Mighty St. Patrick's Festival
Thursday 16 - Sunday 19, March 2017.
The mightiest of mighty Irish festivals, Raglan Road’s Mighty Festival kicks off on Thursday March 16 running thru Sunday, March 19. Brace yourselves for a cacophony (big word that) of music so Irish that's it’s more Irish than any other found in this fair land. Throw in (tho not literally please) a troupe of Irish Dancers with more talent in their big toes than most possess in their lifetime and you have the ingredients for an fun, feisty and fantabulous Festival. A Mighty festival. The only Road to the best of Irish is Raglan Road. With sublime Irish food, an enormous range of craft beers and cocktails, a dedicated Irish store, face painting and much much more.
The craic (gaelic for fun) will be mighty at the mightiest of mighty St. Patrick's festivals
Raglan Road’s Mighty Festival featuring…
Young Dubliners are quite possibly Celtic rock’s hardest working band, playing hundreds of shows to thousands of fans across the US and Europe every year. Known for their exciting live performances, the Young Dubliners bring their hearty rock and Irish infused tunes to the Raglan Road stage. www.youngdubliners.com
Shows March 17 & 18
The Byrne Brothers
A sister duo based out of Nashville, Tn. Hannah and Caroline, grew up in the heart of Mississippi and were surrounded with bluegrass, country, and the delta blues. Their distinctive sound showcases an eclectic mix of bluegrass and roots music along with a unique blend of acoustic instrumentation, moving lyrics, and tight vocal harmonies which makes for an entertaining show. www.hanalena.com
Shows March 16 - 19
The Raglan Roots Coalition
No Compromisin'. 10 years down the Road, Raglan felt it was time to shake its boogie - Roots style. Cue The Raglan Roots Coalition. A coming together of Ireland's obnoxiously fine young talent - set fare to blow the cream off your pint. Think soul-rocking Celtic bluegrass with some hip-swingin', knee-shakin' breath stealin funky roots beats and your only half way there.
Swingin' On the Gate
This four-piece band of multi-instrumentalists with roots in legendary Lisdoonvarna in Co. Clare have serious crossover credentials and musical pedigree including traditional and classical training. They are multiple medal winners at Fleadhs music competitions and have toured in Italy, Switzerland and the United States. www.facebook.com/swinginonthegate
A clash of Celtic cultures creates a cacophonous crescendo. Rollickin' Rua are a fresh and exciting four piece traditional Irish music ensemble from Ireland and Scotland. Each of the accomplished musician brings a wealth of musical talent and experience making for a vibrant and exciting live show of music and song.
An award winning singer-songwriter from Co Cork in Ireland. Jennifer has been captivating audiences at Raglan Road over the last few months with her heartfelt music and meaningful lyrics. Her unique style shines through each song and she makes them her own.
The Raglan Road Dancers
The Raglan Road Dancers plucked from the stages of the most famed Irish Dance shows perform throughout the Mighty Festival.
Cover charge of $10 will apply to each guest 18 and over on March 17 only.