Each will perform 2 sets each day along with the Saturday Night Ceilidh.
Come and enjoy the music related to Scotland and our Celtic roots.
Entertainment Schedule Coming Soon!
As seen on “The Craig Ferguson Show”, the Wicked Tinkers join us every year and are super. They love to entertain and to have our guests get up and dance or sing along.
They play the Tribal Celtic style and been playing haunting, heart-pounding bagpipes and irresistible tribal drums as a professional touring band since 1995. Several years back they added the mesmerizing drone of the Australian didgeridoo and Bronze Age Irish horn. You can’t miss them.
Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, has been entertaining audiences all over the United States for almost four decades.
An accomplished guitarist with a ready wit and a vast store of songs, he travels the country performing for thousands of people each year.
Kennedy’s ability to combine a total command of the music with humor makes him unique in the industry. His strong interactive entertainment skills and his participation with his audiences have helped him create an exceptionally loyal fan base everywhere he goes.
Bobby & The Kennedys
Bobby and the Kennedys were formed in 2013 by mainstays of Sacramento’s Irish music scene, Bob Waller and Linda Easton. From 2009 to 2012, Bob and Linda played hundreds of Irish shows with their band, Stout Rebellion–including shows at Thunder Valley Casino, the Sonora Celtic Faire, the Delta King Roverboat Hotel, and Harlow’s Night Club. They retired Stout Rebellion in 2012 but quickly learned they could not give up Irish music. So they recruited some old friends as well as some new friends to form Bobby and the Kennedys.
Bobby and the Kennedys were born out of a pure, raw, unstoppable love for Irish music! And that passion shines through in every fast-paced, foot-stompin’ performance!
Whisky & Stitiches
The musicians in Whiskey and Stitches bash out the type of rock ‘n’ roll that’s at once clearly defined by its influences, yet also completely divorced from any rules. With an Irish-American pub sound that owes as much to Bill Monroe and the Ramones as it does the Pogues, Whiskey and Stitches’ music is angry and jubilant… come prepared to stomp around and maybe shed a tear, too.