Clara Rose Band (Official Festival Opener)

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June 13, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm Europe/Dublin Timezone
Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre
24 Main Street
Limavady, United Kingdom
BT49 0EP
£15 plus booking fee
07415 450888

The Queen of Late Night Radio, Clara Rose, will take to the stage in Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on Thursday 13th June, headlining our Opening Night.

This event will help raise much needed funding for Festival 2019. Please come along, bring your friends, and enjoy a memorable evening with us.

Clara Rose… songstress of rockin’ blues, saviour of rootsy folk and with a voice that can make the hairs stand on the back of your neck… has been writing and performing her original music for 10 years.

With acoustic guitar in hand Clara has shared stages with Celtic legends such as: The Horslips, Henry McCullough, The Waterboys, Eleanor McEvoy, John Spillane, Jack L and more recently has been in the studio with blues legend; Don Baker. She is a mesmerising performer whose voice “soars and swoops with the ease of an opera star running through her scales” (Eamon Carr – Dubliner Magazine).

Clara Rose, Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival, Limavady

Clara Rose, Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival, Limavady

Additional Information :-

Doors open 7.30pm.

Tickets for this event are only available directly online, and cannot be purchased from the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre box office or any other outlet.

The Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre is not licenced to sell alcohol, but you are permitted to bring your own for consumption at your table.

Danny Boy Jazz and Blues Festival is a non-profit making organisation. Our committee is entirely voluntary – no-one takes a commission or a salary on any of the proceeds of the festival. Any proceeds made from this event go to paying artists, ticketing and venue costs only.

This event is proudly sponsored by P&L Electrics

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