Country Dancing at Treacys West County
Our Country Dancing Weekends take place on Sundays,
with doors opening from 9pm and music kicking off at 9:30pm.
See below the upcoming Country Dancing at Treacys West County Hotel for 2022.
Since becoming ‘Treacys West County’ in 2013, we have paved the way and established ourselves as being one of the best hotels in Ennis and Clare Venues for Country Dancing. Having hosted numerous big marquee acts such as Nathan Carter, Mike Denver, Derek Ryan, Gerry Guthrie, Lisa McHugh, Patrick Feeney, Michael English, not to forget the icons of Irish Country and Western Music Big Tom, Mick Flavin, Declan Nerney, and Ray Lynam, a weekend of fun is all one can expect in our hotel in Ennis, Clare. We have some great Country Music Weekends throughout the year. Keep an eye on this page for all country music dates.
*Please note these acts are subject to change
Benefits of Country Dancing:
Reduces Stress & Tension
A long stressful day can be balanced with just half an hour of dance
Increases Energy & Improves Strength
Dancing is a completely natural and intuitive way to get your body in good shape and increase energy levels
Increases Muscle Tone & Coordination
Dancing is a wonderful way to improve muscle tone, especially for women, because it’s perfect for toning without building up too much muscle
Lowers Risk of Heart Disease
Studies show that dancing improves cardiovascular health more than cycling or walking
Dance is considered a weight-bearing exercise which can prevent osteoporosis and strengthen bones
Exercise elevates your mood by raising the endorphins or feel good chemicals. This gives you a sense of general well-being
Helps to Manage Weight
Dancing is an exceptional way to lose weight. It can burn as many calories as walking, swimming or riding a bike
Builds Confidence & Self-Esteem
Dance gives you a sense of success and achievement when you master it. It’s a great way to boost your confidence
Increases Stamina & Flexibility
Dance is a physical exercise. Exercise increases stamina and flexibility