Nathan Carter will return for Holycross County Music Festival

Another stellar line-up for fifth annual Cut Loose Festival

Nathan Carter will return for Holycross County Music Festival

Nathan Carter is set to headline the Cut Loose Country Festival once again this Summer. Holycross will, for the fifth year, play host to one of Ireland’s biggest country music festivals on Sunday 24th July 2016.

Also taking to the stage for what promises to be the country festival highlight of 20916 are Michael English, Declan Nerney, Robert Mizzell, and leading lady Louise Morrissey.

The festival attracts country music fans from all over the island of Ireland and afar, with people travelling from the UK to the Holycross event last year.

Michael Lowry T.D., and organiser of the annual festival said, “This is our fifth year running the Cut Loose Country music festival which attracts thousands to Holycross every year. Our objective is to ensure we provide a spectacular day of entertainment with a stellar line-up of top artists every year. We continually add new offerings, and 2016 will be no different.”

He added, “This event would not be possible without the support of the local community, the many volunteers, and the Garda presence. The commitment and dedication of these people is what makes the Cut Loose Country festival stand out from the others.”

Nathan Carter’s management team commented, “The Cut Loose Country Festival is a fantastic country music event and the overall set up and organisation is exceptional. We didn’t hesitate when we were invited back and are thrilled to be headlining the event again this year.”

Gates will open at 12 noon for this outdoor event and non-stop entertainment will be provided throughout the day from 1pm until 7pm. A large dance-floor will facilitate those that wish to dance to the performances and ample seating is also available. Concert-goers will enjoy easy access to and from the festival venue with ample parking on-site, in addition to a host of hospitality facilities that includes a full alcohol licence and food services.

Tickets, priced at just €20.00, are available at local outlets which are on the website. Ticket prices have not changed since the festival begin five years ago and all in attendance vouch for the outstanding value for money.

Mark the date in your diaries to see some of Ireland’s premier Country and Irish acts this July - there can be no better reason to ‘cut loose’ and dance, listen and enjoy!

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