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Band of the Royal Marines set to headline Rhythm of the Bann

Band of the Royal Marines set to headline Rhythm of the Bann

Wed, June 13, 2018

The Rhythm of the Bann returns to Coleraine on Saturday 23rd June featuring a headline performance by the world-renowned Band of the Royal Marines.

The free festival takes place from 5pm when the Diamond area will be transformed with a spectacular programme of live music and dance hosted by local personality Brian Moore.

The event will open with a rousing performance from singing sensations the Leading Ladies Trio promising a mixed repertoire of musical sounds including jazz, swing, the 1950s and modern chart hits.

The line-up also features Forces Sweetheart Kirsten Orsborn. She will take to the stage with her distinctive vintage and retro style for a must-see live performance.

Loughguile School of Irish Dance, winners of the World Folk Dance Championships, promise a spell-binding performance complete with inspiring Celtic sounds while Causeway Traditional Band will entertain with their brilliant foot-tapping selection of music.

The evening will come to a spectacular close with the Band of the Royal Marines. Regarded as the world’s most versatile military music organisation, the audience can expect an exceptional visually appealing performance from some of the best musicians of their kind – prepare to be thrilled and enthralled by this unforgetable experience.

For further details go to www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.gov.uk or follow Causeway Coast Events on Facebook and Twitter.

The Rhythm of the Bann returns to Coleraine on Saturday 23rd June featuring a headline performance by the world-renowned Band of the Royal Marines.


Members of Loughguile School of Irish Dance, winners of the World Folk Dance Championships, will take to the stage during the Rhythm of the Bann Music and Dance Festival in Coleraine on Saturday 23rd June.