Music City Irish Fest presents

CANCELED: St. Patrick’s Day kick off concert - MusiCares® benefit

Music City Irish Fest

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DATE: March 13, 2020, at 7:30 p.m.

LOCATION: War Memorial Auditorium

STARTING AT: Free Event

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KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

King Hospitality Group, along with local representatives, have made the decision to cancel this weekend’s Music City Irish Fest. Damage from last week’s tornado in and around the Bicentennial Mall has highlighted crowd safety issues and security concerns. “Power grid outages, structural damage to nearby buildings and storm debris are not conducive to a safe and fun festival ground,” states event organizer Michael King. All purchased tickets are in the process of being refunded, and there are no plans in place to reschedule this year.

All tickets will be refunded to the credit card used at the time of purchase in 7 to 10 business days. For orders paid by cash, a check will be issued to the address on file within 30 days. Orders paid with a gift certificate will be refunded to a new gift certificate and issued to the address on file within 5 business days.

In light of the recent tornadoes in Tennessee, please join us for this FREE concert to benefit MusiCares®. Donations will be taken at the door and 100% of proceeds will be going to MusiCares®.

Kick off your St. Patrick’s Day weekend with Irish music’s most award-winning trio Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle joined by 14 time Grammy Award winner Ron Block, Scottish Folk Band of the Year Talisk, guitar virtuoso Shane Hennessy, Johnny Cash’s eldest grandson Thomas Gabriel, Emerging artist of the year at the Live Ireland Awards Aoife Scott, Jessica Willis Fisher, Irish banjo sensation Gerry O’Connor and surprise special guests.

Music City Irish Fest is a proud supporter of MusiCares® helping musicians with critical assistance in times of need.

MusiCares® name, mark, and logo are used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company or individual.