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Emily Campbell, Carla Kierans and Ella Thomas at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Emily Campbell, Carla Kierans and Ella Thomas at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Karen, Adam, Paul McConnon and Gerry Crinion at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Karen, Adam, Paul McConnon and Gerry Crinion at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Finn Dorgan and Samantha Raikstina at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Finn Dorgan and Samantha Raikstina at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Niamh Walsh and Jenna Winters at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Niamh Walsh and Jenna Winters at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Matilda and Rachel Callaghan at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

Matilda and Rachel Callaghan at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

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Emily Campbell, Carla Kierans and Ella Thomas at the Boomapalooza festival in The Boomerang Club. Photo: Colin Bell Photography

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Boomerang Centre and Café put on a massive show on Saturday, with local teens and bands showcasing their talent.

On the day, there were two stages, the Main Stage and the Basement Stage, featuring young bands from all over Louth and Meath, with delicious festival food, graffiti artists, and an outdoor seating area. 

The biggest event in Boomerang’s history, Boomapalooza Festival, kicking off at 2pm, saw Orla Mc Dermott take to the stage, singing Amy Winehouse’s iconic Valerie on the Basement Stage.

Other acts throughout the day included Daniel Armstrong, The Outlanders, Collision and many more. 

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The first youth music festival held in Boomerang, it provided young people with a space to let loose and to show off their abilities, introducing them to the joys of making music. 


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