Headline act Nathan Carter will perform the official opening of the Kepak All Ireland & All Nations Sheep Shearing & Wool Handling Championships 2017, organisers have confirmed this week The weekend-long event will be officially opened by the country music star before he takes to the stage in the festival marquee on the grounds of St. Brigid’s GAA Club, Kiltoom, Co. Roscommon, on Friday, 2nd of June.
A strictly limited number of tickets for his performance are currently on sale locally priced at €25 and are expected to sell out quickly.
The weekend-long championships will be hosted in conjunction with the Irish Sheep Shearers Association on the grounds of St. Brigid’s GAA Club in Kiltoom.
The weekend promises to be a spectacle not to be missed with over 200 competitors shearing 2,200 sheep across 19 different categories in two days of intense, international competition. Large numbers of spectators are expected to flock to the venue and, in addition to the sheep shearing competitions, there will be a range of other attractions including nightly entertainment in a fully-licensed bar, children’s activities, arts and crafts, artisan food, heritage features, sheep shows, sheep dog trials, trade stands, cookery demonstrations and a food quarter.
Tickets are on sale at www.sheepshearingkiltoom.com but be quick or you may be disappointed.
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