A virtual feast of entertainment is promised for the October Bank Holiday weekend from Friday October 25 to 28 at the Clonmel Park Hotel that will undoubtedly brighten the autumn days of late October.
From Boxing to Monster Bingo, from rising star and heart throb of Country Music, Nathan Carter to a Feast of Irish folk Music headlined by the internationally acclaimed Furey Brothers and Davey Arthur and a Céilí Mór to the strains of the hugely popular Johnny Reidy Céili Band, there will be something for everybody.
The spectacular Arena at the Clonmel Park Hotel will be the venue for TIPPTOBERFEST, one of the finest festivals of musical and sporting entertainment seen in Clonmel and Tipperary.
Support for TIPPTOBERFEST will provide valuable financial assistance towards training costs for all Tipperary Teams taking to the field in 2014. On Friday October 25, the Tipp Fight night takes place featuring Tipperary club and county GAA players. Tickets purchased in advance cost €20 while those purchased on the night cost €25. On Saturday October 26 Nathan Carter will be in concert with special guests Louise Morrissey and Marty Daniels. Tickets cost €25.
On Sunday October 27, there will be a Feast of Irish Folk featured the Furey Brothers and Davey Arthur and also Johnny McEvoy, Jimmy Crowley and Stokers Lodge and Denis Allen. Tickets cost €25. There are two events on Bank Holiday Monday, October 28. In the afternoon, there will be Monster Bingo with a guaranteed cash payout of a massive €15,000.
Single books cost €20 with a double costing €25 and a free jackpot sheet in each book. On Monday evening, the Céilí Mór featuring the Johnny Reidy Ceili Band takes place. Tickets cost €10. Tickets for all the pre-bookable events can be purchased at Lar na Pairce Thurles (0504 22702) or at the Clonmel Park Hotel. Please book early to avoid disappointment or contact Lar na Pairce or the Hotel for more information.
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