07 Oct 2022

Looking ahead to Naas BBQ Evenings

Tote Ireland have rolled in behind Naas Races this summer to support their Popular BBQ Evenings.

Tote Ireland have rolled in behind Naas Races this summer to support their Popular BBQ Evenings.

At the launch of the BBQ Evenings Claire Kelly, Tote Ireland said “We are very excited at being involved with the Naas BBQ Evenings. They are a feel good summer event for all the community to enjoy and they are an ideal way for us to promote our online pool betting website” The Tote Ireland sponsorship is the perfect match for Naas, as they have always been keenly involved in their BBQ evenings, in particular the Beginners evening in July.

The BBQ Evenings are a traditional Summer Event at Naas Races, with the first event taking place on Wednesday Evening the 27th of June with the first race going to post at 6pm. BBQ’s Packages start from only E35 to include admission, racecard, BBQ meal and a table reserved in the marquee with music and bar facilities every evening until 11pm to keep the crowd entertained.

Each evening is specially themed, adding to the top class flat racing which will be staged at Naas Races. They are the ideal way to forget the mid week stresses and get in the summer mood.

The July dates include Wednesday the 11th of July, with live band, and Wednesday the 25th of July, our spectacular Beginners Evening with a chance to learn all there is to know about from horse racing with interviews from Top Jockey & Trainers giving you the inside track.

Tom Ryan, Manager, Naas Racecourse, said “ BBQ Evenings at Naas Races is the ideal opportunity for people to relax, mingle and have some fun whilst making the most of the long summer evenings”.

 The first race is off at 6pm. General Admission is only E15 (includes E5 betting voucher), BBQ Packages E35 per person, OAP E9 (including free tea/coffee), U-18’s & Students U-26 are free (Valid student card required). Panoramic Restaurant Package from only E40 (to include admission, racecard, main course, reserved table & tea/coffee).

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