There’s rugby and Irish music and a beef-and-beer fundraisers this weekend and two Irish festival next weekend. Plus, for all you folks who’ve been wanting to know where you can learn to speak Irish, try the language immersion day at the Irish Center on Saturday, June 6.
Emmet Cahill, The Script, and the Irish Festival at Canstatter’s are the sound track for this week. There are a couple of more festivals coming up. Stay tuned.
The John Byrne Band will debut some new material at the Tin Angel, the Irish Immigration Center is holding a welcome-to-spring picnic, the Claddagh Fund is bowling for charity, and there’s lots, lots more, including a play and a pie at Fergie’s Pub, produced by the Inis Nua Theatre Company (and Fergie’s chef).
Make plans to celebrate Irish Heritage Night at the Phillies on Friday, May 15. And in between, hear the Irish Tenors, Timlin and Kane, and a noted harper-guitarist duo as well as learn about investing in Irish real estate. And more!
It’s Philly Fleadh weekend–one full day (Saturday) of everything from Irish punk to traditional music in a park-like setting in Bensalem. There’s a musical fundraiser at Marty Magee’s on Sunday, and plenty of other events that will make you glad you’re Irish.
Youth Gaelic sports is starting up this week, and there are some major music events coming later. And the Irish and the British are making up–at least in Philly at a special event co-sponsored by the Irish-American Chamber and the British-American Business Council. And there’s more!