Hats off to the brilliant team at Fleadh TV on TG4, who delivered four amazing nights of live highlights from this year's Fleadh Ceoil, in Drogheda - the sheer volume of talent on display was staggering.
We've selected a few of the highlights from the Fleadh TV broadcast - watch more here.
The great Tommy Sands collaborated on a few tunes with Muslim academic turned acclaimed sean nós singer Muhammad Al-Hussain.
Husband and wife duo Zoë Conway + John McIntyre brought the magic over the weekend with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra - here they are with Gillespie's Mazurka / The Bakers Reel / The Calgary Polka.
Fleadh TV host Ruth Smith, a fine musician in her own right, performed with her folk trio The Evertides, alongside Alma Kelliher and Ruth McGill.
A living legend, at the height of his powers: Chieftain Matt Molloy, accompanied by guitarist Shane McGowan, plays The Spider’s Web, The Boys of the Town & The Leg of the Duck.
And who says the Fleadh can't mix it up? Enter the mighty Aslan...
Incomparable sibling duo Maighread & Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill popped by the Fleadh TV studio to offer a stunning take on Pádraig Mac Niocaill's song Cumha an Fhile.
Finally, De Dannan stalwart Frankie Gavin brought the magic with his new project, the Roaring 20s Irish Orchestra, and a rousing rendition of The Contrary Reel.