With no end in sight to COVID and the live music industry still shutdown, our desire to enjoy a gig grows greater every day. Thankfully MayWe and Crossland have put together several drive in gigs to scratch that itch under the moniker of Lough Down Drive In Arts Festival.
On Saturday 26th September, you can catch award winning songwriters Ciaran Lavery and Joshua Burnside for an afternoon performance. If you’re more of an evening person, you can watch the always formidable And So I Watch You From Afar that night.
Sunday 27th September will also feature Ronnie Greer’s Almost Big Band featuring Ken Haddock for some afternoon entertainment.
All three concerts will be enjoyed from the comfort and safety of their cars, parked in front of a performance set, with live action transmitted directly from the stage to LED screens and through a dedicated FM radio channel to their car radio.
Live show tickets for the Lough Down Drive In Arts Festival range from £15-£20 plus booking fee, per vehicle and are available from www.loughdown.eventbrite.co.uk.