Cobh Blues Experience a great success

The Cobh Blues Experience took place from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th September. Cobh was alive to the rhythm of blues with free bands playing at ten venues over 3 days. Saturday was Family Day in the Promenade with live music on the bandstand and free children’s entertainment. 

Friday 24th September 2010  
Ryans 5 – 7pm Aaron Curtis
Ryans 9.30pm     Catriona Fallon & Band
Rob-Roy 9.30pm  Doctor Dec & Side Effects
Mauritania 9.30pm  Shangri La
Tarrants Bar 9.30pm  The Alamo Bandits
Kellys Bar 9.30pm  The Ben Poole Band
Bellavista Hotel 11pm – Late  Karl & Sean Long
The Crow’s Nest To  Be Confirmed  
Saturday 25th September 2010  
2pm  – 5.30pm   Family Day in the Promenade where there will be Face Painters, Balloon Artist, and Bouncing Castles. Live music on Bandstand by Cobh Blues Club and Local Young Talent.
Mauritania 5pm – 7pm Paul Hannon
  9.30pm  The Blues Lane
Ryans Bar 6pm – 8pm Alessio
  9.30pm The Alamo Bandits
Well House 9.30pm Cold Shot
Rob- Roy 9.30pm The Ben Poole Band
Tarrants 9.30pm The Vipers
Kellys 9.30pm Catriona Fallon & Band
Commodore Hotel Jack Doyle Room  11pm- Late    The Swinging Blue Cats
The Quays Bar 9.30pm The Famous Blue Rainbow
Bellavista Hotel 11pm – Late The Blues Corner
(Yossi Valdimir & Gary Baas)
Sunday 26th September 2010  
Ryans Bar 2pm   Aaron Curtis
Ryans Bar  8.30pm   Cobh Blues Club
with Guest Aaron Curtis
Quays Bar 2.30pm    Martin Evans
Mauritania 4pm The Blues Lane
Mauritania 8pm Paddy & John
Well House 5pm The Totalers
Kelly’s 5pm – 7pm Ziggy
Kelly’s 9pm Dirty Secret
Commodore Hotel O’Shea’s Bar 9pm Catriona Fallon & Band
Rob – Roy 9pm Cold Shot

More Cobh News and Events

All Aboard! The Cruise Liner Schedule for 2023 Has Been Announced

The cruise liner schedule for Cobh is packed with exciting and diverse options, from small luxury ships to massive ocean liners. Visitors can choose from a range of itineraries that explore the stunning natural beauty of Ireland’s coastline, as well as its rich cultural heritage and historic landmarks.

Read More »