Snow Patrol to Headline 'Bushmills Live'

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Snow Patrol to Headline 'Bushmills Live'

Postby ChloeLeighton » Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:06 pm

Bushmills Irish Whiskey has announced Snow Patrol as the first of a number of artists who will perform at 'Bushmills Live' - the handcrafted whiskey and music festival taking place at the Old Bushmills Distillery on the north coast of Ireland on 20th and 21st June 2012.

Snow Patrol, who are from Northern Ireland, are one of the world's most popular bands, selling more than 11 million albums since their breakthrough record Final Straw debuted in 2003.

The two-day handcrafted festival will be the first ever staged in an Irish whiskey distillery. The artists will play a series of intimate gigs in age-old buildings around the distillery. Other performers announced at this stage include renowned musician Foy Vance , who along with David Holmes composed the music for the OSCAR®* winning short film, 'The Shore', and award winning singer songwriter and producer, Iain Archer .

Snow Patrol's Jonny Quinn commented: "Playing live on a bill of great artists and friends, in the Old Bushmills Distillery that's been around for centuries - it doesn't get much better than that!"

'Bushmills Live' will be a truly 'money can't buy experience'. Tickets for the event will not go on general release, instead fans of Bushmills Irish Whiskey can win the chance to attend the festival by entering a competition on the Bushmills Facebook page -

To stand a chance of winning they will have to submit a photo of themselves and friend and explain why they and their friend should be in the audience for 'Bushmills Live'.

As well as listening to great music, those fortunate to win a ticket to the festival will also have the opportunity to make their own blend of Bushmills Irish Whiskey.

To win tickets to 'Bushmills Live' or to find out more, visit

Entry opens at 16:08 GMT on St Patrick's Day and closes at 23:59 GMT on 27th April 2012. Terms and conditions apply.

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