Life Is A Rollercoaster



Tayto Park, Ashbourne, County Meath.

Pop gods Keith Duffy (left) and Brian McFadden (right) of Boyzlife flank Lucy Kennedy, MC of the weekend’s Tayto Park Fun Fest. – where Broadsheet winner Boj joined thousands of ‘revelllers’ savouring the finest of Irish and international pop music and free rides. On the attractions.

Last week: Win Nick’s Free Tix

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Also at the Tayto Park Fun Fest.

From top: Atomic Kitten, crowd shot; ‘Freddie Mercury’ from Qween; ‘revellers’ going radio ga ga; Freddie salutes Tayto Park.

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20 thoughts on “Life Is A Rollercoaster

    1. Ian-O


      One day the condition known as ”Moronicus Majorus” will be accepted as a genuine condition and where will you and I be?


      At Brian.

      Not with him though.

    1. Cathal

      Park was quite busy, the music area not so much. Kids find most of the acts old and boring.

    1. blip

      It was awful,the line up was the worst and if you actually thought it was good, your opinion is beyond suspect.

      1. millie st murderlark

        Grand we’ll just take your (unverified) word for it.

        Oh and just because it’s your opinion that doesn’t make it a fact, no matter how much you think of yourself.

      2. Boj

        Tell that to my 3 & 6 year old!
        Actually no, what are you doing talking to my kids, fupp off ya weirdo!

    2. Slightly Bemused

      Glad to hear you and your kids enjoyed it, Boj. Nice to get feedback from these prizes that they do make someone’s day :)

  1. Daisy Chainsaw

    The absolute dregs in that lineup, presented by someone who tried to humanize Hatie Hopkins.

    At least there were crisps.

    1. Ian-O

      Oh yeah, yer wan.

      Nudder RTE ‘celeb’ for some arcane reason that may never be established.

      I’ve already ruled out personality, talent or unique perspective.


  2. Paulus

    Not much left of yer wan’s jeans in top pic:
    Well done cool-hunters.
    What’s next?
    How about swapping ghetto couture for some rural chic:

    Let me start you off – baler twine as a belt for trousers maybe?

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