Home town festival gig for Louise
Country music star, Louise Morrissey, will perform back in her home town of Tipperary on Thursday, May 11, for the opening night of the Tipperary Town Music Festival, which runs from May 11 to 14. Appearing as a guest performer to Cliona Hagan, the Bansha Lass says that Tipperary is her home town and that she is delighted to be sharing the stage with Cliona, who is one of the rising stars in the country music scene. The Friday night line up features The Tumbling Paddies, a young, talented and energetic six piece band from Co. Fermanagh, who have taken the music scene by storm over the past four years. Ireland's number one tribute show, Abbaesque, perform on the Saturday night while Sunday night features The Galway Boy, Mike Denver.
The four nights of music and dancing is organised by a voluntary committee with the assistance of music promoter John O'Brien, and the event will take place in a specially erected marquee on the site of the Lidl car park in Tipp Town. Tickets are available from www.tipperarytown.ie or from 087-8253139