Posted / 24th July 2019
Join us this Sunday, 28th July for an afternoon of live music and family fun.
As part of our 280th birthday celebrations, Donegal based four-piece alternative rock band, In Their Thousands, will perform live in the stretch tent marquee, overlooking the Castle Folly, from 3.30 – 5.30pm.
Support comes from top local singer-songwriter, Dean Maywood, fresh after the release of his five track EP.
As well as live music, visitors can also explore the park by hopping aboard the famous Oakfield Park, Duchess of Difflin steam engine. Trains will be running all day.
There will be a beer tent and tea van at the music marquee and families can also enjoy free face-painting and arts and crafts throughout the day.
Buffers will be open and serving delicious fresh food, including Sunday Lunch, until 6pm and families are welcome to bring their own picnic to the park.
There is NO EXTRA CHARGE for this event and normal entry fees apply. Tickets are not necessary.