Breaking: Tickets are now on sale for Cut Loose, Holycross Country Music Festival

Noel Dundon

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Noel Dundon

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Louise Morrissey, Derek Ryan and Michael Lowry pictured at last years event.

Holycross GAA field on Sunday July 15th is the place to be for the nations best country music festival

Six of Ireland’s leading artists are confirmed to play the Cut Loose Country Music Festival 2018 in Holycross on Sunday, 15th July 2018 for what promises to be another very memorable spectacular.
A stellar lineup of artists will perform including Nathan Carter, Derek Ryan, Jimmy Buckley, Michael English, Cliona Hagan and Louise Morrissey and tickets are on sale now on Tickets.ie and will be available at usual outlets nationwide and at Michael Lowry’s constituency office on Abbey Road, Thurles.
Holycross has played host to the Cut Loose Country Music Festival for the last six years. And, given the tremendous success of this festival, which saw over ten thousand people in attendance in July 2017, the committee are working towards an exceptional festival for 2018.
Michael Lowry, Chief Organiser of the festival said, “We have delivered upon six outstanding country music festivals so far and 2018 will be no different. We have confirmed a terrific lineup that we are confident will attract festival-goers the length and breadth of the country along with people from abroad. This family festival will once again be the country festival highlight this summer,” he told The Tipperary Star.
This is a family friendly event, welcoming children under 12 to the festival for free once accompanied by an adult.
In anticipation of the high demand for festival tickets, tickets, priced at just €20.00 plus booking fee, are available online on tickets.ie and at all Super Valu and Centras nationwide.
The event takes place at Holycross Ballycahill GAA club ground in Holycross and one of the big features of the Cut Loose Festival is the close access of free parking to the grounds. Scores of volunteers drawn from the local community will once again be central to the organisation of the event and this involves ensuring that people get in and out of the venue in the most efficient manner possible. This has worked a treat over the last number of years and the organisers are determined that the same will be the case again this year.
There will be plenty of food and refreshments available to festival goers and the outstanding value for money guaranteed is always much appreciated by those who attend. In fact Cut Loose has become renowned for its value for money and that is why people keep coming back year after year.
Such has been the success of the festival that many others have followed suit with similar festivals around the country. But, according to those who have been attending Cut Loose since its inception, it remains the biggest and best country music festival in the land and Holycross Ballycahill GAA grounds is the best location for it.
So, make sure to secure your tickets for the event now and mark that date in your diary - Sunday July 15th. See you there.