The stage for the Lakeland Sessions at Blackhall in Mullingar.

Lakeland Sessions - The stage is set

The stage is set for Lakeland Sessions, part of Westmeath Bachelor Festival, at Blackhall in the centre of Mullingar.

Opening night

The fun for the bank holiday weekend starts tomorrow at 6.15pm, when Ross Corroon opens the musical offering.

He's on stage for an hour, then it's Some Ones Sons from 7.30pm to 8.30pm and Whistlin' Donkeys from 9pm to 11pm.


On Saturday, April 30, the fun starts early. Gates are open at 3pm, and the lineup is as follows:

3.15-3.45pm, Cian Thomas

4-4.30pm, Codyy

4.45-5.30pm, Flynn

5.45-6.15pm, Ellen Sleator

6.45-7.45pm, The Blizzards

8.15-9.15pm, Gavin James

9.45-11pm, The Academic.


On May Day, Sunday May 1, there's a country theme on the Blackhall stage.

Gates open at noon and the lineup is:

12.30-1.15pm, Camillus Egerton

1.30-2.15pm, Cliona Hagan

2.30-3.10pm, Olivia Douglas

3.25-4.15pm, Robert Mizzell

4.45-6.30pm, Nathan Carter.

Local Heroes

Then the Local Heroes take over. There's a €10 admission for that:

6.30-7pm, The Flynch

7-8pm, Alp Luachra

8.30-9.30pm, The M Fours

10-11pm, Cronin


The recycling bottle banks at Blackhall car park are closed to the public till Tuesday 3 May.

All other recycling bottle bank locations around Mullingar will be open over the weekend.