Sounds Like: Solas, Sharon Shannon, Lúnasa, Cathie Ryan, BROCK McGUIRE BAND
Manager: Henry Austin
Bio: Keltricity is a “Celtic World” band and features contemporary, traditional and Celtic-inspired music from Ireland, Cape Breton, Scotland, England, Brittany, New England, French Canada and wherever. The five-member group is comprised of accomplished musicians with backgrounds in various musical ge... See Full BioMore Info
We're pleased to join this music series celebrating regional music and heritage.
It's been 3 years since we last played for St Patrick's Day at the Irish Rover. It's always a great time with fun crowds and high energy. We'll be there for part of the day long festivities.Make reservattions for dinner as it does get crowded!
We continue to celebrate St Patrick's Day like no other band can- we explore the wide world of Celtic music from the far flung places that are treasures to us all.
Ticketed guests should arrive by 1 p.m., when the Irish-themed festivities are set to begin. Among the activities, a genealogy expert will be on hand for those interested in researching their Irish heritage. After an hour of music and dancing, guests will board the Shamrock Express Dinner Train at 2:30 pm. Musical entertainment will continue on the train. Aboard the 1940s dining car, guests will be treated to a meal, served while the train travels through the scenic and historic Rolling Fork River valley. Located just south of Louisville in New Haven, Kentucky, the Kentucky Railway Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to educating the public about the history and heritage of Kentucky's railroads and the people who built them. The museum features a collection of railroad artifacts and memorabilia, housed in a replica of the original New Haven depot. Exhibits include four steam and six diesel locomotives, and more than 100 pieces of rolling stock are on exhibit.