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Daithi Guitar

from£430

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Originally from Belfast, Daithi Guitar trained at The Guildford School of Acting and, since 2015, has performed to happy audiences at countless weddings, events and private functions, both in the UK and worldwide.

Excellent guitar skills and singing voice. Our guests all commented on how much he created the perfect atmosphere with his music. Denise & Bill, Wedding, Guildford

Daithi Guitar currently holds residencies at 5* central London venues such as The Dorchester Hotel, The Rosewood Hotel (where he recently performed for Jason Mamoa!) and 45 Park Lane.

He has also been lucky enough to travel the world performing on luxury cruise ships as a solo entertainer and, as a result of this, has built an impressive repertoire to cover all ages and genres!

With a repertoire spanning the decades, Daithi Guitar is just as at home performing Otis Redding, Rod Stewart and Billy Joel as he is Avicii, Oasis, Craig David or Coldplay.

With music by The Dubliners and The Irish Rovers a popular choice from his song list, Daithi Guitar expertly covers a range of genres from the traditional to the modern. Whether your event is more 'I'll Tell Me Ma' or 'Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor', Daithi Guitar is an excellent one-stop shop for your event's musical entertainment.

Performance info

Line-up Solo guitar/vocals with loop station
Performance duration 2 x 50 minutes sets

Booking options

Extra performances
Add £60 per additional half hour
Extend the set by up to one hour

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