Harp Lager takes centre stage as official pouring partner of Féile an Phobail
Harp Lager Takes Centre Stage as Official Pouring Partner of Féile an Phobail - pictured with the Harp Angel at the launch of Féile an Phobail which runs from 3- 14th August 2016 are Cathal O’Neill, Diageo Northern Ireland and Kevin Gamble, Féile Director
Harp Lager Takes Centre Stage as Official Pouring Partner of Féile an Phobail – pictured with the Harp Angel at the launch of Féile an Phobail which runs from 3- 14th August 2016 are Cathal O’Neill, Diageo Northern Ireland and Kevin Gamble, Féile Director
Harp lager is returning as the official pouring partner of Féile an Phobail 2016, Ireland’s largest community arts festival.
The Féile runs from 3-14 August in venues across West Belfast and includes music concerts, comedy, exhibitions, discussions and debates, literary events, dramas, out door and community events, street performances, carnival parade, international food fayre, sports, tours and walks.
Headliners for Falls Park include All Saints, Deacon Blue, The Kooks, Holly Johnson, Hue and Cry, Roland Gift and more. This year’s Clonard concert will feature Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan with special guest Brigid O’Neill.
Speaking about the partnership with Féile an Phobail, Cathal O’Neill from Diageo Northern Ireland, said; “We are delighted to support Féile an Phobail and look forward to putting Harp centre stage once again as official pouring partner of this extremely successful community arts festival. We will work to support publicans in maximizing the hospitality opportunities that come hand in hand with an event of this scale and hope that people throughout Belfast get involved in the wide range of arts and cultural activities on offer as part of this year’s truly exceptional line-up.”
Féile director Kevin Gamble added; “It’s great to have Harp lager join us again this year as pouring partner. Not only is it good for the festival itself to have such a prestigious brand on board, but it’s also a wonderful boost for the local hospitality industry. Our lively inclusive atmosphere is one of the cornerstones of the ongoing success of Féile and West Belfast’s thriving public houses and restaurants play a key part in that.”