Fleadh Cheoil comes to Wexford with O’Driscolls Irish Whiskey

The week-long celebration is expected to attract more than 700,000 visitors, bringing a huge boost to the economy of the town

Pictured: Michael Stafford Jnr, Tadhg Furlong, Michael Stafford and Tony Connolly

The 2024 Fleadh Cheoil is coming to Wexford town from 4-11 August.

Wexford brand O’Driscolls Irish Whiskey announced its collaboration with Neville Park Hotels, Crown Quarter.

O’Driscolls Irish Whiskey is bringing its daring and adventurous spirit to its ‘O’Driscolls Bar’ situated in the Crown Quarter during the Fleadh, where visitors will be able to enjoy whiskey at the ‘O’Driscolls Bar’.

‘O’Driscolls Park’, the home of Wexford Wanderers RFC, is the official campsite for this year’s Fleadh Cheoil, where O’Driscolls Irish Whiskey will have a dedicated bar.

Fleadh cheoil

The Fleadh Cheoil is the world’s largest traditional Irish music festival, and every street, lane, and corner of Wexford town will be overflowing with Irish music, culture, and entertainment. 

With official events and competitions set to take place in more than 18 different venues, bars, and pubs across the town, musicians and performers of all ages will gather for this fun-filled festival in the sunny southeast. 

The week-long celebration is expected to attract more than 700,000 visitors to Wexford, bringing a huge boost to the economy of the town. 

Colm Neville, owner, the Crown Quarter Hotel and Neville Park Hotels, said: “Our location in Wexford town will provide a unique setting where festival-goers can enjoy the finest Irish whiskey amidst the lively celebrations.”

Michael Stafford, owner, Stafford Bonded, said: “This festival is a celebration of everything we hold dear—Irish culture, music, and the convivial spirit that our whiskey embodies. As a Wexford brand, we are especially proud to support and participate in an event that will bring so much positivity to Wexford. 

“It is in our DNA to invest in grassroots initiatives that support local communities.  Fleadh goers can look forward to clan driven experiences at home in O’Driscolls Park by night and O’Driscolls Bar by day!”

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