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You can win yourself a pair of complimentary tickets for Nathan Carter’s Friday night show next weekend (May 8) in the Royal Theatre Castlebar.
One of Ireland’s biggest country singing sensations, Nathan Carter, makes a welcome return to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, for a music weekend that will have country fans up on their feet for three full days in the county town. The big weekend event starts on Friday and continues through Saturday and Sunday, May 8, 9, and 10.
Moyvalley Hotel and Golf Resort, Co Kildare recently launched their open air concert for Nathan Carter which will happen on Monday June 1.
OMG @ Zhivago is the place to go for all entertainment needs, including the latest albums for €12.99.
The hottest act on the Irish country music scene right now - Nathan Carter and his band - will pay a charity concert in the Radisson Blu, Athlone on Monday November 18 at 8pm, with proceeds in aid of the Divine Word Missionaries.
Made famous in song by local Irish country star, Declan Nerney, The Marquee in Drumlish has been revived in recent years and features the best Ireland has to offer in musical talent.
It is unusual to have a festival atmosphere on a Monday night in a west of Ireland town in early February, but that was the case in Castlebar last week, when several large band trucks arrived into town that day and set up outside the Royal Theatre. The job of unloading stage equipment and instruments started early and by 5pm all was in place for a magical Night With The Stars, hosted by Midwest Radio. And shine brightly the stars did, to a capacity crowd, who cherished each performance – including some surprise guests.
Nathan Carter is one of the brightest young singing stars to hit Ireland for many years. Here is the story so far. Nathan was born in the city of Liverpool. At the age of four he found his love for music and was given a piano accordion, which he quickly mastered. At age seven, Nathan started to enter Fleadh Ceoil competitions in accordion and singing. At 15, he won the All Ireland title for traditional singing. Nathan was determined to seek a career in the music industry, and at the age of 16, decided to leave school and follow his dream. His début album Starting Out contained such country classics as ‘Working Man;’ ‘Look At Us;’ ‘40 Shades Of Green’ and Irish standards ‘Isle Of Innisfree;’ ‘Carrickfergus’ and ‘Erin Gra Moi Chroi’.
The seventh annual Irish Entertainment Awards take place at the Tullamore Court Hotel on
For the first time, the annual Irish Entertainment Awards will be held in Tullamore this April.