See Neil Lennon, John Kennedy and Damien Duff at Celtic FC Festival

WITH the Manager’s appearance at the Celtic FC Festival revealed just yesterday, spaces for the first sitting of 'An Audience with Neil Lennon' have already SOLD OUT, with supporters eager to put their questions forward to the Hoops boss.

Now, due to huge demand, the club is delighted to announce a second time slot on Sunday (July 28) to give you the chance to be there too!

Take your place in the Lomond Auditorium at Glasgow’s SEC to enjoy a Q&A with Neil Lennon, hosted by Celtic TV’s Gerry McCulloch, and with spaces for the second seating (running from 3:45pm until 4.15pm), available to book – act now to ensure you don’t miss out!

Please remember that you must have a ticket to attend the Festival on Sunday, July 28 before you can book a free place in the auditorium for the Q&A with Neil Lennon.

Festival goers on the Saturday (July 27) will also be able to enjoy an audience with Celtic assistant manager and first-team coach, John Kennedy and Damien Duff, as they take to the stage (from 2.30pm to 3.30pm) and share their memories of the Treble Treble triumph.

John Kennedy, the grandson of Celtic legend Jimmy Delaney, came through the Celtic Youth Academy and made his first-team debut in April 2000 at the age of 16, making him, at the time, the youngest ever player to play for the Hoops.

He would go on to make 45 appearances for the club, scoring one goal, and winning two league titles – in 2004 and 2008. Among his playing highlights was his starring role in a goal-less draw against Barcelona at the Nou Camp in 2004, when Celtic knocked the Catalan giants out of the UEFA Cup.

Since retiring from the game, Kennedy has become an integral part of the coaching set-up at Celtic, and was a key figure in the Treble Treble triumph.

Damien Duff joined Celtic last season, initially as reserve coach but then stepping up to the first-team when Neil Lennon took over as manager in February.

The Irish internationalist enjoyed a very impressive career as a player. He was capped 100 times for his country, while he won the English Premier League twice with Chelsea. He also enjoyed spells with Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Fulham while always remaining a Celtic supporter.

Entry to the Auditorium is free for supporters who have a ticket to attend the Festival. However, you must book a free ticket in advance to enter and guarantee your seat for the events in the Auditorium.

Visit celticfcfestival.com/auditorium to secure your place now.

If you haven’t yet secured tickets for the Celtic FC Festival, you can book online now at celticfcfestival.com, with tickets priced £15 for adults, £12.50 for concessions, £7.50 for juniors (aged 6-16) and completely FREE OF CHARGE for kids under six.

Many more special guests are yet to be announced, with a host of former Celts already confirmed to appear over the three-day. Here’s how the schedule is shaping up:

- Lubo Moravcik (Friday, July 26)

- Jackie McNamara (Friday)

- John Hartson (Saturday, July 27)

- John Kennedy and Damien Duff (Saturday)

- Neil Lennon (Sunday, July 28)

- Tom Boyd, Frank McAavennie and Simon Donelly are also scheduled to appear, with full details of events at Celtic FC Festival to be announced on celticfc.net in the coming weeks.

We look forward to seeing you there for a fantastic celebration of Glasgow’s green and white!