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Shoreline Festival Returns!

If you are looking for something to do over the August Bank Holiday, then look no further! Jordanstown Loughshore Park is the place to be on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 August as the ever popular Shoreline Festival returns.  

If you are looking for something to do over the August Bank Holiday, then look no further! Jordanstown Loughshore Park is the place to be on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 August as the ever popular Shoreline Festival returns.  

Have a great day out with all of the family on Saturday and Sunday from 2pm until 5pm on the amusements, outdoor farm, cage football, inflatables and much more! This year we have the exciting new addition of the Big Wheel - an excellent experience for all the family to see the breath-taking views over the Belfast Lough.

Saturday will finish with a fabulous flourish as Peter Corry brings his spectacular show, ‘The Showman is Coming’ to the Shoreline.  Set against a visually stunning backdrop of the Shoreline and the Big Wheel, this is a night of entertainment not to be missed!

A fantastic fireworks display will follow the show at 10pm on the Saturday evening. (Please note that glass bottles are not permitted at the show and the fireworks display is dependent on weather conditions).

On Sunday, the chilled out family summer fun continues with a free outdoor cinema, commencing at 3pm with a showing of the ever popular family film, Finding Nemo, followed by Mamma Mia at 6.30pm.  

Make sure you also pay a visit to Whiteabbey Village from 12pm to 5pm, where there will be family fun activities, stalls to meander through and tasty treats to take your fancy! 

Admission to the Shoreline Festival is free of charge, however a small charge will apply for the amusements and the Big Wheel. For more information including a full list of planned activities visit www.antrimandnewtownabbey.gov.uk/shoreline or follow us on Facebook

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