Bush bar ready to Rock for Sam

Bush Bar and Grill ready for Rock For Sam

Staff from the Bush Bar and Grill in Enniskillen: Aisling Shannon Gavin Keenan and Paul Maguire are ready to welcome everyone to their ‘Rock For Sam’ event on August 25

THIS bank holiday weekend sees a plethora of bands and solo artists descend on the Bush bar in Enniskillen.

The event, dubbed ‘Rock For Sam’, takes place from the early afternoon on Sunday and features a range of musicians performing to help raise money for the Sam Bradley care fund.

Sam, from Belnaleck, is the son of Colm and Michelle Bradley.

He was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma in January of this year. His six phase year long treatment plan has commenced with Sam completing six series of chemotherapy.

The music takes place from 3pm – with two stages.

Downstairs, on the electric stage, Captain Casey, The Hand me Downs, and Yellow Car No Return, are among the highlights, while on the upstairs stage, Roisin and Felina Burns will be joined by, among others, Luke Burns.

Manager of the Bush Bar, Patrick McCanny, said: “It’s a charity night – we’re expecting a large crowd for a great night of music.”

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