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Every Where I Turn...Celtic Bands

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  January 11, 2008 11:53 AM

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I know my Sox did not make the Dropkick Murphys who they are, but did Pap's dance have something to do with a Celtic deluge?! [Side note...our beloved Dropkick Murphys will be appearing live, performing "The State Of Massachusetts," on the "Late Show with David Letterman" TONIGHT, Friday Jan. 11. But that's not what I'm covering here. End Sidenote]

Anyway, what I mean to be covering is Boston's Celtic Music Fest this Friday and Saturday Jan. 11 and 12. Live music is spread out around Cambridge and Medford, begins tonight and runs all day long tomorrow. Tonight's shows are separate admissions and DayFest admission for morning and afternoon only is $15 [translation... $15 for over 20 choices in performances]; or a combination ticket for $25 which includes everything at Dayfest plus the Finale Concert at the First Parish Church beginning at 8 p.m. Buy tickets here.

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