10th October – The White Horse – Ballincollig, Cork 

Emma is joined by Nathan O’Regan and a host of brilliant musicians from Ireland North and South for this special intimate night at the White Horse in Cork 

Tickets: €15 plus booking fee

12th October –  “Be Yourself”: Hope Café – Shannon, County Clare

A Mental Health Awareness Week event: Emma Langford, Sara Ryan and David Hope with the support of Shannon Gospel Choir

Tickets €10 – text 086 338 2038 to book 

24th October – Bar Bobu – Berlin, Germany

Emma Langford Trio with Robert John Hope at Bar Bobu, Berlin

Doors 7pm, Start time 9pm 

26th October – Malzhaus Plauen  – Plauen, Germany

Emma Langford Trio, award nominee concert 

Tickets: €15

8th November – Nenagh Arts Centre – Nenagh

Emma Langford with featured guests Lucia & Maria take the stage at Nenagh Arts Centre – the location for the music video for Goodbye Hawaii. A unique and intimate night of original Irish folk and pop. 

Tickets: €12.50 / €15

15th November – Centre Culturel Irlandais – Paris

Emma joins trad/folk trio Socks in the Frying Pan at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris for her first ever show in France

Tickets: €12/15

22nd November – A Night in Aid of Kate O’Donnell – Na Piarsaigh, Limerick

Emma has rallied the support of musicians local and national for this very special hometown show in aid of Kate O’Donnell who is currently undergoing treatment for a rare form of liver cancer – please visit her family’s crowdfunding page to find out more:

Tickets €20 

28th November – Folk ‘n’ Soup Club: The Washerwoman – Ballina, Tipperary

Emma and her good pals Hatchlings, Alec Brown and Aodán Coyne take over the snug environs of The Washerwoman for a night of lovely tunes

Tickets €10 available on the door

14th December – 100 Club: The Duncairn, Belfast

BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winner Josie Duncan makes her Duncairn debut, alongside RTÉ Radio 1 Emerging Folk Artist of the Year Emma Langford.

The Duncairn House Band will provide the backdrop with resident musician Conor Caldwell, Dan Byrne-McCullough, and Matthew Jacobson. The show explores a variety of musical styles from the iconic Irish and Scottish folk music revivals through to contemporary and popular music. Songs are carefully selected to reflect themes of community, development and modern life in Ireland.

Tickets £14 max capacity 100, early booking advised; No Single Use Plastic (bags, bottles, straws)

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