Sean Daly & the Shams + Vince Keehan & the Toast Inspectors

We had a wonderful night celebrating St Patrick’s Day at the Haight Street Art Center with Sean Daly and the Shams and our openers Vince keehan and the Toast Inspectors.

There was laughs, tears and just a few drinks as we enjoyed some craic agus ceol from the old country. Shaun O’Sullivan, from our sponsor 21st Amendment Brewery, was also on hand to regale all with tales of his angling prowess on Lough Mask in Mayo and we had our annual lesson on why it’s St Paddy’s Day and NOT St Patty’s Day.

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Sean Daly & the Shams + Vince Keehan & the Toast Inspectors

FREE: The Shams St Paddy’s Day Special Haight Street Art Center Friday March 15th 6pm

Enjoy an evening of craic agus ceol as Sean Daly brings his kick-ass band from Galway, Ireland to start your Paddy’s Day weekend off on the right note. Details HERE

Please leave a note below if you plan on attending and tell us if you’re bringing a guest!

Festive drink specials courtesy of sponsors 21st Amendment Brewery and brewer/co-founder Shaun O’Sullivan will be the guest of honor.

The Shams first began in 2011 in San Francisco, lead by energetic and charismatic front man Sean Daly. 

The Shams have sold out the legendary Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and shared stages with Irish performers such as the brilliant singer-songwriter Damien Dempsey, Mundy, The Young Dubliners, and English punk legends, The Vibrators.

The Shams provide listeners with a new, hard-hitting perspective on the evolution of Irish music, unlike any you’ve heard before. With each fiery live performance, the group leaves listeners begging for more