McDermotts Pub in Doolin is a traditional Irish pub on Ireland's Wild Atlantic way. Doolin is known to many as the traditional Irish music capital with Irish music nightly in all pubs
in Doolin. Micho Russell, a famous Irish musician, was a native of Doolin and a festival in his name is held in Doolin each year at the end of February.
Dubhlinn features Blackie O'Connell on uilleann pipes, Cyril O'Donoghue on bouzouki and Eoghan Neff on fiddle. Regularly featuring in McDermotts on Monday & Wednesday nights from 9.30pm.
Tola Custy is well known fiddle player from Toonagh in Co. Clare. He has shared the stage with many fine musicians around Europe and often entertains us here at McDermotts.
Mark Burke on the accordian and Anthony Devitt with his banjo regularly visit here to McDermott's Pub, Doolin, County Clare.
The Russell Festival Doolin, in it's 24th Year is in remembrance of Micho Russell and his family. The festival celebrates all that is good in Irish traditional music
and promotes Irish music for young and old with performances from local and national musicians, concerts, workshops for musicians to come along and improve their trade
or even beginners to find their musical calling. Join us in 2018 from the 22-26th February in McDermotts and Doolin. For more see the Russell Festival Doolin website.