Excitement builds for ‘Legacy Concert’ in Newry

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Monday, March 23rd, 2015
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The countdown has begun to the eagerly awaited Legacy Concert on Sunday 29th March to mark the historic end of the current Newry & Mourne District Council. Legacy Concert AdvertThe free open-air concert will commence at 3:00pm outside Newry Town Hall and will feature a number of high class performers including: HomeTown, Derek Ryan, The High Kings, Michelle Magee, The HouseM8s and The Professionals. UTV’s Paul Clarke will act as compere. There will be a range of Children’s on-street entertainment. In the best interest of all spectators on the evening Newry & Mourne District Council’s events committee would like to advise people attending the concert of the following important information. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: Traffic restrictions will be in operation from 1.00pm on Sunday 29th March 2015. Kildare Street, Hill Street and The Mall will be closed to traffic until 8:00pm that evening. ALTERNATIVE CAR PARKING FOR THE EVENT: CAR PARK: LOCATION: NORTH STREET CAR PARK – LOWER WATER STREET CAR PARK / ABBEY WAY CAR PARK CANAL BANK 2 – LOWER WATER STREET CAR PARK DOWNSHIRE ROAD CAR PARK – Entrance located at junction of The Bridge Bar or bottom of High Street Located Water Street / Abbey Way Located at Newry Bus Centre Located behind Newry Cathedral Located opposite Newry Court House CHILD PROTECTION: Any children under the age of 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times. In the event of a missing child please report to the nearest security / steward in Yellow Bibs who will deal with the situation immediately. STEWARDS: In the interest of safety for everyone attending the concert you are requested to cooperate with security personnel / event stewards at all times. WEATHER CONDITIONS: Remember to wrap up warm. TICKETS: FREE CONCERT NO tickets required. *PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS EVENT IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT – ALCOHOL FREE ZONE* For more information please visit: www.newryandmourne.gov.uk or follow Newry & Mourne District Council on FACEBOOK for regular updates. For more information please contact: Hilary Halliday – Public Relations Officer T: 028 3031 3072 / E: Hilary.halliday@newryandmourne.gov.uk
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