BOXING Day sees the return of Gerry and Pat, the top bar band from Tyrone, to Mahon's Hotel, Irvinestown.

The duo play a range of music to suit all tastes, from country to pop and young to old.

Gerry Cunningham, lead singer with More Power To your Elbow fronts the band and Pat Casey is a well renowned fiddler.

On Sunday The Tractor Boys take to the stage in Mahon’s lounge.

One of the top Celtic rock bands from Donegal, they play a lot of the old classics.

The following day, Monday, December 28, a new rock band from Fermanagh, The Islanders will perform.

The band is made up of Mark Maguire on drums and vocals, Barney Lawn on Fiddle and vocals and Ian Smith on lead guitar.

Tuesday, December 29, The Whistling Donkeys are back in Mahon’s after their big night at the Christmas party night .

Rockhill Ramblers are a five piece band hailing from county Donegal. Over the past few years they have been playing in pubs, festivals, dances and weddings around the country . With their instruments including Banjo, Mandolin, Accordion,

Acoustic guitar, drums and bass, they play everything from The Dubliners, Horslips to Amy McDonald and of course some new age trad.

The local six-piece have gained the reputation as one of the most exciting bands in the country. The band is comprised of Fergal McAloon on lead vocals and bodhran, Stevie Corrigan on guitar, backing vocals, Tómas Quinn on banjo, backing vocals.

On New Years Eve meanwhile, it’s a two band show in Mahon’s hotel.

The ever popular Vincy Walmsley plays in the bar. Vincy is playing to packed bars all over the country since and is always popular in Mahon’s Hotel.

Joe Moore will perform in the restaurant.

Joe worked in the building industry for many years, continuing with this work while he built his audience.

In 1997 he turned to music as a full-time occupation.

Hear him live in Mahon’s on New Years Eve with a piper to bring in the New year.