Join us for great entertainment with Jimmy McArdle and Jerry Murphy on Saturday, April 20 from 6–9 pm. If you would like dinner reservations, please call 413-342-4358. All are welcome to come and enjoy the music.

Jimmy McArdle, an original member of the Irish folk band The Bards, has performed with many well-known acts such as The Clancy Brothers and The Wolfe Tones. Jimmy continues to perform in Western MA, Cape Cod, and throughout the Boston area. He often teams up with the area’s finest musicians, including Holyoke’s accomplished accordion player Jerry Murphy. Thanks to our Business Sponsors.

Jimmy McArdle and Jerry Murphy

The Belfast Cowboys play live Irish music at the ICC on Saturday, April 6 from 6–9 pm. If you would like dinner reservations, please call 413-342-4358. All are welcome to come and enjoy the music.

The Belfast Cowboys have been performing throughout the state of Massachusetts since the late 1980’s. The band’s founding member, Jerry Robinson has been fortunate to surround himself with great musicians over the years. The band now consists of lead singer Jerry, Peter Larson on fiddle, harmonica and mandolin, and Tom Brady on bass.

Jerry Robinson is also the Massachusetts Area Coordinator for Project Children. Project Children is an American-Irish partnership/charity that seeks to diminish the tension among Catholic and Protestant young adults by providing summer internships in the United States. From the band’s inception, Robinson has donated the net proceeds from performance engagements, CD sales and apparel sales etc. solely to Project Children. Since 2017, Jerry has been splitting the proceeds between Project Children and diabetes research (JDRF).

Thanks to our Business Sponsors.

The Belfast Cowboys

Join us on St. Patrick’s Eve for great entertainment with Below the Gaff on Saturday, March 16 16 from 3–6 pm. If you would like dinner reservations, please call 413-342-4358. All are welcome to come and enjoy the music.

An appreciation of Celtic tunes and a love of all things pirate caused mandolin player and percussionist, Whitt Smith, to found Below the Gaff. With a wide range of musical backgrounds and instrumentation, the group found quick success in performing at festivals and playing all over New England to New York. After releasing their first full-length album of original tunes, “Songs of Warship,” Below the Gaff continues to entertain with musical skill and good humor. With influences such as the Young Dubliners, Great Big Sea, Dropkick Murphys, The Pogues, and The Chieftains mixed with some classic pirate jokes, Below the Gaff is sure to amuse audiences of all ages. Thanks to our Business Sponsors.

Below the Gaff

Please note: This event is now sold out. Tickets will not be available at the door.

The Irish Cultural Center invites you to an evening with the YankCelt Band on Friday, March 15. Don’t miss out on celebrating the St. Patrick’s season with this local “Irish-American Supergroup.” The show takes place at the ICC’s Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub. The YankCelt Band plays at 5:30 pm; doors open at 4 pm.

Tickets are $30 for current ICC Patrons, and $35 for the general public in our main restaurant room. Tickets for the rear Celtic Room are $25 for ICC Patrons, and $30 for the general public. The room has an obstructed view of the show when seated; guests may stand in the main room during the show.

A special limited dinner menu and full bar is available for purchase (not included in ticket price). Guests are encouraged to arrive early if ordering food.

This is a seated show. Seating location is first come, first served. Seating includes tables with regular height chairs and taller bistro-style. Please let us know if special seating accommodations are required.

We are excited to welcome the YankCelt Band back to the ICC! The YankCelt Band is Robert Emmet “Bo” Fitzgerald on vocals and bodhran, Craig Eastman on fiddle and mandolin, Michael “Mixie” Clarke on vocals, button box and pennywhistle, Jeff Sullivan on guitar and button box, Billy Klock on drums, and Guy DeVito on bass guitar. This show will sell out quickly – get your tickets now!

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All sales are final. Refunds are given ONLY in the event of cancellation by performers.

YankCelt Band

Join us on St. Patrick’s Eve for great entertainment with Jimmy McArdle and Jerry Murphy on Saturday, March 16 16 from 8–10 pm. If you would like dinner reservations, please call 413-342-4358. All are welcome to come and enjoy the music.

Jimmy McArdle, an original member of the Irish folk band The Bards, has performed with many well-known acts such as The Clancy Brothers and The Wolfe Tones. Jimmy continues to perform in Western MA, Cape Cod, and throughout the Boston area. He often teams up with the area’s finest musicians, including Holyoke’s accomplished accordion player Jerry Murphy. Thanks to our Business Sponsors.

Jimmy McArdle and Jerry Murphy

Last Night’s Fun plays live Irish music at the ICC on Saturday, March 9 from 6–9 pm. If you would like dinner reservations, please call 413-342-4358. All are welcome to come and enjoy the music. Last Night’s Fun features Seán Burke on mandolin, Irish bouzouki and vocals, David Clopp on Irish bouzouki, guitar and vocals and Ellen Redman, Irish flute, whistles and concertina. As members of bands such as Banish Misfortune, BlackSheep and Spancil Hill, they bring decades worth of songs and tunes to audiences throughout western New England. Thanks to our Business Sponsors.

Last Night's Fun