ALL roads lead to The Grill car park in Letterkenny tomorrow (Saturday), August 23 for the Party in the Car Park Intercultural Youth Day organised by the Donegal Youth Service Cross Border Connections project.
A host of young bands such as the Castlefinn Drummers, Phat Kidz, Cockhill Dancers, Leila Keeney and more from across the North West will perform on the main gig rig, while there will also be a fashion show and disco in the Grill venue.
Party in the Car Park Intercultural Youth Day offers a fantastic family day out for all ages with talented young musicians thrilling the crowd alongside special guest MC Donal Kavanagh.
With Magic Shows, Fashion Show, Bouncy Castles, Penalty shoot outs, Circus skills, Street Games, Intercultural food, Music plus more, there will be something for everyone.
Frankie McGreevy, Youth Development Officer, said: “The young people from the Cross Border Connections project have planned a fantastic day celebrating the diversity of the north west with music, sports and food, we have a lot of new talent on show, with a pipe band from East Belfast, African Drummers and even more side show activity, making the day a perfect family day out.
“We are extremely grateful to all our staff and volunteers whose help and support will make the day all the more special.”
The event will run from 2 to 8pm at the Grill car park and all are welcome to come along and enjoy a great day out for all the family.
If you would like to find out more about the Party in the Car Park contact the Letterkenny Youth Information Centre on 074-9129640.
The project is supported by European Union’s European Regional Development Fund, through the EU Programme for Peace and Reconciliation managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by Donegal County Council.
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