Scottish band to play on Monday and on St Patrick’s Day

Accordion music
Accordion music

A Scottish band is set to perform in Northern Ireland on Monday, ahead of its participation in St Patrick’s Day festivities.

The Forth Bridges Accordion Band, based in the coastal town of Bo’ness, is set to play at Enniskillen Unionist Hall at 8pm on Monday night alongside the Derryclavin Pipe Band and Erne Highland Dancers.

Tickets will cost £7 at the door.

The performance is a bid to help cover the band’s costs of travelling to the Province in order to take part in the the annual St Patrick’s parade in the town.

The band was formed by Alan Potters, who is originally from Lisbellaw in Co Fermanagh.

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