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LOUGH DOWN DRIVE-IN-ARTS FESTIVAL, BELFAST SATURDAY 26TH & SUNDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER 2020 CIARAN LAVERY | MY LEFT NUT ‘THEATRE SHOW’ | JOSHUA BURNSIDE | MICKY BARTLETT | DIONA DOHERTY (Derry Girls) | RONNIE GREER & THE ALMOST BIG BAND | AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM A FAR | DINO DAY OUT ‘CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE’ & MANY MORE! Tickets from £10- £20 plus booking fee, per vehicle On Sale now at; Located in the heart of Belfast at; Catalyst, Queens Rd, Belfast BT3 9DT Join us in the heart of Belfast on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th September 2020 for a weekend line-up of feel-good entertainment including music, comedy, children’s shows and arts while following social distancing guidelines from the comfort of your own vehicle. Acts confirmed include theatre show ‘My Left Nut’, musicians Ciaran Lavery, Joshua Burnside and Ronnie Greer with full band, ‘Dino day out’ for the little ones and comedians Diona Doherty and Micky Bartlett. We are also very happy to present with Crossland.IE ‘And So I Watch You From Afar’ which is guaranteed to be an exciting night. While lockdown and social distancing makes conventional gigs impossible, the Lough Down Festival is a creative alternative and much-needed opportunity for culture fans to safely engage with the arts. The festival also showcases Northern Irish talent providing a boost to local arts organisations, suppliers and individuals scrambling to replace lost income. Audiences will take part in the interactive event from the comfort and safety of their cars, parked in front of a performance set, with live action transmitted directly from the stage to LED screens and through a dedicated FM radio channel to their car radio. Speaking at the launch Festival Organiser, Sarah-Jane Montgomery from MayWe said: “MayWe are so excited to be offering fans of live arts and culture something new to enjoy. Lockdown has shown just how important the arts are to our mental health and wellbeing for young and old. As well as catering for adults during the festival we will also feature a ‘MayWee Ones’ mini-morning series of events with family-oriented content and earlier start times. “It’s great to be able to provide families and friends with a much-needed distraction to stay local and social but while, we love putting on a good show, we don’t want to risk anyone’s safety so strict hygiene measures in line with government guidelines will ensure a safe environment for all. “We are delighted to be doing our bit to keep our local arts alive. Our Artists and creatives make our community vibrant. It’s MayWe’s aim to generate new ways to support the sector during this time. We would especially like to thank Arts Council of Northern Ireland for their contribution and Catalyst for allowing us the use of their site and kindly donating their hire fee towards artists. “The Lough Down Drive-in Arts Festival is a wonderful opportunity for all of us as a community to celebrate the best of home grown talent and support our local artists and creative and technical teams”. Live show tickets range from £15-£20 plus booking fee, per vehicle. Test Drive Tickets priced at £10, per vehicle are available for community groups. For further information on these please email [email protected] Tickets on sale via
26 - 27 September 2020

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