An Tón Lugnasadh Festival Aug 4th 2013 – 9am till midnight


An Ton Lugnasadh Festival Aug 4th 2013 – 10am till midnight

Lugnasadh Feast and Ritual, Workshops and performances – Music, Dance, Healing, Spirituality, Art,

Below is the festival programme. 35 euro entrance fee includes all workshops and food (bring lunch). The day will start at 10am and finish at midnight. Times of individual items will be announced nearer the festival date.


We will be traveling to a beautiful wild woodland area nearby for the early evening Lugnasadh Ritual with Rev Helen Webb, Interfaith Minister and Spiritual Counceller, Celebrant, Psychic, Trance Channel. Find out more about Helen Webb Rev Helen Webb BA


Morning Ritual and attunement – Helen Webb

World Circle Dance – Jean Parker

Shamanic Journeying – Christy Coote

Yoga for All – Bernadette King

The Celtic Deities – Experience the archetypes, their historic relevance and their functions -Liam Mac Amhailia and Helen Webb

Kindermusic (Young children’s music workshop) with Anita

Dave Rock – Performance Poet


A Special Lugnasadh Feast after the main Lugnasadh ritual and before the evening’s live entertainment, with vegetarian options.

Live Entertainment

An Anu – live music

Dave Rock – Performance Poet

Shauna Mac Amhailia – Faery inspired accoustic originals

Accoustic Africa – Accoustic duo from “Roots of Africa” Galway’s Congalese dance band

Surprise guest artists


4 Responses to An Tón Lugnasadh Festival Aug 4th 2013 – 9am till midnight

  1. Pingback: An Ton Lugnasadh Festival Aug 4th 2013 – 9am till midnight | An Ton Studios

  2. Kieran Burke says:

    What do you mean when you say Food is included but bring your own lunch?

    • Good question. I’d prefer it if we could keep the all day cafe idea but not sure if we have our old chef? I heard
      He may not return, gossip travels!

      • Good News Everyone, Cieran’s Cafe is definitely booked for the Lugnasadh Festival on Aug 4th! All day food and drink is included in the entrance fee of 35 euros, 25 euros for the “Sonke!” members who are singing at the festival.

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