Avourneen to Ring in St. Paddy’s with Mad March Performance Schedule

The celebration of St. Patrick’s Day will span much longer than a single day for the members of Avourneen.

The band is booked for a slew of performances throughout the month of March, and their schedule features a mix of high-profile public concerts, rowdy pub gigs and stage shows with comedians, burlesque performers and more.

The band will kick off the month with an appearance at the “Off the Clock: Kilts and Clovers” event at the Denver Botanic Gardens at 6 p.m. on March 3. That performance will be the first event in a busy schedule for the rest of the month before and after Saint Patrick’s Day on March 17. For Parade Day weekend starting on March 10, Avourneen will hop across the metro area, appearing at the Abbey Tavern in Denver, Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in Colorado Springs and Inga’s Alpine Tavern in Denver.

The band will kick off a busy schedule for St. Patrick’s Day proper, starting at Ned Kelly’s pub in Littleton at 10 a.m. and traveling to the Sheabeen in Aurora and the Exchange Tavern in Westminster. They’ll cap off a busy day with two performances at the historic Clocktower Cabaret in downtown Denver, where Avourneen will serve as the house band for “Shamrocking Shimmy: Irish Burlesque,” a variety show featuring some of the best burlesque dancers, comedians and performance artists in the Rocky Mountain region.

For those looking to keep the celebration going, Avourneen will wrap up the weekend with additional appearances at Ned Kelly’s and the Exchange.

No matter your specific schedule in March, it’s more than likely you’ll have some free time to catch some tunes, swap some stories and raise a pint with the members of Avourneen to celebrate the happiest time of the year.