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Enjoy music and beer at Jamboree Oktoberfest

Johnny Gallagher and the Boxtie Band headline the Friday rock night at Jamboree Oktoberfest.

Jamboree Oktoberfest is fast approaching, with the beer and music festival kicking off on October 13 at the Ecclesville Centre in Fintona.

The popular music event is returning after the success of the Oktoberfest twist in 2016. This year sees a second night being added to the event with a number of new additions coming to Jamboree Oktoberfest.

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Saturday night line up with please all country music fans! Mike Denver will be taking the headline spot with support coming from country fan favourites, Cliona Hagan, Johnny Brady and Ruaile Buaile.

Friday will see a change in Jamboree style with rock music hitting the Jamboree stage. Johnny Gallagher and the Boxtie Band headline with Belfast based band Maverick and Tyrone favourites The Logues joining the Friday night bill.

Jamboree’s famous dance floor is returning for both nights, along with festival style lighting and sound systems. As always there is a dedicated disabled area with seating right beside the stage, meaning everyone can enjoy this great event.

New to this year is Jamboree’s first beer hall with local craft beer and cider companies, O’Connor’s and Long Meadow Cider ensuring no one gets thirsty and so that no one gets hungry, a tradition German swing grill will make sure your belly’s don’t go empty.

Early Bird tickets are still available online at www.ajspromotions.com or you can give AJS Promotions a call on 028 82252800.

• Tickets are on sale in Omagh in The Blind Cobbler and Jean’s Music Shop. Tickets can also be bought in Fintona at The Ecclesville Centre and Mo’s Newsagents.

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