Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.4

Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band

Ringerike play a huge range of folk music for both listening and dancing to. They are no ordinary folk band. As classically trained musicians, they "put the music" into folk. With such a wide repertoire they can put on specific Irish, or Scottish ceilidhs, or play a wide range of national and international music.

You define the style of event you want - folk music ranges from some of the most moving and lyrical music in existence to wild, raucous and steamy. Ringerike love it all! Never danced before? Don't worry, our caller will guide you through. Ceilidhing is fun for all.

Note: the music samples are of Ringerike playing as a four piece band.

Either a mixture of Irish, Scottish, English, Welsh & European folk music, or we can put on a totally Irish or Scottish Ceilidh.


Wedding"All of our guests enjoyed themselves, whether dancing or watching – and we saw some people dance that we would never have imagined might give it a try! So thanks for pitching it at the right level. Many thanks"
Reception"Hope you all had a good time - we certainly did! The band was fantastic and was the icing on the cake for a really memorable occasion. Thanks again to all the crew."
Wedding ceilidh"Thanks for the music at our wedding on the 21st Sept, we thoroughly enjoyed everything that your band played and the dancing got everyone going. We had an amazing day as a result of contributions from many people, so thank you once again."
Reception"The Ceilidh band were fantastic! We all had such a good time,especially once people had got over their shyness & were gallivanting around the dance floor!!"
Silver Wedding Party"We just wanted to say a huge thank you to the musicians involved at our Silver Wedding party on Saturday. They were all fantastic! Our friends and family were very impressed with the standard and quality of music played and chosen. In fact my cousin, from Scotland, who regularly attends ceilidhs stated that "That was the best ceilidh she'd been at!." High praise indeed!"