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Photo Credit: Amy Hubbarth

Photo Credit: Amy Hubbarth

This is the band you've been waiting to drink with. The band brings the party to life with their infectious, high-octane originals and energetic stage show. Don't plan on sitting down once they've hit the stage!

Swift guitar swirls with dancing violin, on top of mandolin or accordion, while the bass and drums drive a rhythm straight to your drinking hand! The next thing you know your drink is empty and you can't stop bouncing along. Grab another drink and enjoy the rest of the show. Cheers!

 

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  • Heather

    Heather

    You guys were awesome last night..thanks for playing my song!

    You guys were awesome last night..thanks for playing my song!

  • Cathy Burr

    Cathy Burr Gaelic League

    Great show last nite! The girls and I loved it! Worth braving the snow for!!

    Great show last nite! The girls and I loved it! Worth braving the snow for!!

  • Roger

    Roger Clifford MI

    Was AWESOME (See what I did there?) seeing and hearing yall play Saturday night at Shiver me Timbers in Howell. Looking forward to seeing yall again. Great site by the way.

    Was AWESOME (See what I did there?) seeing and hearing yall play Saturday night at Shiver me Timbers in Howell. Looking forward to seeing yall again. Great site by the way.

  • Sue P

    Sue P Michigan

    Great site guys. Congrats!!

    Great site guys. Congrats!!

  • Painkiller

    Painkiller Calgary AB

    Loving the site! easy to navigate! Hope to see you up in the great white north some day :)

    Loving the site! easy to navigate! Hope to see you up in the great white north some day smile

  • Kilted Rennie

    Kilted Rennie Same place but a little later

    Please good sirs and good lady we would like to purchase black t-shirts. Thank Ye.

    Please good sirs and good lady we would like to purchase black t-shirts. Thank Ye.

  • Kilted Rennie

    Kilted Rennie Shiver Me Timbers @ Howell Opera House

    Awesomesauce! Love the new material. Cannot wait for MRF.

    Awesomesauce! Love the new material. Cannot wait for MRF.

  • Emily

    Emily Hikone-shi Japan

    I am so ecstatic you guys have a website!! You were the highlight of the Michigan Renaissance Festival and I can't wait to go to more of your shows with Mark on a full drum kit!! Looking forward to hearing more of your new stuff. XOXO!

    I am so ecstatic you guys have a website!! You were the highlight of the Michigan Renaissance Festival and I can't wait to go to more of your shows with Mark on a full drum kit!!

    Looking forward to hearing more of your new stuff. XOXO!

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Fury For A Feast

Witch's Hat Brewing Company, 601 S Lafayette St., South Lyon, MI

6th Annual FURY FOR A FEAST!!! Saturday, August 25, 2018 - Noon to Midnight Cover: $5 cash or $3 cash with 2 canned food items 21 & Up Only Rain or Shine Outside Beer Tents Canned Food Drive

Over 20 Barrel Aged Draft Beers including Traxxx and a dozen other Night Fury variants!!!

Food from Palate!

Live Music all day! Orbitsuns Stone Clover The Beggers Social Bones Rattlesnake Shake: a tribute to Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac Slumlord Radio

This is our 6th annual fundraiser/food drive benefiting Gleaners Food Bank and Blessings in a Backpack. We've donated just shy of $40,000 and 5,000 pounds of food to date. No one in our community should go hungry. We are so grateful to have this opportunity to take care of the community that takes care of us.

We would like to thank our sponsors: M4 CIC Busch's Fresh Food Market Kem Krest Rave Associates Wickham Construction Divine Power Yoga and Massage Pinz Bowling Center Venue South Lyon Silk Road Screen Printing Mayfair Real Estate Good Day Cafe Kevin DeVoy Sun Wave Realty Wonder Jump Inc. Anytime Fitness, South Lyon, Michigan Lyon Mechanical Hyperion Coffee Company Stephen Gould Exquisite Kitchen Designs South Lyon Cycle Grande Trunke Home Aubree's Pizzeria & Grill

Arts Beats & Eats

Michigan Lottery National Stage , Royak Oak, MI

In November of 2009, Arts, Beats & Eats announced it would be moving from its former location in the City of Pontiac to Downtown Royal Oak. In 2010, Arts, Beats & Eats celebrated its most successful year to date, hosting more than 400,000 people over four days, and raising over $350,000 for local charities. The economic impact to the region was measured at $39 million.

The festival was designed to provide outstanding family entertainment at a very low cost. In 2009 the festival added an admission fee. This $3 until 3pm, $5 after 3pm, and $7 after 5pm admission fee supports the festival and community. The admission fee is shared with thirteen community partners. To date, over $5 million raised by the Arts, Beats & Eats Foundation has been donated to charity.

Now entering its twenty-first year, Arts, Beats and Eats has celebrated many successes, including attracting large crowds each year, earning top rankings for its juried fine arts show, securing top national entertainment, and providing unique interactive programs for the family. Past music performers at Arts, Beats & Eats have included Brian McKnight, Montgomery Gentry, Live, The B52's, Wilco, The Isley Brothers, Collective Soul, Paul Rodgers of Bad Company, Martina McBride, G Love & Special Sauce, David Benoit, Jodee Messina, Blues Traveler, 38 Special, Rick Springfield, and many more. The festival has something to offer to everyone, in a child-friendly, safe and secure environment.

Muskegon Irish Music Festival

2743 Henry Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Held annually in September, the festival features 6 stages of music, culture, dance and more. Shop the market, eat at the Celtic Kitchen, sip at The Pub, The Tavern or Whiskey Snug, catch the Highland Games or Wee Ones’ area.

Our mission: To produce a world class Music Festival that promotes Irish culture and heritage, enhancing the community as a destination through entertainment, tourism, education, and philanthropy.

Since 2008, over $266,000 in cash and 21,000 pounds of food have been donated by the festival to the community, to help those most vulnerable.