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A three day celebration of music, dance and culture from the eight Celtic nations.
Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Manx, Cornish, Breton, Asturian and Galician artists coming together for a unique fusion of our shared culture on the intimate setting of the Aran island of Inis Mor.
Seated concerts and readings, dance floor Ceilis and some of the best pub sessions you will ever have the pleasure of taking part in will create three days of unforgettable Celtic passion.
Tí Joe Watty’s is a welcoming local Aran islands bar with good food, music & craic. The bar is well placed in Kilronan Village, at the cross-roads to Dún Aengus and the Seal Colony. It has a lovely Beer Garden with wonderful trees which offer shade from the sun and from the wind and an open fire inside.
When you drink at Tí Joe Watty’s, you drink with the locals.
Meet The People And Enjoy The Island, The Music And The Good Food
We offer you a ‘Ceád Milé Failté’ to Tí Joe Watty’s, one of the Aran Islands Oldest and most Traditional Pubs, where you may relax and unwind in front of a warm Open Fire with a Pint of Guinness or Irish Coffee. Enjoy our beer garden and watch the world pass by.
Located at the cross-roads that lead to Dún Aengus Fort and the Seal Colony, and only a few minutes from the Pier.
You may wish to sample our ‘Traditional Aran Islands Bar Food’ of locally caught Lobster, Crab, Mussels, Fresh Fish, a variety of Meat & Vegetarian Dishes and Homemade Desserts. Lunch and dinner specials every day.
Watty’s is Famous For It’s Live Music Sessions.
Live Music Nightly: May – September
And At Week-Ends All Year.
Bar Food Daily:
Low season hours: Mon. – Fri.: Lunch 12.30 pm – 4.00 pm Dinner 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Weekends: 12.30 pm – 9.30 pm
So for the best of Craic, Food & Drinks it’s got to be Watty’s at the cross-roads.