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One Giant Picnic

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon with live music, food and flowers

Sat, 4 September
1.00PM - 5.00PM
Antrim Castle Gardens

Adm: £1.25

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Tickets are free (a booking fee of £1.25 applies to each ticket in support of the Mayor’s Charities: Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and Women’s Aid ABCLN) Under 3 years old will not need a ticket.  Tickets for One Giant Picnic will also provide free access to our shows in the Parterre - you will receive a link to book these in your One Giant Picnic confirmation email. 

Events Field

Join us for a day of fun at Antrim Castle Gardens on Saturday 4th September 2021 from 1-5pm for our One Giant Picnic. This family fun event has something for the whole family to enjoy including on our main stage, Armagh Rhymers, Jordan Walker and the Bjorn Identity. The vibe from the main stage continues around our events field to include kids attractions and performers. 

The Parterre - Additional Events

Book your ticket to One Giant Picnic, and you will get access to reserve your free spaces for these events:

  • Ronnie Greer @ Antrim Castle Gardens
  • Opera Gala @ Antrim Castle Gardens
  • A Conversation with Diarmuid Gavin
  • Your Gardening Questions Answered With Diarmuid Gavin

Please note:

  • This is a ticket only event. Tickets will be available to book from Friday 20th August. Numbers permitted to attend are limited so please ensure that you reserve your tickets early. Admission to the event is free however a £1.25 booking fee per ticket will apply, with income being donated to the Mayors charities Entry will only be permitted on receipt of a ticket booked in advance. Tickets cannot be booked on the day.

  • Tickets are limited to 4 tickets per transaction.  Entry to this event will only be gained by showing receipt of a purchased ticket either on your phone or a print at home ticket.

  • This event is subject to NI Executive Guidelines



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