TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE – IMPORTANT NOTICE RE ACCESS TO CONCERT
The 34th Streets of Galway 8k Road Race is being held in Galway on the same evening as Daniel’s concert.
The race will draw 3000 participants as well as accompanying vehicles and spectators.
It starts at 7pm and the route will pass by Leisureland in Salthill via Rockbarton Rd., from approx 7.10pm to 7.50pm.
This will pose some difficulties for Road Race & Concert goers alike. Please note the following…
Gardai and Marshalls will be coming off the main approach (Rockbarton Road) to Leisureland from early morning so that parking will not be allowed on Rockbarton Road after 7am, to ensure the road is as clear as possible, although traffic can flow freely through the route, and in and out of Leisureland, up until 7pm.
Barriers and Marshals will be used to control the flow of traffic from 7pm all around the route.
All Concert goers should arrive at the venue as early as possible, with all buses to be parked up in Leisureland by 6.45pm, and car goers parked by 7pm.
Anyone arriving after this time will face delays until approx 7.50 / 8pm.
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December 2019 Sat 7th, Mon 9th, Tues 10th, Wed 11th, Fri 13th and Sat 14th Tickets ON SALE NOW!
Ticket information can be found under the Tour Dates section
Come and see Daniel in Branson at The Welk Theatre. Friday 1st November to Saturday 23rd November.
Showtime 2pm & no shows on a Thursday and Sundays.
Daniel will be on tour in Ireland this August. Tickets now on sale from Ticketmaster and venue box offices.
Book early to avoid disappointment. Good Luck.
Dear Friends, Just an update that there are only 175 cabins left for the 2020 All Star Irish Charter Cruise. The discount of $200 per person is available until the end of June. There are close to 1700 guests already booked. I would like to extent my special thanks to all of you for your continued support.
Only the second person ever to receive the industry’s highest accolade, Daniel follows in the footsteps of the late Mainliners front man Big Tom, who received the award in 2016. Daniel was presented the award following a much anticipated duet of the Roger Miller classic “King of the Road” which he performed with Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy.
Daniel said: “I am truly honoured to receive this award and to follow such a great as Big Tom. It means so much to me to be acknowledged by my peers here in Ireland”. Ryan Tubridy commented “Daniel has been a firm friend of the Late Late Show for such a long time, and it was our absolute pleasure to play a part in recognising the extraordinary contribution that he has made to the country music industry in Ireland. We wish him nothing but continued success and happiness in all that he does”.
Fr. Brian D’Arcy, who presented Daniel with the award, said: “Nobody deserves the award more than Daniel. It’s only the second time this award has been presented, the other recipient being the late Big Tom. It is in recognition of what he has done for country music, not only at home here in Ireland, but across the world. Daniel is highly regarded as an international artist, especially in Nashville, the home of country music”.
It is with regret that we announce the closure of the Visitor Centre in Dungloe.
The premises of the Stepping Stone Bar and Bank Bistro has been sold with vacant possession.
We wish to put on record our appreciation to all the visitors, the Coach Companies and Social Groups who supported the venture since 2012. Thanks to Brid who welcomed everybody from far and near.
We are indebted to the many Television Production Companies who recorded and gave publicity to the Centre.
A very special thanks goes to Daniel and Majella for allowing us the opportunity to showcase their special moments. We truly appreciate the time and effort they both gave to the Visitor Centre.
Pat and Anne Gallagher