"... always remember to forget the things that made you sad and never forget to remember the things that made you happy ..."


-The Triskells and Nemhain opened the show "The Lord of the Dance, Dangerous Game" in Mexico on February 13, 2017 at the Pepsi Center CDMX.

-Presentation at the San Pablo Cultural Center (Juan León Mariscal sound library) in Oaxaca by the Harp Helú Foundation January 2019.

-Concert at the Teopanzolco Cultural Center in Cuernavaca Morelos February 2019

-Participation in the Desert Festival 2019 in the municipality of Matehuala San Luis Potosí (Othón Theater) in June 2019

-Presentation at the Zacatecas Festival of International Folklore (Forum of Fusion Music of Universal Cultures, Miguel Auza square) in Zacatecas August 2019

-Presentation at the Tlayacapan Cultural Festival and Yecapixtla International Cecina Festival both in the state of Morelos in November 2019

-Concert in CaSa (Center of the Arts of San Agustín) in Etla Oaxaca in September 2016 and May 2017

-Presentation in the center of Xilitla San Luis Potosí in the festival of Holy Week 2017.

-Participation in the XXXIII cultural festival Taranda October 2014 in Guanajuato.

-Participation in the International Fair of Friendly Cultures 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2019 on the main stage of the Zócalo Capitalino and Bosque de Chapultepec CDMX representing the Irish embassy in Mexico.

-Representing the Irish embassy in Mexico in the 7th. and 12th. Festival of Foreign Communities in the state of Querétaro, Parque Bicentenario March 2014 and Estadio Corregidora April 2019

-Participation in the Festival of Music Festival 2014, 2015 and 2016 organized by the French Alliance of Mexico.

-Intervention at the 2013 FOMA festival in Ezequiel Montes Querétaro

-Participation in Festivals with medieval and Celtic themes in the former Hacienda de Santa María Regla in Huasca Hidalgo, medieval festival Mexico in the British American museum, Medieval Festival of the Marquise, Kamelot Classics, Celtia, Celtic Fest Mexico and San Patricio Fest Mexico.

Opening The Lord of the Dance in Mexico