St Patrick’s Day – 17th March

All Folk’d Up, Rovin’ Out, The Father Teds, Lampa, Heed and more tbc!

The Sunday before St Patrick’s Day – traditionally Birmingham’s day to kickstart those Irish celebrations in advance, and what a line-up we’ve got so far!
The “All Dayer” – from 12pm, Sunday 12th March

Tickets start at £10 for our biggest line-up yet!

All Folk’d Up: All Folk’d Up offer fans an eclectic mix of classic sounds from Irish Folk and Rock music traditions, while still sprinkling their own unique, modern twist. Fans have become accustomed to hearing bouncing melodies, enticing lyrical stories, vintage Folk-Rock sounds with jaw-dropping banjo progressions. After a huge Norotns Debut in 2022, we’re delighted to have All Folk’d Up back as part of our biggest ever St Patrick’s Day line-up!

Rovin’ Out: “Irish folk, rough and ready” Based in Belfast and a distinctive sound, the kind forged growing up together. A 5 piece variation with some of the lads from The Rapparees (Fairytale of the Pogues) and some new faces. Just as “irresistibly rough-arsed” (Hot Press magazine) as the Rapparees!

DJ Kieran Corcoran: Our go-to man for those Irish party anthems, a bit of cheese and a little disco.

The Father Teds: The Father Teds are a five-piece contemporary Irish band much admired for their world-class musicianship and their ability to put on a great show with their up tempo arrangements of traditional and more modern songs!

Lampa: A young Birmingham Irish band, keeping it within the Irish Tradition, incorporating a mix of genres to deliver a dynamic and energetic performance!

Heed: Nortons regulars, two sisters from Birmingham that form the duo Heed. Playing a variety of genres from Irish trad, to contemporary covers and pub classics!