Irish Music Events

FYI…received this from our fellow Hibernians in Stafford, VA:
Sent: 8/21/2016 10:41:36 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: IrishUSA newly announced concert alert, DC metro area!

Hello All
There have been a few updates to Irish concerts in the DC metro area. One as recently as tomorrow, Friday night at Jammin Java in Vienna, VA. TIcket price is just $12. The show features, Ciaran Lavery (Co. Antrim) and Danny Burns (County Donegal). This show seems it may attract the younger generation, so just check out the link right here, to read all about it!! Ticket price only $12!

Additionally, we have the first ever concert at Paddy Barry’s Irish Pub, at Rte 7/ Rte 123 at Tyson’s Corner, VA, on Sept 28th featuring “Aoife Scott” and her band. Aoife is a member of the famous “Black Family” from Ireland, yes, you got it right, Mary and Frances Black. She is the daughter of Frances Black and the niece of Mary Black. She is on tour after a very successful run this summer on the Joanie Madden Cruise where she released her new album to great response from the hundreds of attendees on the cruise. I think there is nothing better than seeing a fabulous Irish group on tour, in a great Irish pub. Very limited seating so, get your tickets now! They are just $20 per person.

Also, the famous “Willis Clan” (Sept 19th) from the TLC reality TV show and “Eileen Ivers” (Oct 2nd) are appearing at the Hamilton Live in Washington, DC, which is at 14th and F. Streets. It’s a fabulous room to see a concert and tickets are on sale now, for the best seats in the house!

Click on my link for to see all of the upcoming concerts, all for which tickets are on sale now so you can get the best seats in the house! Also, there are links to the concert venues as well as the artists that are appearing there.

Paddy Barry’s at Tyson’s Corner is nearby the newish Tyson’s metro stop, and the Hamilton Live in Washington, DC, is within 2 blocks of Metro Center. Very near the White House! So, all easily accessible if you prefer not to drive!

Patty Simpson