Solas: Celtic Music for St. Patrick's Day
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All offers for Celtic Band Solas have expired.
The last date listed for Celtic Band Solas was Saturday March 17, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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The parking is very disorganized at MTW. Be sure to allow time going in and getting out. On the Atherton side, they are usually line up into the street. It appears there is only one line, but there is normally two. There is just no sign or person to let you know . You may see someone a block away swing their arms, if anything.'S Wonderful info • Apr 21 2014 star this tip starred
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I was unfamiliar with this group but was totally knocked out at their St. Patrick's Day concert! The skill of the guitar, banjo, concertina, violin and lute playing was staggering. The musicianship absolutely top notch. Many of the selections...continued
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style with Solas, loudly proclaimed as the most popular and exciting Celtic band to ever emerge from the United States! Lyrical song themes are conveyed through the soft vocals of Kilkenny-born Mairead Phelan and an energetic blend of flute, tenor banjo, mandolin, whistle, guitar, bodhran, fiddle, keyboard, accordion and concertina, making up the sound The Philadelphia Enquirer called, “mind-blowing Irish folk music!”