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St. Patricks Day with The Skallions, with Special guest: The Twisted Sisters and BSC Sound System

Published on: January 28, 2019

When:
March 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
2019-03-17T18:00:00+00:00
2019-03-17T18:15:00+00:00
Where:
The Black Box
Cost:
£10+ Booking Fee

St. Patricks Day with The Skallions, with Special guest: The Twisted Sisters and BSC Sound System

Back for another night of revelry, The Skallions will be teaming up once again with The Black Box to bring you a heavy dose of music, dancing, craic, banter and antics this St. Patricks Day. With plenty of experience in the party department, these Ska-hallions set a high standard with their all-out non-stop dancing style and raucous atmosphere. Joining The Skallions are legends in their own right: The Twisted Sisters. Usually found in a field during the summer months surrounded by hundreds of people lovingly singing along to songs about spuds, cups of tea and big knickers. These Armagh folk head cases come on strong and will have any crowd young or old, dancing the night away. Always with a trick up their sleeve, The Twisted sisters are bound to be your cup of tea! To complete the line up we’ve enlisted the help of BSC Sound System, a collective of musicians brought together by the love of sweet Reggae music. Spinning tunes all night the BSC Sound System is sure to provide a night of classic Reggae vibes.

The Empire Music Hall Belfast: “Belfast’s finest ska reggae fusion outfit, ‘THE SKALLIONS’ (think Ska-Hallions rather than

spring onions). Covers, classics and new material all combine into a heady stew

of good times and dancing feet from the energetic dancing machine.”

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

“The most talked about band in recent months”

Sunflowerfest 2018

“Belfast Ska outfit The Skallions are putting on some of the most energetic live gigs in

Belfast right now.”

Gigging NI (Sunflowerfest 2018)

“The Skallions kicked off proceedings on the re-opened main stage and treated us to

some up-beat and infectious Ska. These guys sounded huge and their sense of fun

and sense of humour were not lost on a receptive crowd. Suddenly, from an empty

field the day before, the main stage was fronted by hundreds of people, all

having a ball.”

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