Wexford band Cry Before Dawn to headline Gorey Market House festival

By Esther Hayden

Vinny Doyle of Cry Before Dawn, Tommy Davitt sponsor (J Donohoe BMW), Gorey district manager, Amanda Byrne and Steve Belton of Cry Before Dawn.
Vinny Doyle of Cry Before Dawn, Tommy Davitt sponsor (J Donohoe BMW), Gorey district manager, Amanda Byrne and Steve Belton of Cry Before Dawn.

Wexford band Cry Before Dawn will headline this year's Market House Festival in Gorey.

The eight annual Market House festival will run from July 29 to July 31.

The festival is bringing the chart-topping band to Gorey for an unmissable performance on Saturday July 30. The band whose hits include 'The seed that's been sown' and 'Girl in the Ghetto' have strong Wexford roots and are excited to return to Wexford an entertain festival goers at this free open air gig.

The band are one of several which will perform over the three day festival.

Festival Chairman Cllr. John Hegarty said: 'This year's music line up in one of the best yet, it is going to be a fantastic few days in Gorey as this is one of the best family festivals in the South East. We are delighted to welcome Cry Before Dawn as our headline act. We are also delighted to partner with J Donohoe BMW, Enniscorthy for this free gig.'

The Gorey Market House Festival is a vibrant mix of music, family fun, traditional and vintage markets, busking, food, crafts and much more with many fringe events taking place throughout July. Further details for the festival programme will be announced over the coming weeks. Follow the festival on Facebook and twitter at GoreyMarketHouseFestival or see www.visitwexford.ie.

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