Benefit show for the Irish Cultural Center’s library and museum.
The ICC is excited to welcome back the Celtic roots group Searson, known for their own original music from Canada’s Ottawa Valley, mixed with Celtic, East Coast, and Scottish. Searson is acclaimed for “Giving Canada’s old time sounds a renewal into modern roots…seamlessly blending spirited fiddling, energetic dancing and gorgeous harmonies.”
Proceeds from the show will benefit the ongoing renovation of the Irish Cultural Center’s library and museum.
Searson will perform on Sunday, April 30 at 4:00 pm at the Holyoke Elks Lodge, 250 Whitney Ave, Holyoke, MA. Doors open at 3:00 pm. Cash bar is available.
Tickets are general admission, table seating. Cost is $20 for ICC Patrons, $23 for general public, $28 at the door. Tickets are available online or by calling the Irish Cultural Center at 413-333-4951. Don’t miss the chance to see Searson in a rare New England show!
Receive a 10% off coupon for the ICC’s new Irish House Restaurant with each ticket purchased.
The sisters perform on a variety of instruments, including Colleen Searson on fiddle and vocals, and Erin Searson on piano, tenor guitar and vocals. Joining the group are Danno O’Shea on drums and percussion, and Fraser Gauthier on bass and acoustic guitar.
In the past 10 years, Searson has performed throughout the world. They are currently is touring in support of their eighth studio album, Stars Above the Farm. “The most satisfying part of performing live is seeing our fans singing along to songs that we’ve written and requesting fiddle tunes that we wrote.” Erin says, “There’s nothing better than seeing the audience emotionally involved in your live show.” Learn more about these dynamic performers and listen to tracks from Stars Above the Farm.
All sales are final. Refunds are given ONLY in the event of cancellation by performers.