They have wowed audiences around the world – now Shamrock Tenors are heading to Birmingham for an unmissable St Patrick’s Day celebration.
Northern Ireland’s premier folk and vocal group play a headline show at Birmingham Symphony Hall on Thursday March 17.
Birmingham, put on your dancing shoes, grab yourself a drink and get ready!
Shamrock Tenors will treat the audience at Birmingham Symphony Hall to a stunning and eclectic mix of songs including classics Will Ye Go Lassie Go, Whiskey in the Jar and Wild Rover, to more modern hits by artists such as Van Morrison and U2.
Under 25's require ID to purchase alcohol. Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.
Hailing from Ulster, this cross-community group features some of the country’s most exciting new musical talent who have not only featured in West End shows but won Irish dance championships across the world.
Formed in 2018, the group – whose line-up is Lisburn-born brothers Jack and Raymond Walsh and good friends Jamie Johnston, Matt Good and new recruit Matthew Campbell – have performed to audiences across four continents and won rave reviews wherever they play.
Their debut single, a cover of the iconic song Grace, went to Number 1 on the iTunes World Music Charts in June 2020 and their videos have amassed more than one million online views in the last year alone.