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Cookstown Continental Market

Cookstown Town Centre, William Street, Cookstown, County Tyrone, BT80 8AX
Street entertainers at Cookstown Continental Market

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For the first time in two years, Cookstown will go continental with the return of the Cookstown Continental Market, where the food and flavours, sights and sounds of Europe and beyond will return to the town centre for two days on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May.

With over 40 stall holders from across Europe and lots of live entertainment throughout the weekend to keep the whole family entertained, including walkabout children's characters and live music performances from:

- Rwanda Shaw
- Stones from David
- Swingtime Starlets

To facilitate the expected increased visitor numbers in a safe environment, a road closure will be in place along William Street from 6.30pm on Friday 27 May through to approximately 10pm on Sunday 29 May. The road closure will be in place from the Orritor Street/Coagh Street junction to the Burn Road/James Street junction.

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