THE Willis Clan from Nashville, Tennessee will bring their unique blend of Irish traditional music and bluegrass to Bantry on Sunday, August 12th next for a special free concert.

The family of 12 children with their parents Toby and Brenda Willis have been making waves in the USA where they are greatly appreciated for their Irish music and dancing talent.

On their way to the Fleadh Ceoil in Cavan, they have kindly volunteered to do three concerts in aid of Focus on the Family Ireland, in Bantry, Bray and Limerick.

The Willis Clan come to Bantry at the invitation of the Bantry Christian Fellowship, and will be welcomed in the Square by Mayor Kathleen Tessyman and members of Bantry Town Council.

Weather permitting; they will do a warm-up open-air gig on the Square at 3.30pm on Sunday, August 12th.

Glenilen Farm will be there to support the gig, providing complimentary Glenilen refreshments for everybody who comes out to hear the Willis Clan in the afternoon.

Later at 7.30pm the Maritime Hotel will be the venue for the two-hour concert that promises to be a wonderful evening for all the family.

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