RTÉ has partnered with the Comhaltas Fleadh Cheoil na Éireann, the world's biggest gathering of traditional musicians, and among Ireland’s largest annual gatherings, to bring you the RTÉ Virtual Fleadh.
At home, on stage, on your favourite landmark (careful now), we're asking musicians young and old to share their flair using #RTÉFleadhFíorúil or #RTÉVirtualFleadh, and we'll do the rest.
There have been some great videos posted already from kids all over Ireland...
It's Fleadh Friday 🎶— RTÉ (@rte) August 7, 2020
Ronan Hynes, CCE Chronáin (Freemount), flying the flag for Co. Cork @Comhaltas playing "The Rakes of Clonmel" 👌#RTEVirtualFleadh #RTEFleadhFioruil #Fleadh2020 pic.twitter.com/xNh1iEpv1f
And it's not all music, there is plenty of dancing too...
The event was due to take place in Mullingar from August 2 to 9, and while we may not be able to Fleadh like it's 1999, RTÉ and Comhaltas will channel the epic energy of Irish traditional music at its finest, from the people that play it.
Share your videos and pics on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using #RTÉFleadhFíorúil or #RTÉVirtualFleadh.
Follow @rte on Twitter and /ExploreRTE on Facebook and Insta to watch it all play out.
And of course, RTÉ and Comhaltas are asking everyone to maintain social distance and to be mindful of all the Covid-19 advisories.