This Sunday 20th January 2013 The live City of Culture event Sons & Daughters will take place in the Venue which is the new purpose-built pavilion at Ebrington, which is supported by Derry City Council. The Big Line-up features various local celebrities which hil Coulter, The Undertones, Paul Brady, Damian McGinty, Gerard McChrystal, Amanda Burton, Dana, The Priests, Eva Birthistle, James Nesbitt, Codetta and Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle, Gary Lightbody and Johnny McDaid from Snow Patrol playing acoustic, and Neil Hannon complete the line-up for Sons & Daughters –the opening concert for the Derry~Londonderry City of Culture 2013. Sons & Daughters will be recorded for BBC Northern Ireland television and broadcast live on the night on BBC Radio Ulster, presented by Marie-Louise Muir, from 7.30pm. All complimentary tickets for the Sons & Daughters concert, which were issued through a random draw, have now been allocated.Doors open at 6.30pm and the concert will begin at 7.45pm.Peter Johnston, Director BBC Northern Ireland, said: “In what looks set to be a memorable year, we are very excited to be part of Sons and Daughters as the opening concert to mark the start of Derry~LondonderryUK City of Culture. The BBC is planning a number of major events and programmes across the year and it is great to begin with such a prestigious occasion as we host a special evening of music and celebration.