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We would appreciate the opportunity to perform at your next event or festival. Please take a moment to listen to our samples and read some of the quotes below.

The Kells take traditional instruments, tunes and songs and mix them with original and rock music to create an experience which competes with contemporary music, and at times surpasses it in the ways that only Traditional Irish music can.

Feel free to email us to discuss the possibilities. We look forward to working with you and help make your next event a great success.

Click here to download our sample contract, and click here to download our stage plot.


“I travel the world with groups like The Chieftains and Cherish the Ladies and I can assure you, you’ll find no better Irish Musicians anywhere, than The Kells.”

– John Timm, World Champion Irish Step Dancer


“This is one of the most talented group of musicians to hit the Celtic Music Scene. Their spectacular performances never fail to stun the audience. Influenced by their extensive backgrounds from Folk and Traditional Irish, to Hard Rock, they create a sound which has a uniquely creative twist to an otherwise familiar tune, as well as original tunes that hit the soul like a long lost friend. This band will take the Celtic Scene by storm with their fast paced, high energy sound, that grabs the interest of music lovers of all types.”

– Pat Byrne, Byrnes Pub, Dublin Irish Fest Committee Member


“Some events are stamped into one’s consciousness to remain there forever. For me seeing The Kells play live for the first time was one such event. I watched three musicians… appear on stage and commence to play and weave their magic. Magic it certainly was – music that flowed on an ethereal and cerebral plane driven by some kind of celestial energy. It tripped the dancers feet into action, but it also went beyond and rested in some secret interior place. It was spirited music, Celtic music for mind and body and somewhere else in between. It was to quote Van Morrison ‘inarticulate speech of the heart’.”

– John O’Regan, Irish Music Magazine, Ireland