Boston Celtic Music Fest12:45 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Attic Stage - First Parish Church in Cambridge, MA
BCMFest (Boston’s Celtic Music Fest), a program of Passim, showcases Greater Boston’s best musicians, singers, and dancers from Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton, and other Celtic traditions. BCMFest hosts an annual weekend-long festival in January that features more than 100 performers.
Throughout the year, BCMFest organizes the Celtic Music Cruise, Boston Urban Ceilidh, and monthly Celtic Music Monday Sessions at Club Passim, which spotlight local Celtic musicians and singers.
The Kelly Girls and Oran Mor will perform a collaborative set at the festival, presented by Passim.
The Knights of Columbus St Paddy’s Day Party7:30pm
‘Tis a private affair! You can have one too! Just contact us to find out how to book The Kelly Girls for your special event!
Finnegan's Pub12:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Finnegan's Pub in Hudson, MA
25 South St #5, Hudson, MA 01749
There's only one way to celebrate St Paddy's Day: All day music marathon at Finnegan's Pub with The Kelly Girls!
St Theresa's St Paddy's Day7:00 p.m.
'Tis a private affair. Want us to play your special event? Contact us today.
Nancy Beaudette & The Kelly Girls8:00 pm
Amazing Things Arts Center
160 Hollis St. (Rt 126)
Framingham, MA 01702
Tickets available with credit card on the web and by phone at the Center Tues-Sat, Noon-6pm and evenings when a volunteer is available. 508-405-2787 | http://amazingthings.org/event/the-kelly-girls-nancy-beaudette/
Shirley Summer Concert Series6:00 p.m.
Our Vision ~
Lead the Town of Shirley to become one of the best small towns in America by creating a friendly, thriving, vibrant, sustainable community which improves the quality of life for Shirley Residents. http://shirleycharitablefoundation.org/
Local non-profit organizations participate providing food & refreshments:
Location: Shirley Center Town Common
Main Stage at the Bolton Fair! Details TBA.
The Bolton Fair is a small town, agricultural fair that has been around for over 139 years. In 1874 when the Fair first began, the animal shows and agricultural exhibits were the heart of the Fair and still are to this day. There's also great food and entertainment, crafts, commercial exhibits, farmers' market, rides, lots of demonstrations, and a place just for kids. Now, as in the beginning, the Bolton Fair is run entirely by volunteers and typically draws over 30,000 people.
Topsfield Fair7:00 p.m.
The Kelly Girls take the main stage at the historic Topsfield Fair in Western Mass.
The colorful and often exciting history of Topsfield Fair began in 1818 when the Essex Agricultural Society, the non-profit organization that owns the Topsfield Fair, was officially granted a charter on June 12th of that year. Nearly 200 years later, the Society still strives, "to encourage, promote and preserve Essex County agricultural activities and to educate the general public regarding their importance in an atmosphere of fun and excitement through the medium of the Topsfield Fair."
Here are a few of the Venues where The Kelly Girls have played.
- Club Passim, Boston, MA
- Charlestown-Boston Bunkerhill & Pride Week
- Round Hill Highland Games, Lakeville, CT
- The Hibernian Cultural Center, Worcester, Ma
- The Bull Run Inn, Shirley, Ma
- First Night Worcester, Ma
- The Harvard General Store, Harvard, Ma
- Boston Celtic Music Fest (BCMFest), Cambridge, Ma
- The Williamstown Fair, Williamstown, Ontario, Canada
- The Nova Star Ferry from Portsmouth Maine to Nova Scotia, Canada
- The Amazing Things Arts Center, Framingham, Ma
- Finnegan’s Pub, Hudson, MA
- Waxy O’Connor’s Irish Pub, Woburn, MA
- The Bolton Fair
- The Topsfield Fair
- Shirley MA Summer Concert Series
- Merrimac Public Library, Merrimac, MA
- Leominster Public Library, Leominster, MA
“I want to give a shout-out for The Kelly Girls, who performed recently at the Leominster Public Library. This talented female foursome played to a packed house of 200+ people here on a Sunday afternoon. They played a variety of instruments and brought lovely harmonies to a mix of traditional, contemporary, and original Celtic tunes, ballads, folk, and pub songs. Our patrons were charmed, and especially enjoyed singing along to some of the familiar tunes! I highly recommend them!” – Ann Finch, Leominster Public Library
“As a couple in our 60’s we did not want the typical wedding DJ, so we decided to go with live Irish folk music, a mutual love. The Kelly Girls was not the first band we auditioned, but they were musically superior, they had a much more extensive song list, and their banter between songs was entertaining. And they do more than just Irish songs. We made a great choice. Aisling made sure that all our special requests were fulfilled, and we ended up with great music for our perfect day. Many thanks to The Kelly Girls!” – Linda & Peter
“The St Patrick’s Party held at our Sudbury church was exciting, and a fun filled evening thanks to the music by the Kelly Girls. We received many, many compliments and plan on booking this fine band again next year!” – Chris H