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Thursday 20 September 2018

ShedFest 2018 is back with Corner Boy as headline act

Annie Dempsey, Sinéad Kenny,Aoife Redmond and Sorcha Foley helping with the food at last year’s ShedFest
Annie Dempsey, Sinéad Kenny,Aoife Redmond and Sorcha Foley helping with the food at last year’s ShedFest

Sara Gahan

It's back! ShedFest, which takes place this Saturday, June 23, is expected to draw big crowds to the the Arena at Buffers Alley.

Wexford band Corner Boy will headline the festival, and will be supported by Fit for Kings and Waterford band No Hot Ashes. DJ Katie Quaid will keep the night going with the latest chart hits and floor-filling favourites.

This year, organisers are delighted to welcome Wexford brewery YellowBelly Beer. In just three years, YellowBelly has become one of Ireland's top breweries, with a range of great beer.

ShedFest is strictly an over-18 event and ID is required to gain entry. There will be two stages, three live bands, a late bar and a barbecue.

There will be a taxi rank operating all night and bookings can be made through Mick Stamp Taxis.

Competitions and promotions leading up to the event can be found on the ShedFest Facebook page.

Tickets at €20 are on sale from Buffers Alley club members and from The Book Cafe in Gorey, Murt Walsh Menswear in Enniscorthy, Wexford Arts Centre, Hammel's in Kilmuckridge, Porter's in Killenagh and Lawless's in Monamolin. Tickets are also available online at wexfordartscentre.ie.

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