House of Blues to Host 12th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party

Concert Announcement


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  • Courtesy of Boys from the County Hell
For the past decade, House of Blues has put together a day of music to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, which takes place on March 17. The venue has just announced the lineup for its 12th Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Acts will perform in both the Music Hall and the Cambridge Room, and admission is free. The festivities begin at 8 a.m. and acts scheduled to perform the Prodigals, Boys From the County Hell, Fool House, DJ Sparky B and DJ Gene.

Fool House, an ’80s and ’90s party band from Chicago will kick off the party in the Music Hall at 9 p.m. while locals Boys From the County Hell (pictured) will perform on the Cambridge Room stage. DJ Sparky B will follow in the Music Hall with Mary’s Lane taking over the Cambridge stage at 12:30 p.m. The Prodigals, a “jig punk” Irish band from New York, finish the day off at 3 p.m.with DJ Gene in the Cambridge Room. Formed in 1997, the Prodigals merge traditional Irish melodic roots with rock rhythms.

This event is ages 21 and up, however, if children are accompanied by their guardians, they will be admitted. Crossroads at House of Blues restaurant will open at 10 a.m. with Irish food specials all day long. 

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