Eight acts from across the county will get the chance to preform alongside some of the biggest Irish and international acts this summer at the Night and Day festival.
Night and Day has announced a partnership with Music Generation Roscommon ahead of its festival in Lough Key Forest Park.
The festival takes place on 24 and 25 June on the grounds of Lough Key Forest Park in Boyle, Co. Roscommon. Night and Day boasts a range of cultural acts as well as a fun, family-friendly itinerary that will entertain and engage children, parents, and friends in a relaxed environment.
On Sunday, 25 June bands Totem, Hyperzonic and The Nomadz will take to the Luna stage.
In addition to this, five Music Generation Roscommon Acts will preform in the Family Zone. They include; Junior Youth Voices – an interactive junior vocal group of children aged 5 -10, Senior Youth Voices – An all girl vocal group aged 12 -17, The Suntides – An all girl rock/pop aged between 12 -16, West Be Well – A rock/pop band boys and girls aged between 12 -14 and Epsom – a rock/pop band boys and girls ages 10 -12years
Creative Director at Night and Day festival Declan Hurley said: “Teaming up with “Music Generation Roscommon” is a very natural fit for us given that we share the same goal of facilitating and enabling musicians from the region to develop their talent.”
Ellen Glennon Music Development Officer at Music Generation Roscommon said:
“We are delighted to collaborate with Night and Day festival this year, what an opportunity for talented young musicians from Music Generation Roscommon! They have shown dedication and commitment to their musical journey over the last few years and for them to perform on the Luna stage and embrace this opportunity is very, very exciting.”