Of course we’re getting our Irish on before the big event in our big sister city. It’s the First Annual Irish Jamboree and we’ve got Irish music aplenty, so grab a pint from the concession stand and settle in for some rowdy Irish craic.
Tybee’s own In For A Penny Irish folk punk band starts things off, with Sean McNally on mandolin and vocals. The three-piece band made its debut during Savannah’s St Paddy’s Day 2015 with nearly a dozen shows in less than week, and now are a staple on the Savannah and Tybee pub circuit with their own fresh spin on a genre shared by the likes of The Dropkick Murphy’s, Flogging Molly and the Rumjacks?
We’ve also Seldom Sober, one of Savannah's most experienced Irish bands. Seldom Sober was formed in 2007 and stars Colleen Settle, who hails from the New York area, on fiddle and vocals and Michael Corbett, a New England native, on guitar and lead vocals.
Friday, March 11, 8 pm. Tickets $15 general admission; $13.50 Theater members.