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Post Office is just the ticket

By Staff Reporter

Garth Brooks may have pulled out of Croke Park, but music and comedy fans can come to West Belfast and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ireland’s biggest and best community festival.
As the countdown to Féile 2014 gathers pace, with ticket sales breaking all previous box office records, organisers have given the community something else to shout about – buying tickets locally is the cheapest way to get to see the likes of Boyzone, Kaiser Chiefs and Jason Manford!
The Kennedy Centre Post Office now sells Féile 2014 tickets with absolutely no surcharge making it £1.50 cheaper than other outlets and £2.75 cheaper than buying them online.
“In the past people could come to the office and buy their tickets directly,” said Féile Director Kevin Gamble, “but we’re dealing with such huge volumes of demand now that our staff couldn’t handle all the requests. That’s why we’re delighted to work with our partners at Kennedy Centre to make tickets available to people at absolutely no extra cost.
“But I’d advise people to get down quick,” cautioned Kevin. “They’re going quicker than ever, and it looks like we’re going to have to get a bigger tent for Falls Park between July 31 and August 10!”
Tickets for Féile are available at the Kennedy Centre Post Office with no booking fee, or from any other Ticketmaster outlet or online from

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