The Wild Murphys: St. Patrick's Day Show > Online : On Demand

The Wild Murphys: St. Patrick's Day Show > Online : On Demand


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Please note: Info provided by the Event Organiser

PLEASE NOTE: This concert will be released at 8am on the 17th March 2021 and will be available to view anytime after the release, you do not have to be there to see it at 8am on St. Patricks day. Your 7 day unlimited access only starts from the time you first view the show.

This year for St. Patrick's day, the Wild Murphys are reuniting for this very special one off concert, it's been nearly a year since they played together publicly and it promises to be a great show celebrating not just St. Patricks day but also another very special occasion for one long standing member of the band. So why not grab a ticket, a few drinks and enjoy a glorious St. Patrick's day celebration from the comfort and safety of your own home.

The show will be released at 8am (GMT) on the 17th. After first viewing you can then watch as many times as you like for 7 days. The viewing link and passcode will be emailed to you.

This show will play on any device that can play video from the internet (Smartphone, Tablet, Smart TV, Desktop computer, PC or Mac, etc.) Make sure you have a good internet connection.

Please note: All live stream events are subject to change. Not all events listed are live performances by the artist - they also include archived concerts, DJ sets, masterclasses, Q&As and more.


The Wild Murphys

The Wild Murphys appearing at this event

The Wild Murphys are an award winning eight piece, all live, Irish tribute band from the UK. Since 2018 they have been the band in the hit touring theatre production One night in Dublin. This St. Patricks day they will be performing a very special performance featuring the biggest songs from the show along with some personal favourites and some brand new material never played before in front of a live audience. Expect lively and unique covers of great Irish songs like Galway Girl, The Irish Rover, I'll tell me ma', Dirty auld town and Wild Rover by the likes of the Pogues, the Fureys, the Saw Doctors, the Dubliners, Flogging Molly and many more. Over the last 15 years Middi and his group of raggle taggle misfits have unquestionably become one of the most popular Irish music tribute groups in the UK. The band started as a duo in 2005 with one simple goal in mind, to play Irish music that was impossible to not like. From humble beginnings playing in small pubs and clubs they quickly moved on to playing private events like garden parties and weddings. In 2010 they started playing corporate events and were soon picked up to headline Irish theme days on racecourses, they have to date played all but 6 of the racecourses in England, Scotland and Wales and have played multiple times on some of the most famous racecourses. Despite none of the members of the group being from Ireland, The Wild Murphys have played at some of the biggest and most prestigious events not just in the UK but all over the world and have been accepted as a true Irish tribute act purely through their clear love and passion for performing that type of music, they have performed in Benidorm, Greece, Dubai, Germany and in 2010 they competed in the international Irish band competition in Las Vegas coming 3rd out of 38 acts. In 2018 The Wild Murphys began an international theatre tour of the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Holland with the One night in Dublin show. Unfortunately due to the coronavirus the tour shut down in March 2020 just 55 shows into the 279 gig tour. The UK leg of the tour will hopefully resume in the summer of 2021 with the international part now having to be pushed back until 2022.

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