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Lúnasa Festival 2021-Sing for your Supper – Music and Song Session

Lúnasa Festival 2021-Sing for your Supper – Music and Song Session
Come and share in music and song at ‘Sing for your Supper’, an evening for musicians and singers by Oriel Events in conjunction with Bluebell Lane.
Come along to the Ring of Gullion Lúnasa Festival 2021 and immerse yourself in the rich landscape, culture and heritage of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). This festival is part of the Mourne-Gullion-Strangford Aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark of events and is funded by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. To find a full list of events visit www.ringofgullion.org
You have often heard of the phrase ‘Sing for your Supper’ – well this is what you will be invited to do at the music and song session with a difference!
We welcome you to sit around an open fire within the tranquil setting of Bluebell Lane at the foot of Slieve Gullion, where you will be invited to literally ‘Sing for your Supper’ at this session led by local musicians, Pádraig Carragher and Colleen Savage.
Come and listen to song and music from South Armagh and the Ring of Gullion while you tuck into homemade gourmet vegetable stew washed down with a bottle of Slieve Gullion Cider. If you are a musician or a singer, whether you chose to sing unaccompanied, accompanied or wish to play a tune – this is the event for you!
This is the final event of the Lúnasa Festival 2021 and a fitting close as the sun sets on the festival for yet another year.
Click here to book. Booking is essential.
Cost: £20
Check out Colleen singing Slieve Gullion written by songwriter John Spillane with Padraig on acoustic guitar.

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Event Details

Lúnasa Festival 2021-Sing for your Supper – Music and Song Session takes place on August 29, 2021.
It starts at 8:00pm and ends at 11:00pm.

Event Location

Bluebell lane glamping., Tullymacreeve Road, Mullaghbawn, Newry.
Lottery Funded
NIEA DoE N&M DC Biodiversity

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