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Culloville set to rock to the sounds of top boy band Hometown

August 3, 2015

Culloville is set to rock to the sounds of the country’s number one boy band when the sensational Hometown take to the stage in the village’s new Community Centre this weekend.

In a major coup for the organizing committee, the popular band – managed by Louis Walsh – are sure to attract a huge audience to the border village where they will perform some of their latest hits including hit singles ‘Where I Belong’ and ‘Cry for Help’.

Hometown’s debut single ‘Where I Belong’ became the fastest-selling single from a debut artist and the quickest-selling single from an Irish artist in 2014, beating Ed Sheeran and One Direction to the number one spot.  The track features an instantly upbeat and buoyant melody, a sing-along chorus and features the flawless harmonies that HomeTown have already become instantly recognised for.  The talented young group has scored another number one since, with their follow-up single Cry For Help.

Building on their already fast-growing fan base, the boys are taking the UK by storm; having just finished touring with Olly Murs they have hit the road with The Vamps, supporting them on their UK tour.

Now returning to Ireland to promote their upcoming new single, the band will take to the stage in Culloville on Friday evening to deliver what promises to be one of the best nights of live music this summer.

Meanwhile, in a fantastic occasion for local talent, singer/songwriter Sionan Murphy has been chosen to play support at the gig.  Sionan says she is delighted to have been asked to be a part of such a huge event and is looking forward to entertaining the audience with some of her new material as well as more well-known catchy numbers, all requiring maximum audience participation.  So get along to Culloville Community centre on Friday and give your support to Sionan and Hometown for this much-anticipated, one-off show.

Tickets have been selling fast for this limited seating event.  Priced at €22 each, a number of tickets remain for sale from Culloville Bureau de Change, Loughman’s Sports, Castleblaney and Costcutter, Clanbrasil Street, Dundalk.

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