5-6 O'Malley's Pub, Weston MO.
The coolest pub in the Midwest is in the cellars below the America Bowman Restaurant. Music from 8:00 pm until 12:00 am. Located at 500 Welt Street. Call (816) 640-5235.
2-4 Kansas City Irish Fest, Kansas City MO.
Once again, Tullamore returns to Kansas City's premiere Celtic music event. Featuring the best in regional, national, and international bands, the Festival also delivers with award-winning dancing, Irish dance workshops, Irish heritage exhibits and workshops, a host of children's activities and special performances, and Irish foods and crafts... all in the comfort of Hallmark's Crown Center campus. The band joins an incredible line-up of over 30 of the world's top Irish performers from 5 different countries that includes the Elders, Gaelic Storm, Solas, Keith Harkin, the High Kings, We Banjo 3, Larry Kirwan, Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones, the Young Folk, Runa, Tupelo, Eddie Delahunt and Friends, and at least another dozen international, regional, and local favorites. Check back for details on Tullamore's sets. Located on either side of Grand Boulevard between Pershing Road and 26th Street in Kansas City. For more information, call (816) 997-0837.
10 Southwest Missouri Celtic Heritage Festival and Games, Buffalo MO.
Tullamore makes their way back to Buffalo to perform at the eleventh annual installment of the Fall festival. Presented by the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce and the Dallas County Betterment Association, the Festival features dancing, workshops, art, demos, Border Collie herding, Celtic wares and vendors, Clan tents, a Kids Realm, and three stages. Tullamore headlines a slate of entertainment that includes Fraoch, EZnDIL, Stormy Weather, Derryl Dickerson, Tom Meehan, Celtic Historian Todd Wilkinson, Jon Reneau, Heidi Reneau, the Flower O' Scotland Dance Troupe, and the Central High Kilties. Tullamore performs at 11:00 and 3:00 in the main pavillion. The Festival is held at the Dallas County Fairgrounds, located at Park Drive and Ramsey. For more information, call (417) 345-2852.
16-18 SCOTFEST, Tulsa OK.
Tullamore takes to the road again as they join the slate of great musicians for the 36th anniversary of Tulsa's annual festival. SCOTFEST is Oklahoma’s premiere Celtic Music Festival & Scottish Highland Games, the flagship celebration of Celtic history, music and heritage that is the biggest and best in the region. The three-day September tradition offers attractions for the entire family - Highland games and dance, pipe bands, Scotch whisky tastings, a dog parade, and vendors galore all in River West Festival Park, located at 2105 S Jackson Avenue. Tullamore will join international and national headliners and regional and local favorites the Mudmen, Seven Nations, the Wicked Tinkers, Flatfoot 56, Cleghorn, Ed Miller, the Flowers of Edinburgh, and Colin Grant-Adams; and comedian Luke Ashlocke, for two days and one evening of great Celtic music, laughs, and other great times. For more information, call (918) 740-7738.
24-25 McPherson Scottish Festival, McPherson KS.
Scottish fare and wares, competitions galore (pipes and drums, Highland dance, heavy athletics), children's crafts and games, and a whole lot more at Lakeside Park. Tullamore joins Smithfield Fair in the Festival's 22nd year of celebrating Scottish heritage. Call (800) 324-8022.
7-9 Weston Irish Festival, Weston MO.
Tullamore returns to Weston's gem of an Irish festival. Now in its fifteenth year running, Corey Weinfurt and Mike Coakley present three stages and fifteen great Irish music acts in O'Malley's Pub, Brewery Cellar, and Courtyard, with an exceptional line-up of national and international headliners and regional favorites. Check back for the line-up and details on Tullamore's sets. Located at 500 Welt Street. For more information, call (816) 640-5235.