Harlequin Perform to 60,000 in 3 Months

Harlequin’s final performance in their hugely successful entertainment programme for the Millers Racing Series of Summer Racing Events takes place this Thursday July 24th at Leopardstown Racecourse.

This will be Harlequin’s fifth and final performance this year and their run at Leopardstown recognises the bands position as one of the leading corporate entertainment acts in Ireland. By the series-end Harlequin will have played to over 15,000 horseracing punters at Leopardstown between May 28th and July 24th. Harlequin will be performing on the main stage at the centre of the hospitality area adjoining the corporate tent and the parade ring. The guys will be taking to the stage after the last race has concluded at approximately 9.15 pm each night. The concerts which are open air on the big stage promises to entertain and thrill race-goers until approximately 11 pm.

This unique series of events are fantastic showcases for you to see Harlequin play live and will give you a great insight into Harlequin’s suitability for your celebration. Harlequin’s previous performances were an overwhelming success with tremendous feedback being received from punters, staff, and invited guests. If you are interested in attending any of these events as a guest of Harlequin to see the show first hand please contact the band and they will arrange guest passes. This way you can have a great evening at the races and afterwards be entertained by the most exciting live act in Ireland today.

Alternatively the facilities of the Racecourse are open free to the public from 8.45 pm. In addition to the Leopardstown series of events Harlequin recently played the official opening concert for the Killarney Summerfest in the INEC in June, the Summerfest black-tie ball in July, as well as numerous other private and corporate celebrations throughout the Summer. By Summer’s end Harlequin will have been seen by over 60,000 music fans. Make sure you avail your last chance to see the extravaganza that is Harlequin on the big stage.