"Just Because It's In A Church Doesn't Mean You Can't Dance!": Colm O'Riain

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Colm O'Riain has just the thing for you this weekend -- "Celebrate Irishness and all that goes with it." He's got a party going Saturday night at Cyprian's and dancing might be mandatory or at least encouraged. Not only can you dance in church, you can drink wine and beer and feast on snacks.

All the while Colm and his band will offer up a "fireworks display of virtuosity" with their "characteristic intelligence and pizzazz." (Irish Herald) Colm on his fiddle, and his band on guitar, bass and percussion take on Gypsy, Tango, Jazz, Blues and Irish Music for a full evening starting at 8pm. And, says Colm, "Bring a friend or two -- your best ones." Colm is doing the same: his friend is a special guest, an official Bulgarian National Treasure.

Cyprian's is located at the corner of Turk and Lyon and easily accessible for however you travel: an easy walking distance for neighbors, a good spin for cyclists across town, a Muni stop just across the street, and free car parking in a lot two blocks away. (Bike parking available at Cyprian's)

Colm O'Riain & Band will perform as part of the SF Live Arts series (formerly the Noe Valley Music Series).

Saturday, March 19th, 8:00pm

SF Live Arts presents at Cyprian's
Colm Ó Riain & Band
2097 Turk Street at Lyon

$20/door, $18/adv, $16 for folks 65+, kids, and students with ID at the door

Tickets available:

Swankety Swank, 289 Divisadero; Phoenix Books & Records, 3957 24th Street