Dropkick Murphys to Split Venues for Traditional St. Paddy’s Day Concerts


Dropkick Murphys will do their traditional St. Patrick’s Day concerts at two different places.

The popular Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys from Boston announced that they will play their St. Patrick’s Day shows at both the House of Blues and the Paradise Rock Club. Fans who missed last year’s St. Patrick’s Day concerts because of the pandemic will be happy to see them back this year. Here is everything you need to know about the Dropkick Murphys’ St. Patrick’s Day concerts every year.

St. Patrick’s Day concerts are back.

Dropkick Murphys’ St. Patrick’s Day concerts have been going on for more than 20 years. The concerts are known for the high energy that spreads from person to person and the lively performances. But because of the pandemic, last year’s concerts had to be cancelled, which made fans sad. The band said they would make it up to their fans by playing two concerts on March 17, which is St. Patrick’s Day.

The Locations:

This year’s concerts will be held at two well-known Boston venues: the House of Blues and the Paradise Rock Club. The House of Blues is a big place that can hold up to 2,500 people. The Paradise Rock Club, on the other hand, is a smaller venue that can hold up to 900 people. If the concerts are held in two different places, more fans will be able to go, but the rules for social distance will still be followed.

The safety rules:

There will be a number of safety rules in place at the venues to make sure that people who go to the concerts are safe. Everyone who comes must always wear a mask, and there will be no room to stand. People will instead sit at far apart tables so they don’t get too close. Also, state rules say that the venues can only hold a certain number of people.

What They Did:

The Dropkick Murphys are known for giving concerts with a lot of energy, and it’s likely that this year’s shows will be the same. The band will play a mix of their old hits and new songs from their upcoming album, Turn Up That Dial, which comes out on April 30. Special guests will also perform, but the band hasn’t said who those guests will be yet.

The live airing:

For fans who want’s to watch online it’s a good news for them that , the Dropkick Murphys will livestream both shows for free on their website, as well as on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch. Livestreams will let fans from all over the world watch the concerts for free from their own homes.

Not the Least:

The Dropkick Murphys’ St. Patrick’s Day concerts are a Boston tradition that have been sorely missed this past year. The band can bring back this beloved tradition in a way that is safe and follows social distance rules by splitting the concerts between two locations and putting in place safety rules. The Dropkick Murphys’ St. Patrick’s Day concerts will be a highlight of this year’s celebrations, whether you go to one in person or watch it on TV at home.

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