New Orleans Irish Set Dancers
New Orleans, LA

NOLA ComhaltasNew Orleans Irish Set Dancers are a group of 20-something to 70-something amateur dancers who meet regularly for classes and ceilis. Taught by veteran set dancer Debbie Cornett, the group also enjoys occasional performances. Celticfest in Jackson is a favorite annual tradition; other performances include Celebration in the Oaks at New Orleans City Park, the North Texas Irish Festival and other regional festivals and events.  The group meets at 717 Adams St., Uptown New Orleans, most Tuesdays of the year at 6:15 p.m. If you're ever in the area on a Tuesdayevening, you're welcome to stop by. Find "New Orleans Irish Set Dancers'' on Facebook to view photos and videos and see announcements about our monthly ceilis, which are held at various locations, such as The Irish House in New Orleans and The Deutsches Haus in Metairie, La.  New Orleans Irish Set Dancers  are affiliated with the New Basin Canal Branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, an international organization dedicated to the promotion of the music, song, dance and language of Ireland. Comhaltas sponsors other activities in New Orleans, including a weekly music session on Monday nights at The Irish House, 1432 St. Charles Ave.  Email or for more information.

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