Concert goers at this hotly anticipated gig will be able to bag some fantastic prizes in a raffle while supporting the Inishowen Red Cross fund.

One of the biggest concerts of the year was arranged with lightning speed and tickets are selling just as quickly.

The huge Flood Aid event on Sunday 3rd September will see a top line-up of stars performing in the Aura Leisure Centre Letterkenny for the Inishowen flood victims.

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 on Sunday evening.

If that list wasn’t incentive enough to go, concert goers will be in with a chance to take home some amazing prizes in a fundraising raffle on the day.

Local businesses have shown great generosity and donated prizes to give away, including:

  • Two €500 vouchers for McElhinney’s of Ballybofey
  • €200 gift voucher for Joe Walsh Tours
  • A painting by a top Donegal artist valued at €500-1000
  • Plus many more brilliant prizes

Letterkenny businesswoman Deirdre Grant and friends hope to raise as much cash as possible for the families whose lives have been devastated by the flash floods on Tuesday 22nd August.

Letterkenny Shopping Centre have donated a €1,000 cheque toward the fund, which has been greatly welcomed by organisers.

People are being urged to avoid missing out on tickets and get them before the event sells out.

Tickets are available online on  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

Have you got your ticket yet?

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.