A CARAVAN pitched up outside the Armada Hotel at Spanish Point in County Clare has become a hit venue for fans of traditional Irish music.
The Céili Caravan was introduced as part of the Armada Festival of Music and Dance during this year's Willie Clancy Week which runs from the 1st to the 10th of July.
The festival provides 10 days of Set Dancing, Social Dancing, Céili and Trad sessions in pubs and venues in the locality.
Willie Clancy Week is a week-long summer school in traditional music and set dance held annually at Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare.
The festival commemorates the town's best-known uilleann piper, Willie Clancy, and has been running since just after his death in 1973.
The Ceili Caravan is one of several venues being used as part of this year's line-up, as the video reveals the young men and women giving it holly inside the tiny specially kitted-out mobile home.
Watch the session in the caravan here:
Ceili Caravan in full swing, Hup!
Posted by Armada Spanish Point on Tuesday, 5 July 2016
Aoibhín Garrihy shared this picture of the caravan's retro interior on Twitter:
— Aoibhín Garrihy (@AoibhinGarrihy) July 3, 2016