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30th April, 2017
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Sunday, April 30

Fleadhed – Mo Bhig Fat Dirty Féile, 7pm, RTÉ One

The Irish have a distinct love affair with music festivals. From local, bespoke gatherings to gigantic crowds gathering in fields, they remain a rite of passage for many. Fleadhed charts the evolutions of the Irish music festival, and how it reflects Irish society. The documentary features stories of the Carnsore, Boys of Ballisodare and Lisdoonvarna festivals.

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