Snow Patrol at Ward Park

Reviews of every act that took to the stage at Snow Patrol's biggest and best gig yet in their home town of Bangor and the splendid surroundings of Ward Park.



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Rigsy | 14:11 UK time, Monday, 7 June 2010

guacamole.jpgThe biggest gig to ever happen in Northern Ireland, hosted by the biggest band we have ever produced - and it all took place at a cricket pavilion in North Down.

ATL was all over Ward Park on Saturday and here's what we've come up with in terms of coverage.

Our beautiful website is full of pictures, tweets and a review of every band who performed.

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Ward Park 2010 - Snow Patrol

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ATL | 14:26 UK time, Saturday, 5 June 2010

Snow PatrolWhere: Main Stage

When: 9:15pm

Describe in a tweet:  Massive but small

There's a cartoon sketch ATL commissioned a while back that teases Snow Patrol about the countless number of 'BEST. GIG. EVER.'s they've done and the seemingly endless homecomings. It tickled Gary Lightbody, who admitted he got the joke. Headline appearances at The Empire, The Ulster Hall, The Odyssey and Ward Park (let alone similar shows in Scotland) have all came and gone. But there was something genuinely special about today - as we've constantly reminded ourselves, this is the single biggest show to take place in Northern Ireland. Ever.

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Ward Park 2010 - Cashier No.9

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ATL | 14:24 UK time, Saturday, 5 June 2010

CASHIER.jpgWhen: 8.30pm

Where: Guinness Stage

Describe in a tweet: Carryduff boys bring the noise

The development of Cashier No.9 over the last few years has been phenomenal. From their humble beginnings playing bars as a two piece with a lap-top, to their current situation of being a fully fledged indie-rock monster, the band have consistently pushed themselves to greater heights, and tonight is no exception.

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