Sunday, 18th March 2018
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Last Saturday saw “The Churchyard Sessions” on Bailey’s New Street, a series of Free Open Air Concerts Every Saturday evening presented by The Reg, reach new heights in terms of Festival atmosphere. With the addition of Waterford v Kilkenny hurling match shown live on a giant outdoor screen, crowds came out in their droves to enjoy a day & night of unlimited Free Entertainment which began at 4pm with ArtBeat’s programme of weekly emerging artists, followed by the big game at 7pm and then SCOOPS brought the outdoor entertainment to a spectacular by 11pm!

Bailey’s New Street was absolutely buzzing.

The Free Entertainment didn’t finish there in the Viking Triangle – there was more fun to be had inside The Reg, with punters dancing the night away to Resident DJ Shay Searson in The Reg Bar, local band High Definition rocking out a super gig live on stage in Noc Noc and plenty of Cocktails shaken at the Rooftop Terrace Bar until the wee hours. This coming Saturday 15th July sees Music Festival favourites Æ MAK bring their bewitching live performance to the Churchyard Sessions to transport us to another realm. With their percussive vocal harmonies, synchronised choreography and punk-esque performance style, Æ MAK are a fiery live duo!

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With Y.O.L.O. (You Only Live Once!) at The Reg, the weekend now stretches from Thursday to Monday nights with Live Music every night, 2 for 1 Cocktails, 3 Pints for €12 & 4 VRBs/Jager Bombs for €20 available every Thursday, Sunday & Monday night. Take advantage of these drink specials in the ground floor bars, which host the Live Entertainment or up on the panoramic Rooftop Terrace and watch the world go by. The Reg, Waterford’s Premier night spot, guarantees a cool and funky vibe every night and the best hand-crafted cocktails in the region.


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