Almost 2,000 people are expected at the Donegal charity spectacular for flood victims - here's how to get your ticket:

Tickets for the Flood Aid for Inishowen charity concert are in high demand and are now available to buy online.

The massive event on Sunday 3rd September at the Aura Leisure Centre in Letterkenny will see a host of top country stars banding together to support those affected by the devastating floods in the north west last Tuesday, 22nd August.

An all-star line-up including Daniel O’Donnell, Nathan Carter, Declan Nearney, Johnny Brady, Dominic and Barry Kirwan, Jacqui Sharkey and The Conquerors, and many more, will take to the stage to raise funds for the victims. are now selling tickets for the all-day event for €30 (plus booking fee). You can get yours here:

Tickets have already been selling fast at local outlets, find your nearest seller in this list:

Dohertys Newsagent, the Diamond, Carndonagh
Supervalue, Cockhill Road, Buncrana
The 4 Masters Book Shop, The Diamond, Donegal Town,
The Aura Leisure Centre, Letterkenny,
The Cope Dungloe,
Boyce’s Centra, Falcarragh

Doors open at 1.30pm and the music begins at 3pm. This is an amazing festival not-to-be-missed by Irish Country lovers, where a goodwill atmosphere is expected to be at an all-time-high. All proceeds, after costs, are going to the Red Cross. All artists have offered their services free of charge.

Tickets are now expected to sell like hot cakes! Organiser Deirdre Grant warns people to get theirs quick:

“The total capacity is 1700 and tickets are selling fast. If people do not want to be disappointed they need to book now,” Deirdre told Donegal Daily.

Flood Aid Tickets

The concert will be hosted by TV3 personality Noel Cunningham and he will be assisted Phil Mack from Keep it Country.

Nathan Carter and Daniel O’Donnell, among other stars, are very excited about the event and inviting all fans to come for a great afternoon of music and entertainment.