Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish music legend, Séamus Egan and the Séamus Egan Project for the first-ever live performance of The Brothers McMullen soundtrack! Directed by Edward Burns and soundtrack by Séamus Egan, The Brothers McMullen won the 1995 Sundance Film Festival, quickly becoming a cult classic. Egan’s original soundtrack is a celebration of the Irish American experience in the mid-nineties and has never been performed live... until now!
Joining Séamus for this special St. Patrick’s Day concert will be Jenna Moynihan on fiddle, Kyle Sanna on guitar, and Owen Marshall on bouzouki and harmonium. Filmed live at Ghost Hit Recording in West Springfield, MA.
How It Works: Choose between tickets for Show 1 or Show 2. The two streamed concerts will be identical, the only difference is the start time! Once the livestream has ended, the concert will be available on demand to all ticket holders at the same link through Sunday, March 21.
Can’t watch at one of these set times on St. Patrick’s Day? Grab a ticket for either show and just watch on demand between 9pm EST March 17th - 11pm EST March 21!
Included in your ticket is a Zoom meet-and-greet with Séamus Egan after your show on March 17th! The Zoom link for the meet-and-greet will be on your ticket receipt, below the livestream information.
Show 1 @ 3pm EST = Meet-and-greet @ 4pm EST
Show 2 @ 8pm EST = Meet-and-greet @ 9pm EST