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Sunday Session: St Patrick's Weekend

Navan Centre & Fort, 81 Killylea Road, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 4LD
Sunday Sessions, Navan Centre & Fort


With over 50 countries around the world celebrating St Patrick's Day, join in the fun with live music, poetry & dance in our beautiful and magical surroundings at the Navan Centre and Fort, where we are hosting a wonderful showcase of culture & entertainment for the entire family.

Exciting new group 'Fuaim' (a collective of exceptional young local musicians and dancers) take to the stage performing an eclectic genre adjacent set of reimagined Celtic music, together with pop and rock classics interwoven with poetry and spoken word reflective of the day.

Sunday Session tickets are priced at £5.00 and are limited in number so early booking via our website is highly recommended.

Why not visit our onsite coffee shop, Ancient Grounds, for our special pre-event menu commencing at 12:00 noon, including stew and Guinness bread at just £6.50pp

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