Nathan looks forward to Armagh gig

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NATHAN Carter took time out from his recent gig in the county of Tyrone to speak with the Armagh County Board organisers about his first ever open air gig on the 20th of April next year.

Nathan spoke about how much he enjoyed his previous gigs in Armagh and how the Armagh Athletic Grounds will be a very special gig for his fans. He also explained how his meteoric rise to stardom took some getting used to.

Nathan met with Armagh Supporters, signed jerseys and posed for photographs and was clearly happy to be with his Armagh supporters. There was also a surprise arrival of local MLA Jo-Anne Dobson who was keen to learn the details of the Athletic Grounds gig.

Tickets for this great night of music cost from £20 and can be purchased on the Armagh GAA county website. Tickets are selling quickly so buy now and avoid disappointment.

Nathan Carter is undoubtedly the hottest performer on the Irish Country Music scene. The 22-year-old singer has already released three CDs and a hugely successful DVD in his career to date. You can expect to hear many of his hit songs when he plays his first open air concert.

Nathan’s new album Wagon Wheel is currently in the Irish Album charts, and he is packing venues all over the country and beyond at the moment. Nathan and the band perform a great programme of country music, old thyme waltzes, slow romantic country ballads, sixties and Rock`n`Roll and some good old accordion jigs and reels.

Tickets from Armagh GAA county website www.armaghgaa.net or Armagh County Office.