This year’s Night and Day Festival a huge success

Ruby O’Sullivan pictured performing with The Hyperzonics, a Music Generation Roscommon Band, on the Luna stage at the Night and Day Festival, Lough Key Forest Park on Sunday. Pic: Brian Farrell

The large crowd of festival goers were delighted as they basked in the sunshine and the wonderful family-friendly atmosphere at the Night and Day music festival which took place in Lough Key Forest Park in Boyle at the weekend.

The two-day festival, which is in its second year, was a great success. Music acts such as Emma Langford, The Eskies and Dublin based band, The Pillow Queens took to the stage on Saturday while Mercury Rev and the Hothouse Flowers were among the headline acts on Sunday.

Music Generation Roscommon performed on Sunday morning which gave all the young people involved a fantastic opportunity to get the experience of playing a music festival.

In a post on social media this afternoon, the organisers wrote:

“And that’s a wrap! We can’t believe Night and Day 2023 has come to a close. Much love to all our fantastic acts, who set the tempo for a brilliant weekend; to our amazing creatives, activity providers, vendors, and sponsors who helped keep us entertained and equipped; to @loughkeyforestpark for providing us with our dream festival backdrop; and to everyone who came along and danced, sang, and celebrated the weekend with us and filled it with life. Hope to see you all again soon x”