Celtic punks FLOGGING MOLLY have announced a special livestreamed gig for St Patrick's Day.
Obviously, thanks to Covid lockdown, the band are unable to celebrate in the usual way but this year, with help from Bushmills Irish Whiskey, they'll be streaming the event live from Whelan's pub in Dublin on 17 March. Amazingly, this is the band's first St Patrick's day show on Irish soil.
Kicking off at 7pm GMT, tickets for the event are available in various bundles here. A portion of the money raised will go to the Sweet Relief Crew Fund, benefitting road crew out of work thanks to lockdown.
Formed by ex-Fastway vocalist Dave King, the band started out as house band at Molly Malone's Irish pub in LA, going on to dominate the Celtic punk scene with more than two decades of relentless touring. The band has recently begun work on their seventh album, the follow up to 2017's Life Is Good.
Watch a trailer....