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This is what happens when you ask people to sing in Irish at 4am

Props to the ladies belting out Óró, sé do bheatha ‘bhaile while doing the Macarena.

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MOST PEOPLE LIKE a good sing-song, especially those carried out in the wee hours (unless it’s in your neighbour’s house).

With this in mind, Ravelóid – an Irish language music festival – set up a camera in Dublin city at 4am and asked passersby to sing as Gaeilge.

Some people got really into it – and we’re glad they did.

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Props to the ladies belting out Óró, sé do bheatha ‘bhaile while doing the Macarena. You can watch the full video below.

Source: Ravelóid Ceol/YouTube

Ravelóid will take place on the grounds of Ardgillan Castle in north county Dublin on 11-11 June. The line-up includes Delorentos, Kíla and HamsandwicH. More information can be found here.

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Órla Ryan

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