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September 6th, 2016 | by LCN Editor
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Red Hot Chili Peppers and Avicii were the headline acts on the biggest stage in Northern Ireland recently as 75,000 music fans enjoyed another tremendous Tennents Vital outing at the Boucher Road Playing Fields in Belfast.

And hosts, Tennents, took the opportunity to renew their acquaintance with plenty of old friends and colleagues during the event by inviting them along to enjoy some fairly stellar hospitality.

The picture at the top shows boxer, Michael Conlan (centre), along with Fergal McNerny and Pearse Devine from The Devenish in Belfast.

 

 

 

Enjoying some hospitality during the Tennents Vital event are Emma McDowell, Aaron Pollock and Christopher and Alanna McBride. They were amongst the forbidden few who won upgrades to the Magners Flavours Garden within the uber-cool guest enclosure at this year’s event.

 

Enjoying a taste of Red Hot Chili Peppers as Tennent’s Vital rocked Belfast with record crowds and two days of mega music are Magners staff Emma Carswell and Megan Green with winners Podraig Byrnes and Leonard Duric. They were amongst the forbidden few who won upgrades to the Magners Flavours Garden within the uber-cool guest enclosure at this year’s event.

Pictired here are Magners staff Emma Carswell and Megan Green with hospitality winners Podraig Byrnes and Leonard Duric.

 

Enjoying the hospitality in the quirky ‘Vital Bar’ as Tennent’s Vital rocked Belfast with record crowds and two days of mega music are Laura Armstrong and Rachel McAfee  from Molly’s, Randalstown and Top of the Town Bar, Antrim.  The pop-up pub and adjoining Magners Flavours Garden provided a surprise pop up at the uber cool festival: a perfect chill out area for Tennent’s guests to relax with a chilled Tennent’s.

Enjoying the hospitality in the quirky ‘Vital Bar’ are Laura Armstrong and Rachel McAfee from Molly’s, Randalstown and Top of the Town Bar, Antrim.

 

Enjoying the hospitality in the quirky ‘Vital Bar’ as Tennent’s Vital rocked Belfast with record crowds and two days of mega music are Michael Stewart, Brian Townley and Colm Oates from Garrick Bar and Madison’s. The pop-up pub and adjoining Magners Flavours Garden provided a surprise pop up at the uber cool festival: a perfect chill out area for Tennent’s guests to relax with a chilled Tennent’s.

Enjoying the day out are Michael Stewart, Brian Townley and Colm Oates from the Garrick Bar and Madison’s.

 

Enjoying the hospitality in the quirky ‘Vital Bar’ as Tennent’s Vital rocked Belfast with record crowds and two days of mega music is boxing champion, Brian Magee; NI football manager Michael O’Neill; Tom McCusker and Conor Magill from Tennent’s NI; and football legend, Jim Magilton. The pop-up pub and adjoining Magners Flavours Garden provided a surprise pop up at the uber cool festival: a perfect chill out area for Tennent’s guests to relax with a chilled Tennent’s.

NI football manager, Michael O’Neill (second from left) is pictured with Brian Magee, Tom McCusker and Conor Magill from Tennent’s NI along with football legend, Jim Magilton.

 

Enjoying the hospitality in the quirky ‘Vital Bar’ as Tennent’s Vital rocked Belfast with record crowds and two days of mega music is Jeff Tosh, Tennent’s NI, with Leesa McCann from Cellar Bar, Lurgan; and Roisin and Trevor McCann from Corner House Bar, Lurgan. The pop-up pub and adjoining Magners Flavours Garden provided a surprise pop up at the uber cool festival: a perfect chill out area for Tennent’s guests to relax with a chilled Tennent’s.

Enjoying the event are Jeff Tosh, Tennent’s NI, with Leesa McCann from The Cellar Bar, Lurgan; and Roisin and Trevor McCann from Corner House Bar, Lurgan.

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