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Have a Blast before gig with plenty of Swagger

Published: 24 Sep 2010 09:000 comments

Just before Friday night’s gig kicks off at FUEL, the BBC BAT truck rolls into town to explain just what activities will be available at BBC Blast.

Belfast band Midnight Transmission play FUEL tomorrow (Friday) night.

BBC Blast will be coming to Enniskillen during the Enniskillen Arts Festival, so this visit tomorrow night to Fermanagh Entertainment Underage Life (FUEL) tomorrow night will give full info on what will be happening. BBC Blast will be in Enniskillen from next Thursday, September 30 to Saturday, October 2 bringing activities like film making, street art, photo editing and animation right to your door.

The PSNI will be closing Quay Lane from 4.30pm to allow safe access between FUEL and the BAT truck.

Some workshops will berunning in FUEL, such as GLEE-type song and dance workshops. Most of the workshops will be down at the main base at Enniskillen Castle.

This Friday night will see bands coming from all across north and south of Ireland to play for under 18s in their own space.

Midnight Transmission from Belfast who describe themselves as hard rock/alternative will be doing some covers and playing a full originals set.

The ever popular This Years Black from Warrenpoint and Manifesto from Dundalk join three local bands made up of young people from across almost all schools in Fermanagh, Swagger, Basically Frank and newly formed Neon War bring the girls to the stage.

Doors open from 7pm. FUEL is a safe place for under 18s and runs a strict ‘no alcohol or drugs in you or on you’ policy.

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