It is becoming a tradition! We all had so much fun last year that we are going to do it again. The Town Pants may hail from Vancouver, B.C., but they know Pittsburgh loves them! There will be no better place to be on St. Patrick’s Day than the Thunderbird Cafe.
Tickets are just $17 in advance and, if you buy now, Music Night On Jupiter will pay your ShowClix service fees. Tickets will be $22 at the door. Of course, the Thunderbird will be running St. Paddy’s Day beverage and food specials. You can drop in right after work and we will get the evening going for you!
A contingent of Pittsburgh’s newest Celtic-rock group, The Barleycorn Bards, will open. Trust us, you won’t want to miss that.
Doors at 6, music starts before 7, The Town Pants hit the stage @ 8 PM.
More about The Town Pants:
With more than 15 years of headlining Roots and Celtic festivals, to selling out nights at rock venues, The Town Pants’ own brand of Celtic roots rock has bben captured on six albums so far, backed up with a legendary live show that has garnered them fans internationally from New York to Norway. While the Pacific Northwest may not be the first place you would expect to hear rollicking Celtic roots music, The Town Pants have long been determined to change that. The Vancouver, B.C.-based band combines aspects of traditional Irish,folk-rock and roots/americana music, fusing their signature dual lead vocals to create a unique brand of high energy “West Coast Celtic” that remains in the heart and head long after the music stops. There are many Celtic folk-rock bands out there, but rarely does a band possess this combination of passion, energy, animation and spirit that makes for the most energetic show in the genre. With performances in hundreds of cities and over a dozen countries, The Town Pants have become a consistent audience favorite at Celtic, Folk, World, Irish and Rock festivals throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.