Traditional musicians travelled from near and far to enjoy a weekend of live music in Derrygonnelly as the annual Eddie Duffy & Mick Hoy Memorial Traditional Music Festival took over the village.

The festival kicked off on Friday, October 13 with the opening concert in Derrygonnelly Community Centre, followed by music sessions in the local pubs which continued throughout the weekend. Other highlights included the art workshop with Michelle Duffy of Camlake Canvas, the Dianchúrsa an Fhómhair intensive Irish language course, the re-release of singer Rosie Stewart's first album 'Rosey Drops of Dew', the young musicians showing their talents in the Junior Session and dancing with Sean Nós.

A great weekend of entertainment was enjoyed by all in attendance.