Flogging Molly at the House of Blues

The Celtic punk rock group brought their Green 17 Tour to Dallas for House of Blues' 20th Anniversary

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Flogging Molly is Irish. Like really, really Irish. They’re so Irish in fact, that they’re 9th annual Green 17 tour is basically just a month-long Saint Patrick’s Day celebration. But for the fans who have followed this eclectic mix of punk rock and traditional Celtic music, they don’t just want Flogging Molly to come for Saint Patrick’s Day; they need them to come.

An opportunity to see Flogging Molly live is an experience. Their look and sound may be perfect for someone looking to have fun and drink heavily on Saint Patty’s big day, but what has kept the Green 17 tour a staple for nine years is Flogging Molly’s explosive and passionate live shows.

As part of House of Blues’ 20th Anniversary, Flogging Molly brought their Green 17 tour to Dallas on February 16, 2013 along with Skinny Lister and Dave Hause. The historic venue was transformed into a Celtic punk rock experience, complete with crowd surfing, Guinness, and some serious kilt action. 

For more on the 20th Anniversary of House of Blues, check out our video and our story in the Arts & Entertainment section. 

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