Wolfe Tones on way to Wexford

THE Wolfe Tones will be in Wexford to perform a gig at the Dun Mhuire Theatre at the end of August.

Having sold out prestigious venues during the past year across Ireland, the UK, mainland Europe and the USA, the famous group are celebrating 50 years on the road and are including Wexford as a venue on their latest tour with a one-off session on Friday, August 29.

The Wolfe Tones will be supported by Wexford's homegrown band Corner Boy.

Tickets can be purchased at The Dun Mhuire every Saturday between 12 and 2 p.m., online at www.tonetickets.com, in Centra Killinick and Byrnes Book Stores in Wexford and Enniscorthy.

The Wexford gig is being organised by St. Fintan's GAA Club as part of their fund raising drive to update the clubhouse.

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