Tickets for Cut Loose Country Music Festival 2017 on sale now

Tickets for Cut Loose Country Music Festival 2017 on sale now

Five of Ireland’s leading artists are confirmed to play the Cut Loose Country Music Festival 2017 in Holycross on Sunday 16th July 2017.

A stellar lineup of artists includes Nathan Carter, Derek Ryan, Philomena Begley, Cliona Hagan and Louise Morrissey. Tickets go on sale this week following high demand ahead of Christmas and are available from Michael Lowry’s constituency office in Thurles.

Holycross has played host to the Cut Loose Country Music Festival for the last five years. Given the tremendous success of this festival, which saw over eight thousand people in attendance in July 2016, the committee are working towards an exceptional festival in 2017.

Michael Lowry, Organiser of the festival said, “We have delivered upon five outstanding country music events so far and 2017 will be no different. We have confirmed a terrific lineup that we are confident will attract festival-goers the length and breadth of the country along with people from abroad. This family festival will once again be the country festival highlight next Summer.”

In anticipation of the high demand for festival tickets ahead of Christmas, tickets, priced at just €20.00, are available from Michael Lowry’s office in Thurles until the new year where further ticket locations will be added.

The event takes place at Holycross Ballycahill GAA Club, Holycross and the ease of access and egress is something which really sets this festival apart from the others. There is parking within a very short distance of the stage and dance floor and once again there will be plenty of food and beverage outlets suitable for everyone. It reall is a fabulous day out for all the family.

So, get your tickets in plenty of time and mark the date in your diary. Nathan Carter certianly has.

Pictured left: Michael Lowry and Nathan Carter at the launch of the 2017 event.

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