The Con Curtin Music Festival is a traditional music festival in the heart of Sliabh Luachra. Running since 2001, it features concerts, pub trail, busking competitions, fiddle recitals, traditional mass and music workshops. The scenic North Kerry Village of Brosna, on the Cork/Kerry/ Limerick border is the perfect location for this festival, which attracts huge crowds each year from at home and abroad due to the high calibre of musicians who attend. The festival offers something for all age groups and is hugely popular with musicians on the trad music scene, many of whom return each year to enjoy the atmosphere and traditional Irish music that Brosna has to offer. The festival is held to honour the renowned Brosna fiddle player, Con Curtin, who passed away in recent years. From its small beginnings, the event has carved out a great reputation for attracting top-class acts such as Téada, De Dannan and Sliabh Notes.