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Callum Stewart’s current single ‘Parachute’ has achieved a host of airplay from Cool FM to ‘Single of the week’ on RTE 2FM.

Callum Stewart’s current single ‘Parachute’ has achieved a host of airplay from Cool FM to ‘Single of the week’ on RTE 2FM.

'Moira Calling' will take place on Saturday September 10 at The Demesne in Co Armagh.
Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

'Moira Calling' will take place on Saturday September 10 at The Demesne in Co Armagh. Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

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Callum Stewart’s current single ‘Parachute’ has achieved a host of airplay from Cool FM to ‘Single of the week’ on RTE 2FM.

More acts have been added to the line-up of Moira's first music festival this summer.

Moira Calling will take place on Saturday, September 10 at The Demesne in the Co Armagh village.

There will be 14 acts performing across two stages throughout the day who have been chosen to 'reflect the ethos of the festival organisers, Brown Lemonade Ltd'.

Organisers hope audiences will travel from across Northern Ireland to soak up the atmosphere of the day of music, food and rink.

Brown Lemonade NI presents Dublin duo Hudson Taylor who will headline the festivall.

The second stage called All The Little Lights will feature a host of local artists.

They include Callum Stewart, Michael Mormecha, Hannah McPhillimy, Siobhán Day, Beulah, Kim, Bear Skin and Cup o Joe.

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Callum Stewart’s current single ‘Parachute’ has achieved a host of airplay from Cool FM to ‘Single of the week’ on RTE 2FM.

Hannah McPhillimy has had support from Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music and is creating waves across the UK with her most recent EP release. 

Described as ‘Wonderfully unique’ by Art Rocker magazine, Michael Mormecha has been a recognisable face on the music scene for many years and recently celebrated the release of his debut solo album ‘LO FI Life’.

Jillian Marsden from Brown Lemonade Ltd said: “Our second stage has been aptly named the 'All The Little Lights' stage. Anyone familiar with Brown Lemonade NI will know that over the past 12 months we have worked tirelessly and passionately to give a stage to some of Northern Ireland's most talented and interesting musical talents.

"The second stage will emulate these nights but recreate the cosy, intimate feel of our 'All The Little Lights Nights' and present some of our veteran performers but also introduce some new artists who we are really excited about.”

Director Michael Ferguson said: "We are super excited about our first Moira Calling Festival. We think there is something for everyone. We hope to fuse all the things that people love about festivals, without them having to travel too far. Our picturesque venue in Moira was selected as it is very accessible to people from both the north and south of Ireland. 

"We feel Moira Calling is an opportunity to unveil some of NI’s finest musical talent. To compliment this we have invited selected artists from further afield to play.

"As well as great music,  festival goers will also have the opportunity to experience the best in Northern Irish sourced food produce coupled with a range of the finest craft beer and cider produced by Northern Ireland’s blossoming micro brewing industry."

Children under 18 will be permitted if accompanied by an adult.

Family tickets are available to purchase. Doors open from 1pm.

Tickets for Moira Callingon  sale now and can be online at ticketmaster or selected outlets.

Full details of outlets and information can be found here


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