St Patrick’s concert against racism

X FACTOR finalist Lloyd Daniels, Britain’s Got Talent runners-up dance act Signature and top local rock/indie band Microlip will perform at a special free St Patrick’s Day concert in Newry Town Hall, Wednesday March 16.

Music Against Racism is being organised by the PEACE III Southern Partnership’s Challenge of Change Programme and supported by the European Union’s PEACE III Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

Lloyd Daniels was the 17-year-old Welsh singer mentored by Cheryl Cole in last year’s X Factor final and he is supported by Signature, a Michael Jackson/Bangla dance fusion dance act that wowed Simon Cowell in the 2008 Britain’s Got Talent final, narrowly missing out to street dance winner George Sampson.

Tickets for the event, which runs between 7pm and 10pm, will be allocated on a first come/first served basis. Two tickets are available per caller and can be purchased from The Sean Hollywood Arts Centre, Bank Parade, Newry on 028 3031 3180.

For further information on the concert and Racism is Wrong campaign visit www.southernpartnership.com or www.racismiswrong.org and add your support to the campaign via this and the Facebook page.