May 2018 Ceolta Notes
By Rodger Hara
Celtic Woman is visiting the west on their national Homecoming Tour. On the 23rd, they’ll perform at the Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs at 7 PM, in the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland at 7 PM on the 24th and at the Cheyenne Civic Center at 7:30 PM on the 25th. Ticket information at https://www.celticwoman.com/tour-dates/ .
Wild Mountain has a busy May starting with a performance on the 12th at Kline’s Beer Hall in Arvada from 8-11 PM, at Jack Quinn’s Ale House in Colorado Springs on the 25th from 8:30 PM – 12:30 AM, in Clancy’s Irish Pub, Wheat Ridge on the 26th from 7:30-10:30, at the Silver Spur Saloon in Lakewood from 8-12 PM on the 27th and on the Territory Days Festival stage in Colorado Springs from 10:30 AM – Noon.
CaraTrom can be seen and heard at the Arvada Tavern on the 18th 8-11 PM and at Blue Spruce Brewing in Littleton (Kipling and C-470) on the 31st from 6-8 PM.
The peripatetic Brian Clancy is live on stage at the Jack Quinn Irish Alehouse and Pub in downtown Colorado Springs on the 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st at 7:30 PM.
Avourneen hits the road of the 4th and 5th to play in the Dubliner Pub in Omaha at 9:30 PM on the 4th and 5th, at Avogadro’s Number in Ft. Collins on the 18th at 9 PM and in the Jack Quinn Irish Alehouse and Pub on the 26th at 9 PM. Lead singer and guitarist Adam Goldstein performs at the Clocktower Cabaret at 11 PM on the 12th and 19th.
The Grateful Dogs appear at the Alchemy Pub in Colorado Springs on the 11th at 8:30 PM, perform on the 13th in the Gold Hill Theatre in Woodland Park at 2:30 PM for the final concert of the Woodland Music Series and play in the Paradox Beer Co. in Divide on the 19th at 4 PM.
The Commoners are busy in the studio working on the recording their next release, an album of all original music.
The Pine Creek Tippers present their monthly gig at The Margarita in Colorado Springs on the 18th from 6:30-9:00 PM – maybe on the patio, weather permitting.
The annual Rocky Bards Celtic Benefit Concerts for Wounded Warrior Project in Ft. Collins and Loveland raised over $9,000 with attendance of nearly 450 people. The organizers extend their deepest appreciation to all who turned out to support their worthy cause and invite you to come back next year.