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Scouting For Girls to perform at Irish Open closing ceremony in Portstewart

Pop trio Scouting For Girls will perform at the Irish Open closing ceremony in Portstewart next month, it has been confirmed.

Hosted by the Rory Foundation, the annual golf tournament's closing event will take place in the town on Sunday, July 9.

Scouting For Girls join Co Down rockers Two Door Cinema Club on the line-up who will play a special homecoming performance at the event’s opening ceremony on Wednesday, July 5

A number of local singers will also be performing during the prestigious competition, including acoustic artists Jack McNaul from Coleraine, Ricky Lorimer from Portstewart and Triona from Downpatrick.

Downpatrick singer/songwriter Triona

Belfast-based jazz musician and producer Rick Swan will also take to the stage on the evening of Friday, July 7 while The Groove Robbers, a popular four-piece band from the North Coast, will perform their energetic live show featuring music covering many decades on the evening of Saturday, July 8.

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Belfast-based jazz musician and producer Rick Swan.

“This event just keeps on getting bigger and bigger and we are thrilled to now add Scouting For Girls to our line-up of top class entertainment at this year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation,” said Championship Director, Simon Alliss .

“Along with Two Door Cinema Club and the brilliant local acts that we have lined up throughout the event, we are all looking forward to a really wonderful festival of golf and entertainment for sports fans, music fans and families.

The Irish Open will get under way on Thursday, July 6 and finish on Sunday, July 9.

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