Voice star Paddy Molloy for Rosses Rocks in Dungloe

Paddy Molloy. Photo: KOBPIX

Paddy Molloy. Photo: KOBPIX

THE Rosses Community School hosts its annual Rosses Rocks concert this Friday, November 21, and has a fantastic line-up in store.

Rosses Rocks is part of the Dungloe’s annual entry into the BEO competition which aims to promote the Irish language and also promote local musical talent, and the RCS has been in the final six of the competition for the past three years.


RTÉ’s The Voice of Ireland semi finalist, Glenties man Paddy Molloy is one of the main headliners, as well as singer-songwriter Suzie Blue from Northern Ireland.

Paddy had the unfaltering support of the people of the Rosses during his time participating in the popular singing competition.

Enjoy the fun and rock out to some of the top talent the Rosses has to offer, at the Rosses Community School. Doors open at 7pm, concert to begin at 7.30pm. Admission €7.

See full details in Friday’s edition of the Donegal News

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