Seven-piece Irish American punk band Flogging Molly will play a St. Patrick's Day live stream concert from Whelan's Irish Pub beginning at 12:00 PM PST.
Although there will be no crowd surfing or mosh pit at this year's St. Patrick's Day concert, the show is sure to be epic, with tickets starting at $15 per household, with unlimited streams for five full days (March 17-21).
Some proceeds from ticket sales will go towards nonprofit organization Sweet Relief's COVID-19 Crew Fund, which supports musicians and road crew members out of work due to the global pandemic.
See the news release below, and don't miss out on this unforgettable virtual concert:
Early bird tickets for the livestream are available now via FloggingMollyLive.com and will run through Friday, March 12 at midnight EST. Various exclusive streaming bundles include a t-shirt, limited edition poster, Lucky Bag, virtual meet & greet with the band, and access to a stripped-down acoustic set of fan favorites and Irish traditional songs. The show begins at 12 pm PT, 3 pm ET, and 7 pm Ireland/GMT time, and from there, purchasers will have full access to stream the entire show whenever they like through midnight ET on Sunday, March 21.
Tickets will start at $15 per household, with unlimited streams available across 5 days (March 17-21). The live airing, pre-show and after-show acoustic performance will be directed by Dublin-based director Richie Smyth (Irish director of multiple U2 videos, feature films, Guinness commercial spots and more), and Flogging Molly have partnered with global event promoter Danny Wimmer Presents for the production. A portion of the band’s proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to a favorite charity of theirs, Sweet Relief’s COVID-19 Crew Fund, which supports road crew members grounded and out of work during the global pandemic.