The Marquee in Drumlish is set to return this weekend - bigger and better than ever - with four jam-packed nights of top quality entertainment.
Kings Of Leon tribute band Knights of Leon will get the weekend started on Friday, August 19, before local favourites Brave Giant take to the stage. The night will be wrapped up by DJ Fergal D'Arcy.
Saturday will see the return of the ever popular family fun day at Monaduff Park from 2pm. Entry to the family fun day is absolutely free, with plenty of activities to keep the little ones entertained.
All eyes will be back on the Marquee that night, when Gerry Guthrie and country superstar Nathan Carter take over the stage.
On Sunday afternoon, the '98 Memorial Hall will play host to Monster Bingo in aid of St Christopher's Services at 3pm. This is one not to be missed, with €2,500 in prizes up for grabs as well as a Monster Raffle with some spectacular prizes.
On Sunday night, Top Shelf, Rhythm and Sticks and The Stunning will perform, before local group The Aftermath.
Finally, on Monday, August 22, the incomparable Declan Nerney will be joined on stage by several well known guests including his niece Una Healy (formerly of The Saturdays), Big Tom, Jimmy Buckley, Robert Mizzell, Patrick Feeney, Marty Mone, Johnny Brady and Keelan and The Hooley Orchestra.
For more information on stage times and ticket prices, visit www.themarqueeindrumlish.ie.