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Seven Hills Blues Festival - Armagh

Armagh City Centre, Armagh, County .Armagh, BT60 4EL
Seven Hills Blues Festival - Armagh

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One of the great blues and roots music events in the UK and Ireland, and a jewel in the crown of a series of wonderful summer events across the region – 7 Hills Blues Fest will make a much welcomed return to Armagh City Friday 30 September - Sunday 2 October.

Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrancy of the city's electric atmosphere over the course of the weekend.

Further details on the amazing lineup will be announced soon – so stay tuned

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Season (30 Sept 2022 - 2 Oct 2022)
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Friday - Sunday20:00 - 23:00

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