He is the biggest act in the country and he’s all set to provide a rare dancing treat at Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena next Saturday, St Valentine’s Night.
Yes, the scene is set for Nathan Carter and his band to weave their musical magic at the north’s biggest country dancing venue.
And the indications are that Nathan’s fans from near and far will be travelling to take part in what promises to be an extra-special occasion.
Because of commitments in the UK and abroad, Nathan is simply unable to fulfil regular dancing commitments in the province and this makes his appearance at Tullyglass that little bit special.
The fact that he will be performing on St Valentine’s Night, too, lends a further dimension to what should be a memorable occasion.
“It’s great to be going to the Tullyglass which is obviously a top-class venue with an ambience all its own,” says Nathan, He added: “Romance will be in the air on St Valentine’s Night and we hope that we can reflect this in our programme. Certainly we will be pulling out all the stops to ensure that everyone has a good time.”
Buoyed by a string of recording successes, backed by a top-class band that encompasses elite musicians and imbued with a dynamic stage personality, Nathan has long since soared into the stratosphere as a performer.
One thing is for certain – an electric atmosphere will prevail at the Tullyglass when he takes to the stage.
Noted for his wide-ranging programme that is tailored to cater for even the most discerning musical tastes, Nathan has firmly established himself as an iconic figure on the overall Irish entertainment scene.
He has helped to bring country music to a new level and in the process has spawned virtually a whole new industry.
Yet he remains modest and unassuming, focussed only on ensuring that he continues to provide the best possible show in terms of quality and entertainment value.
It can be said with complete certainty that this will be very much the case at Tullyglass House Hotel on Saturday Night.