBS
7St Brigids National School
8The Barbican
9St. Peters COI
10St Olivers Community Centre
11Scoil Aonghusa
12St Johns and St Pauls N.S.
13The TLT Theatre
14Droghedas Arts Centre
15Droichead Arts Centre BH
16Augustinian Church
17The Chocolate Factory
18Millmount Tower
19Beaulieu House
20Gerrards Church
21Highlanes Gallery
22Abbey Dance Studio