The first Baltimore Fiddle Fair took place in 1992, and while it may have changed a little in size and a lot in stature since then, some things remain constant: the world-class music, the friendly atmosphere, and Liam Cotter. 

We have had over 300 concerts here over the past 32 years and bar the very odd exception, Liam has been at them all.

Come along on this leisurely stroll around the village with the king of the Fiddle Fair. You'll visit the sites of previous festivals, listen to stories about the early days, the memorable gigs and characters, the highlights, the mishaps and the late-night shenanigans. 

  • Weather Permitting. Duration 1 hour approx.            
  • Free . No Booking Required. Just Rock Up!

* This walk may also take place at 2am some night over the weekend:-)


12th May 11:00

at Assemble in the Square