- Published on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 08:57
Fásta will be travelling to Canada for a tour from 1st - 12th August this year. We will start off at the Mill-Race Festival of Folk and Traditional Music. Through the following week we will be perform in Montreal and then onto Sherbrooke for the Festival des Traditions du Monde de Sherbrooke. More specific concert times will be confirmed soon.
- Published on Wednesday, 03 April 2013 09:51
Fásta will perform for the Gower Folk Festival in Wales this June 16th at 20.30. Sophie & Fiachra appeared at this Festival in 2010 and are delighted to be returning with Fásta. We are delighted that Patrick Doocey from Mayo will be joining us for this concert.
- Published on Wednesday, 20 March 2013 08:46
Fásta would like to give a big thanks to the organisers of Irlanda in Festa where we played from 13-16 March. On the trip were Sophie Lavoie, John McIntyre, Niall Carey and myself Fiachra O'Regan. We had a lovely time in Italy and look forward to coming back again. We would like to take this opportunity again to thank culture Ireland without whom this tour would not have been possible. The ongoing support of Culture Ireland is very much appreciated by us. We got some video footage of our show in Padova recorded and previews will be available very soon here on our video page. Many thanks to Bianco 5.6 for their excellent work in filming the show.
- Published on Friday, 22 February 2013 12:48
The dates for our performances in Italy have been announced. they are as follows:
13th, 22.30 - Palanord, Parco Nord, Bologna
14th, 23.00 - Piazza Mercatale, Urbino
15th, 21.30 - Beach 35-36, Rimini
16th, 21.30 - Granteatro Geox, Padova
- Published on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 12:48
We are proud and delighted to announce that Culture Ireland will once again be supporting us on another overseas performance. If it wasn't for the organisation our 5 week tour in NewZealand and Australia in 2011 would have been impossible. They are now supporting our mini tour in Italy this March. Many thanks to Culture Ireland for their ongoing support in the Arts.