We are delighted to welcome Ireland’s biggest country music star Nathan Carter to Eason O’Connell St. Dublin, Donegall Place Belfast & Foyleside to sign copies of his revealing and inspirational autobiography ‘Born For The Road’.
Tickets are FREE but are strictly limited and must be booked in advance through the links below.
Saturday September 29th at 11:30am
Wednesday October 24th at 1pm
Friday December 7th at 4pm
Tickets are free but places are strictly limited and available to reserve via Eason. Those without tickets will be turned away. One ticket per person and max of two tickets per order. Tickets are only valid for the date and location stated on the ticket and may not be transferred (Dublin Sept 29th, Belfast October 24th & Foyleside December 7th). Please ensure you arrive at the specified event start time.
Tickets shall not be purchased or obtained from or through any person, commercial agent, company or otherwise than directly by the applicant from Eason. Any tickets advertised for sale will be void. Management have the right to refuse entry or remove anyone who does not comply with these rules or who fails to follow reasonable instructions on the day. Nathan will only sign copies of ‘Born For The Road’ no other merchandise will be signed.
Unfortunately due to the unique element of this event we cannot reserve or have copies signed for those unable to attend on the day.
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Nathan Carter has become Ireland's biggest country music star. He is heralded by many as reviving the country music genre and bringing it into the mainstream. He has sold out venues across the UK and Ireland, has landed his own primetime show, and is loved and respected by legions of fans across Ireland. But how did a lad from Liverpool accomplish all this before the age of 27? In his revealing and inspirational autobiography, Nathan reminisces about his music filled childhood, and growing up in Merseyside with his Liverpool-Irish family. From his first taste of showbiz at the tender age of four, to his success on the north of England club circuit and his subsequent relocation to Donegal, Nathan explores the twists of fate that took him to chart success and to become Ireland's adopted poster boy for country music.