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We are excited to announce our Main Music Stage lineup for this year’s Tinahely Show.

With our Headline Act,

Country Music Star Olivia Douglas and her Band on stage at 3:00 p.m.

So head to our Main Stage for a fantastic line-up of acts
to keep you entertained throughout the day. 


The schedule for the Main Music Stage is -

12:30 p.m. - Tinahely CCE and Caroline Fleming School of Irish Dance

A fantastic display of traditional Irish music and dancing.







1:00 p.m. - Theresa and The Stars

Tony and Theresa Kehoe will be celebrating 47 years of playing music this year. Formed in 1972  Theresa and The Stars have been playing the Social Dancing, Weddings, Parties, Concerts, and Pub scene since. They have toured  Ireland and England and the highlight of their career was playing on Two's Company Live Video from The Breamer Rooms Dublin in 1990. Their first recording was in 1990 for the World Cup a song written by the late Des Wilson of the Cotton Mill Boys especially for the World Cup competition for RTE. Their Albums to date are Curracloe By The Sea, Mist Upon The Morning, The Wexford Heart, Tony and Theresa Favourites, 40 Years On, Underneath The Lights, and James Connolly.  Still as popular as ever on the music scene the present Band members are Tony on Drums and Vocals, Theresa on Bass Guitar, Accordion, Vocals, and Sound, and Andrew Smith on Keyboards. They are very popular as a backing band around the South East where they have backed all the top Country Artists.  Tony is the Voice of South East Radio Country and Irish Show where he presents Monday to Friday from 6 to 8 pm, Saturday from 7 to 10 am, and Sunday from 11 am to 1 pm.  




At the tender age of 14, County Wicklow native Jack left an indelible mark with his debut song "Dreaming of You." This song swiftly climbed the ranks and still resonates today with over 2 million streams on Spotify. 


Jack's music is a heartfelt tribute to his idols, including Johnny McEvoy, Luke Kelly, and The Dubliners, while also following the footsteps of contemporary Irish singers like Mike Denver, Jimmy Buckley, and Michael English. His musical journey began with a family gifted recording session, leading to his first hit that still regularly graces radio airwaves (“Dreaming Of You”).


Today, 19 year Jack is all set to enthrall his listeners once again with his latest offering, "One More." This song is a testament to Jack's growth as an artist, having co-written it with his producer Wayne Thorose one afternoon during a recording session. A fun, lively and energetic song, it mixes both the traditions of Irish folk and Country music which will appeal to both younger and older fans alike. "One More" is now available on all streaming platforms and airing on radio stations, ready to win hearts worldwide. 





3:00 p.m. - Country Music Star - Olivia Douglas and Her Band

When you find yourself with a hit single that everybody associates just with you, and fans want to hear every time you perform, that tends to be a pretty good sign. For Olivia Douglas, that  signature song is 'Leaving Tipperary', and it's just one of many reasons the girl from Ferbane in the Faithful County of Offaly has to smile about over the last number of years.

Since first coming to national attention as a contestant on TG4's Glór Tire in 2016, Olivia has quietly but quickly established herself as one of the brightest young talents on the Irish country scene, to the point where she is now one of the most sought after performers. The year 2019 seen Olivia tour nationally and internationally with both Nathan Carter and Derek Ryan, as well as adding to her collection of awards, having been recognised as one of Irish country music's leading entertainers at the Sunday World Music & Entertainment Awards, the Hot Country Awards, and the Keltic Country TV Irish Entertainment Awards.

It's not just Olivia's captivating voice which has earned her so much attention from country fans and country radio in all four corners of Ireland, and beyond these shores, too. When it comes to bringing a room alive to the magical sound of the accordion, Olivia is without a doubt, talented and gifted in her ability to belt out tunes from all different genres of music. 

Olivia's nuanced vocal skills, and her unique tone, aims straight for the listener's heart, and with a gentle precision granted only to a few, those skills find their target every time. This ability, coupled with her always easy-going and friendly personality, makes this midlands lady a firm fan-favourite on concert stages, in dancehalls, and wherever else her musical journey takes her.

As a contestant on Glór Tire, Olivia was mentored by an iconic figure in Irish country, Johnny Cash's 'Woodcarver' duet partner, Sandy Kelly. During her time on the show, Olivia welcomed the opportunity to open concerts for various artists and established stars in the scene. As well as these moments offering hints of oncoming success, they also displayed how Olivia's talent easily transcends to other genres by conquering hearts and winning admirers among both traditional and folk audiences. 

More recent and successful singles" A Hug or Two" and "First Impressions" proved to be familiar favourites with the public and across the national radio stations. Olivia is currently working on an exciting new album, incorporating tracks including the accordion, not forgetting the popular and endearing single " A Hug or Two".

Olivia is looking forward to meeting and greeting all of the people who have supported  her on her journey to  date and also making new friends along the way!




5:00 p.m. - Alistair Fingleton

Reaching the semi-final of TG4’s hit Country Music show Glór Tíre , has already given The Kildare singer's career a real boost. Since he first appeared on the show, his diary has started to fill up, and his popularity on the dance scene has gone from strength to strength. 

A highlight from his appearance on the show was reuniting with his old school friend, Irish Country star Michael English, who is also from Castledermot. Michael was Alistair’s mentor on the show and the pair duetted on ‘Rock’n’Roll Kids’, the Brendan Graham penned ode to music and friendship.

The 43-year-old mechanic by day, has always had a love of country music and has performed in bands from a young age, with a number of singles already released and his latest recording 'Tossing & Turning' proving very popular across the airwaves the future is very bright for Alistair on the Irish Country Scene. 


Shake out your dancing shoes for a great day of music and dance on our giant dance floor and make it a day to remember!