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Murphy NC - St. Patrick's Day at Parson's Pub - Celtic Keg Stand

Celtic Keg Stand

St. Patrick's Day at The Parson's Pub withCeltic Keg Stands

Come celbrate both St. Patrick's Dayand Parson's Pub's 4th Anniversary.

All Day Surprices

You will always find "Authentic Irish Food" at Parson's Pub...

Celtic Keg Stand is a unique sub-genre of Celtic Music, creating their own style called "Pub-Crawler". They take traditional Irish and Scottish songs along with originals and amp them up to a new level.

With the tempo only compared to metal, the vocals of a 70's rocker and a stage show that has long been missed by those eager to be entertained, CKS has promised to bring fun and wild music to the masses!

Based out of Murphy, NC in the heart of Appalachia, where else could a band get the influence but from the descendents of Scot/Irish immigrants.

Celtic Keg Stand is taking over by storm.

March 23, 2018

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Parson's Pub
19 Tennessee Street
Murphy, NC 28906
USA

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Phone:828-837-4151
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