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Atlantic Sessions

Various Locations across Portstewart and Portrush, Portrush & Portstewart, County Antrim, BT56 8JE
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  • Black and white image of 2 men facing an audience.  One man is playing the violin and the other is playing a guitar.  The room is full and there
  • Image showing a band on stage - 2 people playing electric guitar, one playing keyboard and there is a set of drums in the background.  There are 3 men
  • Image shows the band 'Hunkpapa' playing on stage.  There are 4 band members, 3 playing guitar and one drummer.  There are red, green and blue lights s
  • A black and white image of a band performing.  There are 4 on stage, 3 ladies and one man.  The lady at the front is playing the keyboard and singing
  • Image shows a lady singing and playing guitar.  In the background there are two people sitting looking out the window at the harbour in Portstewart.
  • Close up image of an electric guitar being played.  The guitarist has a tattoo on his arms and is wearing dark jean and a dark coloured t shirt.  The


A high quality, musical feast, showcasing original music. From traditional to contemporary, electric to acoustic, Atlantic Sessions has emerged as a permanent feature on the cultural calendar creating an energetic, vibrant atmosphere in the pubs, hotels, coffee shops and town halls across Portrush and Portstewart.

The FREE Music Trail, will feature over 30 live original music gigs at various venues, with headline ticketed acts also on offer.
Atlantic Sessions offers a platform for up and coming talent as well as established artists from across Northern Ireland and beyond.

The majority of gigs are all FREE! Look out for more details and headline acts to be announced!

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