Detroit Paddy Slag
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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St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit is proud to present its 169th Annual Highland Games. Our games are the oldest continuous games in North America.
Founded in 1849, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Scottish heritage through its arts, customs, dress, literature and national games.
We would like to invite you and your family to attend and enjoy our Highland Games on Saturday, August 4, 2018. The Games will begin with a traditional Ceilidh on Friday Evening, August 3rd.
Our 2018 Highland Games Brochure will be available in the near future for download and will have the information on where and how to purchase your tickets.
Indy Irish Festival
Indy Irish Fest's mission is to preserve, promote and nurture Irish culture, arts, music, sports and history. Our annual festival is an opportunity to share Irish heritage during a weekend encompassing cultural activities and family fun. Multiple Irish and community charitable organizations benefit.
Muskegon Irish Music Festival
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.