Win tickets to see Nathan Carter

The hottest, rising young star of the Irish Country Music Scene, Nathan Carter is set to headline Dalriada Live, Sunday 14th July, at this year's P&O Ferries Dalriada Festival of Sport, Music and Fine Foods in the grounds of the historic Glenarm Castle . 'P&O Ferries Dalriada Festival, supported by UTV and NITB, will run between Saturday 13th- Saturday 20th July will include sporting events such as Campbell V MacDonnell Highland Games (13-14th July) aswell as featuring fine foods, celebrity chef demonstrations, live music and dancing, children's entertainment and much more.'Pictured giving Nathan a lift at the launch of the event is strong man Glenn Ross and Adrian Morrow, Glenarm Estates MD ( left).'Picture by Brian Morrison.
The hottest, rising young star of the Irish Country Music Scene, Nathan Carter is set to headline Dalriada Live, Sunday 14th July, at this year's P&O Ferries Dalriada Festival of Sport, Music and Fine Foods in the grounds of the historic Glenarm Castle . 'P&O Ferries Dalriada Festival, supported by UTV and NITB, will run between Saturday 13th- Saturday 20th July will include sporting events such as Campbell V MacDonnell Highland Games (13-14th July) aswell as featuring fine foods, celebrity chef demonstrations, live music and dancing, children's entertainment and much more.'Pictured giving Nathan a lift at the launch of the event is strong man Glenn Ross and Adrian Morrow, Glenarm Estates MD ( left).'Picture by Brian Morrison.

WHEN Nathan Carter’s single ‘Wagon Wheel’ hit the charts it put the country star right in the spot light.

And he’ll be taking centre stage again next month at the P&O Ferries Dalriada Festival at Glenarm Castle on Sunday 14th July.

The event at Glenarm Castle will see Irish and Scottish strongmen battling it out!

As well as the games there will be fine food, music, dance and a sheep fashion show.

Nathan will be supported by Lisa McHugh, Crawford Bell and Hugo Duncan at this Highland Games extravaganza.

23-year-old Carter grew up in Livepool, but has strong Irish roots.

His folks are originally from Newry and as a youngster he made many trips to Ireland.

He first stepped onto a stage at the tender age of four. He began to play the accordion and became head chorister in the Liverpool boys choir, touring the world with the choir and even sang for the Pope.

On a trip to Donegal in April 2009, where Nathan was appearing at a concert in Buncrana, he met with songwriter John Farry, who was hugely impressed with Nathan`s performance, and in a few short months Nathan`s dream of performing with his own band became a reality.

We’ve got ONE pair of tickets for Nathan’s show at Glenarm Castle on July 14.

To be in with a chance of seeing Nathan, answer this simple question: What date will Nathan be performing at Glenarm?

Send you answer plus your name, address and a daytime telephone number to Nathan Carter competition, Coleraine Times, 5 Stone Row, Coleraine, BT52 1EP. Entries must reach us no later than Friday, July 5.

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