There are masses of of musical events in the Festival and tonight is no exception: Sinead O'Connor is playing the Cathedral! There's also a play and some live music at O'Shea's on Princess Street. The arts theme continues in full flow at the Irish World Heritage Centre, in Cheetham Hill, with "The Irish Almanac", featuring readings, drama, music, song and dance from the Manchester Irish Writers. As if that weren't enough, there's also a comedy night at the Frog and Bucket, featuring Martin Mor, Dave Williams, Grainne Maguire, Paul Ricketts and Caimh McDonnell.
All the above are, of course, a few miles away from Levy, which is taking a well-earned break from the musical events today after the Tradfests, sessions and film screenings! Don't fancy a trip into the city centre but like horse racing and darts? Today's a great day.
If you haven't managed to get down to Cheltenham to watch the racing - and, let's face it, it's quite a trek! - you need venture no further than Hennigan's Sports Bar to see the action live. Coverage starts at 11:30 a.m. and entry is free.
At 8pm, the single darts competition is on at the Union. Why not have a go? Again, it's free to get in.
More musical events are coming up in the next few days - and, of course, it's St Patrick's Day on Saturday!