Festival set to take place in Carn on September 10 and 11
An Inishowen music festival, which raised tens of thousands of euro for schools in Africa, is making a comeback ten years after it last ran.
Carnstock will be back in Carndonagh next month and will be showcasing some of the best musical acts from the north-west and further afield.
The festival first ran in 2005 and 2006 and raised more than €25,000 for two schools in Sierra Leone.
Now local musician Siobhan Shiels is leading a group of people to bring the festival back to help showcase the musical talent in the county and also to highlight Carndonagh as a town to host events.
More than twenty acts will be taking to the stage in the town’s Diamond over the weekend of September 10 and 11 next.
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