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Ballymena Rock Choir brings the entertainment to town

Ballymena Rock Choir members singing in the Tower Centre in the town over the weekend.

Ballymena Rock Choir members singing in the Tower Centre in the town over the weekend.

Rock Choir Leader, Rachel Coulter led her Ballymena Rock Choir Members at a fantastic performance on Saturday 16th March at the town's Tower Centre.


Members of the local choir were singing to raise vital funds for Dementia NI, a cause close to the hearts of many of the members including Rachel.


Rock Choir Leader Rachel Coulter commented:


“We had a fantastic time singing at the Tower Centre. We are proud to be supporting an incredible charity, Dementia NI. We were able to raise an incredible £300 in just 30 minutes!

"For many this is a cause close to home and our Rockies sang with real heart and spirit, it was a proud moment”.


Rock Choir launched in and around Belfast just over a year and a half ago and since then has quickly amassed over 600 Members. Rock Choir will be supporting Dementia NI over the next year with various fundraising drives. They will also be supporting smaller local charities.


Rock Choir attracts individuals from all walks of life and these members experience a huge range of health benefits due to the many life-changing ingredients that make up the unique offering of Rock Choir. It is a second family to many and members gain support and experience friendship by being part of the choir.

Ballymena Rock Choir members singing in the Tower Centre in the town over the weekend.


There are many physical and mental advantages to group singing and the Rock Choir Team ensure that the unique educational and social schedule ticks many boxes, culminating in a joyous and life-changing experience for the members. Its uplifting ethos of fun, friendship and community spirit is a huge part of its attraction and members enjoy a dynamic and busy new social life as well as connecting with their community.

At an individual level, it helps improve people's well-being by building their self-confidence, with some members reporting that they have come off anti-depressants, experienced a marked change in their self-esteem and in turn now enjoy positive mental and physical health.


Rock Choir performs at approximately 2000 events each year from local community and charity fund-raisers to high-profile National events. It helps raise thousands of pounds a year for local and National charities through these events.


There is no need to audition or read music and everyone is welcome! Rock Choir offer a FREE taster session to anyone that would like to come along and give them a try! Just go to

The new terms starts in April and they would love to welcome new members.


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