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Come along to watch Saturday’s Lotto draw broadcast LIVE from SLIGO LIVE

Sligo Live: Ireland’s foremost roots music festival, is already bringing
the leading Irish and International roots musicians to Sligo this weekend,
and now they’re also bringing an extra €2million from the National Lottery
to town.

The National Lottery is taking the draw for an extra large bank holiday
jackpot to the heart of Sligo this Saturday 24th October with a live
broadcast from O’Connell Street at approximately 8pm. Sligo Live and The
National Lottery will present a carnival of live entertainment on the
street from 7pm with jugglers, stilt walkers, mime artists, a 22 piece
Samba Band, an 8 piece salsa band filled with Dublin’s finest salsa
musicians: Mangeira, and our own rock legend Tabby. Fun for all the family.

RTE presenter Nuala Carey will draw the lucky numbers so make sure you buy
a Lotto ticket for Saturday’s draw- with an extra ?2 million added to the
Lotto jackpot it promises to be an exciting event.
The Street Party continues after the draw with music continuing until
8.30pm, making it perfect family entertainment, and an ideal way to sample
the spirit of Sligo Live. Saturday’s whole LIVE event is free of charge,
but be sure to get the party started early by getting a prime spot between
the Music and Lotto Stages for the best view.
Fun and entertainment will be awaiting you on O’Connell Street this
Saturday night so make sure you buy a Lotto ticket for this Saturday’s
Lotto draw and join in the LIVE fun and entertainment from 7pm onwards- it
could be you!
National Lottery good causes benefit from the Lotto draw, with one third of
all sales going to fund beneficiary projects around the country. Since the
National Lottery was launched, over ?3 billion has been raised for good
causes. This level of funding has made a significant difference to
communities, projects and individuals in the areas of Youth, Sports,
Recreation & Amenities; Health & Welfare; Arts, Culture & National Heritage
and the Irish Language.

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