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Irish Set Dancing
Upcoming Set Dance Sessions
Come dance with us! Regular dance
sessions are held the 1st and 3rd Sundays (except July), please visit
the IMT website (Calendar
of Events) to confirm a particular date. We'll teach or review a
dance or two, then dance them - beginners are welcome, dance partner not
required. Come dance with us!
Regular Music, Radio & Dance
Every Sunday 12-2pm: Seamróg
Performing at Durty Kelly's Irish Pub Alpharetta.
Thistle & Shamrock
Updates are appreciated as info is only as good as last update received
|"...a gathering of Irish traditional musicians for the purpose of celebrating their common interest in the music by playing it together in a relaxed, informal setting, while in the process generally beefing up the mystical cultural mantra that hums along uninterruptedly beneath all manifestations of Irishness worldwide." --Barry Foy|
A Beginning/ Intermediate Session is held at The Harp Irish Pub, 1st and 3rd Sundays from 5-7PM; family friendly. Bring your instrument and your tunes! This new session is not a teaching session and not associated with any formal organization. Just a venue for working your tunes up to speed and a place to swap new tunes and musical ideas. An advanced session is conducted every Monday at 8:30PM at Fado. For more info, contact Gary White. The Harp also provides Live Music every Friday & Saturday, 9PM, although many sessions are not Celtic.
the Olde Blind Dog features a Session on Wednesday nights, beginning about 8:00PM, with flutes, fiddles, pipes, guitar or banjo and bodhran on Crabapple Road in Milton, GA
Patrons at the Grange Pub in downtown Decatur got a pleasant surprise on Tuesday, May 12th, when they looked up from sipping their beers to hear the great sounds of live Irish tunes. The music was being provided by a new Irish music session to be held at the Grange every Tuesday night, led by noted local fiddler and singer Moira Nelligan. Moira has assembled a group of ten or so top musicians to play at this session for advanced players. With such talent on display, you know that the music will be of the best quality: sprightly, lively, energetic and enjoyable. The Grange Pub has a great atmosphere, good food, and a large selection of unusual beers, plus a welcoming Irish ownership. Try to make it by and give a listen.
Celtic Session at Manuel's Tavern, Second Sunday each month. The session normally start around 3:30 to 4PM.
Regular Irish music session is offered on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 7 - 10pm at CoolBeans in Homewood right next to New York Pizza and Broadway BBQ. CoolBeans Coffee House - is a non-smoking, family friendly environment. Musicians and fans welcome. For more details contact, Marty Bostick.
Irish Music Session hosted by members of Mithril in the Fairhope area on Sundays, 6 to 8pm at Café Amore, 103B N. Bancroft Street, Fairhope. For more information: 251-928-0987 or 251-928-2719 or email@example.com.
Irish musicians and dancers meet for session in the Auburn area on the second Tuesday of each month. Welcoming to friends, fans of the culture and Irish dancers, this session apparently attracts folks from hours away - that's got to be good! This groups has met in the past at the Auburn Alehouse and the Blue Bagel. The current location is pending. For details and directions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org