The High Kings

Friday
17
Mar

St. Patrick's Day Show

  • w/ TriHearn Duo
  • Venue:Concert Hall
  • Showtime:08:00 pm
  • Doors open:06:00 pm
  • $40 AdvanceAdv, $45 Day of ShowDay of, All Ages, Reserved
  • Sold Out

Internationally acclaimed singers of Irish folk songs

 

Why you should see this show…

An international sensation, The High Kings take the concert hall stage for a very special St.Patrick’s Day show. So go ahead and enjoy the parade in the morning, but be sure to come visit us for a night of great music from these fine Irish lads. It’ll be a St.Patrick’s Day you won’t soon forget.

The High Kings Bio
Ireland’s Folk Band of the year, The High Kings, are Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden. Coming from accomplished Musical pedigrees, The High Kings grew up in households soaked in the Irish Musical tradition and each member of the band witnessed first hand the power of well crafted Irish music on an audience.

Since The High Kings started in 2008, they have sold out hundreds of shows, in Ireland and the US, made numerous TV appearances, recorded 3 studio albums and 1 live album and achieved platinum status with their 1st two albums.

2013 is the start of an exciting time for The High Kings having signed to Sony International and releasing their 4th album “Friends for Life” which is out in Europe in September 2013. This impressive album features tracks written by the lads and some old favourites.

The High Kings showcase their incredible versatility and skills as multi-instrumentalists, playing 13 instruments between them bringing a rousing acoustic flavour to brand new songs as well as some old favourites. The High Kings are continuing to live up to their reputation as a phenomenal live band, serving up laughter, good times and even the odd sing along.

 

TriHearn Bio
TriHearn is made up of siblings Caitlin, Brendan, and Conor Hearn. The Maryland – born, Cleveland – based group has been performing as a trio since 2002. Since then, they have grown into seasoned musicians, attending music camps around the world and performing in many different states. TriHearn describes their sound as a mix of Irish, Scottish, and American folk music. They are always looking to push outside of their musical comfort zone and expand their sound to include elements from other genres of music.

Last call for dining will be 15 minutes before show time. Please arrive early if you plan to eat dinner with us. The bar will remain open, and beverage service will continue throughout the concert.