The National Council for the Blind is sent to benefit from the Nathan Carter headlined Táin Summer Festival Open Air Concert, as concert promoters Oriel Events confirmed this week that a percentage of the concert proceeds would be donated to the charity.
Speaking about the decision to make a donation to charity, Pat Dunning of Oriel Events said: “The National Council for the Blind is a very deserving charity and we decided to make it our associated charity this year.
“Not only are Nathan Carter fans happy to be getting to see their idol, they can also be happy knowing they are supporting a very worthy cause.”
Country singing sensation Nathan Carter is to headline this year’s concert on Dundalk’s Market Square on Sunday June 9, supported by Who’s Eddie, Wildflowers (Saffyre), Magnet and Donna and Joe McCaul.
This will be Nathan Carter’s biggest outdoor concert to date.
“I can’t wait to come to Dundalk on June 9 and join everyone for the Táin Summer Festival, “ said country sensation Nathan.
“It’s going to be a great day and I hope as many as possible can come along and join in the fun.”
The Award winning singer has a huge following of all ages and so tickets have been selling swiftly.
In addition to the Sunday June 9th concert, there are also plans for a local bands night on Saturday June 8th with further details to be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets to see Nathan Carter and special guests live at Dundalk’s Market Square are priced at 14 euros with 30 euro family tickets (two adults and two children aged under 12).
Please note under 12s must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Further ticket information is available from Dundalk BIDS office at the Market Square, telephone 042 9352842 or 086 4566248.
Tickets for the concert are now on sale throughout Dundalk and North Louth as well as Monaghan. Armagh and Down.
For further updates and information on ticket outlets visit www.tainsummerfestival.com or like the Táin Summer Festival Facebook Page and Twitter page.