Just a quick update to let you know that we have a new event planned for March 9th in Savannah. It’s called Celtic Ceol Feis and will replace the popular Tara Feis, one of Savannah’s premier outdoor Festivals, which ran for 26 years before losing City funding last year. The format will be a little different, but the focus is still to bring a family friendly Irish cultural event to Savannah each Spring. The headline act for this, our first Celtic Ceol Feis will be The McLean Avenue Band, a terrific music group from the New York City area and led by Mullingar native Padraig Allen. We will have the two Savannah Irish schools of dance on stage, a performance by harpist Tracie Brown and I will host and perform for the event. It’s a beautiful setting in Emmet Park on Bay Street in downtown Savannah and this new event will rely on local and international sponsors as we move forward. My thanks to all involved.
This is a busy season for me and to find out about my all of my performances including my matinee at the Averitt Center for the Arts in Statesboro, Georgia on March 9th, and the Tybee Post Theatre on March 14th please check the calendar on my website.
We have two seats still open on our Down the Country Ireland Tour in June and two open on our Celtic Spirituality Ireland Tour in July. Information, itinerary and reservation forms can be found on our Tours page.
As the Irish season approaches may I wish you a Happy St. Patrick’s Day and all activities associated with this time of year.
Best for now,